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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.

  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?
    Thanks.

    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.

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