Under the “wallet” section, there is an option to top up your mobile phone (general add money or buy data only).
For this you will need a bank card linked to your We Chat or some funds in your We Chat account (lucky money! You could also ask a Chinese friend to help you out with this, since any Wechat / Alipay account can be used to top up any phone number (just type it in and pay).
China mobile networks operates much in the same way, however there are a few wrinkles that you should be aware of — so here is a guide to help you figure out which SIM card to get when you come to China. Network: The 2nd largest mobile carrier in China, and is the only carrier that has 3G that will work with phones from outside China.
The largest mobile carrier with about 70% market share. So even if you for some unknown reason find yourself out in rural-nowhere China, you might not be able to find a real toilet, but at least you will still be able to get a SIM card there. Coverage: China Unicom coverage is not as extensive as China Mobile, but is still very good.
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Most Unicom storefronts also have a direct electronic system, just give them some cash and your phone number and they will deposit the credit to your account.
For the more technically savvy, you can use Taobao (or ask a Chinese friend) to add credit to your SIM card. The best option for topping up your SIM card is to use We Chat / Alipay.
You will also probably want to get a VPN for China so you can connect to Facebook, Google, and Youtube.
In most Asian countries that I have travelled to it is usually a breeze to get a pre-paid SIM card.