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Is it difficult to visit China?
China may be a very different place than most people are used to, but it’s definitely not impossible to travel to, especially with a group. I’d heard from many people that it was a very difficult place to travel, especially with the language barrier while trying to traverse a huge country.
What should I know before visiting China?
11 Useful Things to Know Before Going to China
- Apply for your Chinese visa as early as possible.
- You’ll need a Virtual Private Network to visit many websites.
- When in China, carry cash…
- There’s no need to tip in China.
- Don’t drink Chinese tap water.
- Be cautious when buying hard liquor in China.
Can you use your phone in China?
If you already have a local SIM card installed in your cell phone, then you will be able to connect to China’s 4G mobile network and access internet on the go. The 4G network covers most areas in China. Unless you are visiting a remote area with sparse coverage, the 4G signal is usually strong and stable.
Will my Samsung phone work in China?
The bottom line is – you can use your phone in China, but you need to make sure you’ve done your homework before you do. Determine whether you can/want to use your personal phone or if you’ll need to buy or rent a China phone.
Is China safe to visit alone?
Actually, traveling alone is very doable in China as the country is relatively safe, and its main issues (such as language barriers and scams) are relevant whether or not you are alone. They are also easy to avoid with a little bit of preparation.
Does China use Android or Apple?
The statistic shows the market share of mobile operating systems in China from January 2013 to March 2021. In that month, Android held a share of 76 percent of the mobile operating system market in China. China is one of the largest mobile phone markets in the world.
Can you use American iPhone in China?
As you are on AT, then it is fine,as you are not on CDMA. and since AT is on GSM, then in China, your iPhone is comptible with China cellular frequency-900 and 2100.
Are Chinese phones locked?
Although most Chinese cell phones are not tied to a network, or locked, in some cases a phone may be locked to a particular carrier’s Subscriber Information Module (SIM) card. Chinese language versions of phones from major cell phone manufacturers can be unlocked in the same way as other langage versions of the phones.