Yes, if you can access a wifi - It’s as if you were calling in the US. And it’s all free.
Hi @junw.btnal1 and welcome to the Community!
It appears you’ve both asked and answered your own question. You are correct, one may generally call U.S. or Canadian numbers when connected to WiFi in China or other parts of the world. It’s not possible to call Chinese numbers using Republic service whether that be from the U.S. or outside the U.S.
For others reading, Republic’s word on international service is here:
Additionally, this may be of interest to some:
Please let us know if you need anything further.
Thanks - Actually I was wondering how to get data plan in China.
I’m afraid Republic is unable to help with that as Republic offers no cellular service outside the U.S. There is information regarding potential use of local (in country) providers as an alternative in the article linked in my previous reply.
For convenience, I’ll link that article again: International Travel with a Republic Phone.
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