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  1. Good day!

    I’m arriving in Taipei at around 2am, and by that time the kiosk are already closed.
    Where can I buy sim card?

  2. Hi there!

    The kiosk won’t be open so the best bet is to head into the city and get a SIM card in the morning.

    Taiwan Mobile and ChungHwa Mobile both have many stores in Taipei. They can help you out with a sim card at the store 🙂

  3. Hi.. i will be living in taiwan for work for 3 years contract. What prepaid sim card i will use for that lenght if stay.
    Any suggestions?
    Thank you.

  4. Hi.. i will be living in taiwan for work for 3 years contract. What prepaid sim card i will use for that lenght of stay.
    Any suggestions?
    Thank you.

  5. I would highly recommend signing a monthly contract if you know for sure that you will stay in Taiwan for an extended period of time. The price works out to be pretty affordable that way!

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  7. Hello! My friends and I are planning a trip to Taiwan in January 2020 but most of us will still be 17 at that time. I’ve heard that you cannot buy a SIM card unless you are 20+ years old. Is there any possible way for us to get good SIM cards while we’re there?

    1. Ah, that is a problem I have not had to deal with before. There won’t be anyone in your group over 20 I assume?

      One possible solution would be to rent a wifi hotspot. I don’t believe those have an age requirement and they would help everyone get online.

    2. Another option if you are coming from the US is to get a TMobile plan that includes international data. It should give you unlimited data in many countries including Taiwan. However making phone calls to Taiwanese numbers via T-Mobile may still be pricey. It seems most people I know in Taiwan use Line to communicate and avoid old style phone calls. T-Mobile seems fine for this. If you need to call doctors, real estate agents, etc. a local sim may be better.

  8. Hi. Can I owned 5 sim Cards in Taiwan? Thank you. May I also know How much is the roaming sim card with data for 6 months. Thanks.

  9. I have an older iPhone now without U.S. carrier SIM card. Can I buy a Taiwan Sim card and use it in Taiwan?

    1. If you have a SIM card slot you should be able to get a working card here. If I remember correctly some older IPhones won’t work with 4G, but I’m not sure if that’s a problem. I’d check your phone model at willmyphonework.net to see for sure.

  10. I want to buy a prepaid sim card and I’m 19years old so what documents should my guardian bring so that l will be able to get the sim card

  11. My daughter is going to Taiwan for a one year fellowship. She just purchased a new iPhone that has eSIM capabilities. Is there a way to purchase a long-term (1 year) eSIM account online prior to her departure?

  12. Hi Chad,

    Thank you for the blog. Do u have any recommendations for monthly telecom company? Esp in Hsin Chu area? Does their monthly subscription plan limits the data cap?

    For your kind advice.

    1. Hello Lyn, If you are still looking for monthly data plans I’d suggest Taiwan Mobile. I have used Taiwan Mobile for several years now and have had the best speeds with the company. There are unlimited data plans available if you sign a contact but I am on a pay-as-you-go plan as I wanted to get out of the contract. I reload data when I run out and the rates are pretty reasonable.

  13. My family and I will be visiting Taiwan in May and we were wondering if we could use our phones from ATT and just purchase a 30day sim card from Taiwan Airport? Thanks

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