My SIM Card Stopped Working?! | Study Abroad China-
What I forget to mention in the video:
When getting a sim card in Suzhou as a student you need to bring your passport, phone, and student ID or proof of enrolment (for student discount). At the phone company (in my case China Mobile) they will scan your passport and student ID. They will also take a picture of you holding up your passport. You then get to choose a phone number and a 6-digit password that can be used to sign into their APP.
If you guys have any questions about living or studying in China. Feel free to ask :)
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