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They have three staff; and groceries, restaurants, electricity and communications are a fraction of Australian prices.
Personally, I’m horrified by Sydney prices.” I first came across the phenomenon about eight years ago when retirement was far from my mind.
I was on holidays in India and met a retired couple from England who told me how they made their modest pensions go further.
I thought, ‘What an amazing thing to do.’ But apparently lots of Australian retirees are doing versions of the expat life though generally not in India.
Take Geoffrey 62 and Michael 56 who have built a new life in the tropical paradise of Ubud in Bali.
China mobile networks operates much in the same way, however there are a few wrinkles that you should be aware of — so here is a guide to help you figure out which SIM card to get when you come to China. Network: The 2nd largest mobile carrier in China, and is the only carrier that has 3G that will work with phones from outside China.
The largest mobile carrier with about 70% market share. So even if you for some unknown reason find yourself out in rural-nowhere China, you might not be able to find a real toilet, but at least you will still be able to get a SIM card there. Coverage: China Unicom coverage is not as extensive as China Mobile, but is still very good.“The trend to living overseas in retirement is basically economically-driven,” Colleen said.“People can live really well overseas but don’t have the dosh to do it in Australia.They are cheap, easy to recharge credits, and you can get connected in virtually a couple minutes.Just make sure that your phone is already unlocked, and you will have no trouble using a new SIM.“And I even save.” Amid the stories of the good life – maids, massages, tennis and swimming – I wondered if the retirees found something meaningful to do. He’s helping to run tours of Long Tan and Nui Dat with the income going to a Vietnamese children’s charity. In Sydney you hang around with the same people, the same age group, the same socio-economic group. Facing what they considered a frugal, boring life at home, some retirees have opted for adventure. Click ‘Subscribe for free’ to have it emailed to you.