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Post time 2011-7-15 11:00:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-7-15 09:35
in 2011-07-12, a government official in Xinhua news, J-i-a-n-g Yan, said,

For tourists, it is true. .

He said, "It is difficult and expensive for tourists to connect to the internet in Europe. It is difficult to find a toilet. It is expensive to go to a toilet. It is the current situation."

J-i-a-n-g Yan is the deputy director of European branch of Xinhua news.


Reliability Xinhua style
Just what'd you'd expect from them

how about an earlier first hand account from someone independent who visited Germany before

Originally posted by Chegsyboy at 2011-7-12 15:41
I think the lovely mayor must be confused.

Internet access is simple, easy to hook up and cheap in Germany.

Maybe he was having a bad dream about the [Chinese]Great Firewall which was blocking his favourite porn site (iwaanabepankedbynazifrauleinin lederhosen.com) again?  


As I said before,
just use your WiFi, or public Terminals.
in the Airpoart Halls, on Train Stations, ON the Train,
in City Councils, public Libraries, Schools, Universities.
Oh, it is the CHINESE regulation banning WiFi from Chinese Phones for fear of loosing Control over Communication - not the german or european.
Widespread presence of either accessable terminals or WiFis.

If you can't refrain from using 3G internet access abroad,
the onlyone to blame IS YOURSELF.
You only make a fool out of you, to publically blame this stoopidity of yours on your host,
even more coming from someone working over there.


a 3g package recommandable to tourists in my view.
tchibo.de   /Internet-Stick-inkl-SIM-Karte-p400008850.ht  ml?cs=1

pre-paid, 7.2mbit/s
2.95 Euro a day, or 9.95 a month (flat)
only recurring as long as you have credit, no minimum contract time.

with China Unicom, the only real 3G service in china,
you only get 300 mb a month for 98 or so kuai.
so who's the expensive one here?
Spread the word of it!

A Xinhua official tried to save a bit of face to remain for another Liar.
He made a fool of himself in the process, and I hope commentators will take those infos
and expose this.
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Post time 2011-7-15 17:14:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-7-15 09:35
in 2011-07-12, a government official in Xinhua news, J-i-a-n-g Yan, said,

For tourists, it is true. .

He said, "It is difficult and expensive for tourists to co ...


Is it? Arround 1 Euro an hour in an internet cafe......and you even don't need to registrate yourself with your passport/Id and no internet watchdog surveiling you......imagine that!
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Post time 2011-7-15 17:33:40 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2011-7-15 17:14


Is it? Arround 1 Euro an hour in an internet cafe......and you even don't need to registrate yourself with your passport/Id and no internet watchdog surveiling you......imagine that!


Right, legally so,
while in China the ID is mandatory and noone even considers the idea of privacy there.

The only honourable reason I could imagine for the ID requirement,
was the 1 hour for free entitlement in a university computer lab or something else public,
that I took advantage of in Spain - without watchdog software spying me there either.
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Post time 2011-7-16 10:46:43 |Display all floors
Aa a Chinese, I feel ashamed for  the LOVELY  MAYOR.

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Post time 2011-7-17 18:44:00 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2011-7-15 17:14
Is it? Arround 1 Euro an hour in an internet cafe......and you even don't need to registrate yourself with your passport/Id and no internet watchdog surveiling you......imagine that!

    very true words.

One has to say that for Tourists, it might really be a little hard to get unlimited access to the internet on their mobile. For organisatory reasons. But I don't know if in China, it's any better.

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Post time 2011-7-17 19:48:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by bern2009 at 2011-7-17 18:44

    very true words.

One has to say that for Tourists, it might really be a little hard to get unlimited access to the internet on their mobile. For organisatory reasons. But I don't ...


I posted various options for internet access,
best with basic access via mobile might be blauworld, including cheap calls abroad via mobile and one month internet including tethering to laptop at around 9 euro, without any minimum contract duration.
Available in Drug Stores, Petrol Stations....

unlimited access via mobile over 3g in china, you better forget it.

multiple times the price of T-Mobile!
The Expensive here?
and via roaming it's expensive anywhere in the world.
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Post time 2011-7-18 01:43:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by LCSULLA at 2011-7-17 19:48
I posted various options for internet access,
best with basic access via mobile might be blauworld, including cheap calls abroad via mobile and one month internet including tethering to laptop ...

sure sure.... but you need to register your SIM card, this is not very possible for short-term tourists

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