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You'll want to decide whether you need to make calls, send SMS, or if you're just after it for data. Then take a look at the Prepaid Sim Card Wiki entry for Hong Kong. Depending on what phone you have, you have a few options there, and it'll depend on how much data you plan on using in those five days, of course, as to which one suits you the best, but ...


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I don't have enough rep to upvote Enchanter Thunderbirds answer, nor comment, but I did the calcs and Woolworths Mobile prepaid sims (http://www.woolworthsmobile.com.au) are the best value as at April 2013. You end up with the same talk time as amaysim which is the other cheapo, but you get more data. Way more data. 5GB. I was there for a month and had over ...


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We found that 3 gave the best coverage and price when we were in Hong Kong last month. It's highly recommended you go to one of the numerous "Computer Centers" (eg Wan Chai Computer Center) to buy it. They will be more inclined to set it up for you and if it doesn't work, they will usually refund you. Top-ups are easy to get from a 7-11. Yes, you can get ...


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The question is old yes, but I'd like to add my thoughts to this. I have been in BKK and southern region recently, and AIS (usually green color package) worked best IMO. A friend of mine bought a TrueMove (red color package) and it was OK too, but signals were not quite good as AIS. In the Suvarnabhumi airport, go to the airport rail link. Near the ...



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