An Affordable Way to Call China: WeChat faces U.S. ban
President Donald Trump’s ban on using WeChat for transactions is a cause for concern for the 19 million people in the United States who use the app every day. Banning WeChat would cut off a main source of communication with loved ones and business contacts in China. Fortunately, there is still an affordable way to call China for those in the U.S.
WeChat can't be replaced by a single solution. It’s a “super app” that has become essential to daily life in China. WeChat includes messaging, calling, social media, online shopping, payments, and more.
For users in the U.S., its draw is the ability to stay connected with the world’s most populous country. However, in the event WeChat is disabled in the U.S. there are some affordable alternatives for staying connected with loved ones abroad.
TextNow offers the most affordable international calling options
TextNow is known for exceptional, affordable phone service. We provide customers with a local phone number and unlimited calling and texting to the U.S. and Canada, whether connected to WiFi or on our Free Nationwide Talk & Text cellular plan. For free.
But we also offer the most affordable international calling options for people looking to stay in touch with friends and family abroad. With TextNow, you can call China starting at 2.2 cents per minute. No hidden fees, no monthly plan, and no need for a VPN.
The best part is, there’s no need to change your existing phone plan or buy a new device. Start by downloading the free app from the App Store or Google Play or go to our website. Then register for an account and select a free 10-digit phone number. Finally, add international calling credits to your account. Now you’re all set with the most affordable way to call China from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.