Similar to Europe, free WiFi connections are also available in China. In cities and tourist sites, we find free hotspots in hotels, popular restaurants and cafes. Airports and large train stations in China, too, provide free WiFi connection, even if only subscribers to Chinese mobile operators can connect.



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