Definitive Cell Phone FAQ v0.5 (READ FIRST)

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Re: Definitive Cell Phone FAQ v0.5 (READ FIRST)

Postby catfish13 » 10 Apr 2011, 06:21

freethinker83 wrote:Thanks for this thread. Does anyone have a link to an English site that explains the rates for Iphone specifically? Like price of the phone plus rates per month and deposit needed? Preferably with the biggest and most used Tel-com in Taiwan. Thanks a million!

Here are the iPhone rate plans (in Chinese) with Zhonghua Telecom, as of Apr. 2011:

The rate plans in English are only available as a PDF file here: ... lan_en.pdf
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Re: Definitive Cell Phone FAQ v0.5 (READ FIRST)

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Re: Definitive Cell Phone FAQ v0.5 (READ FIRST)

Postby strider » 03 Sep 2013, 21:08

I once found a thread that gave detailed rates per minute for several prepaid carriers. Now I can't find it. Anybody know where to find this information, here or elsewhere? I currently have Carrefor and want to switch to my girlfriend's network. Will I be able to take my number with me to another carrier if it's a prepaid phone?
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