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bottled water 5 gallon delivered

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There will be a local shop that delivers. It won't be any less reputable than any other organisation (including the bottled water companies).

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Yeah, WaHaHa water isn't delivered to you by WaHaHa here. Usually the small shop downstairs from your building has the water, grab a card and give them a call when you need water. They will just deliver it to you. If you don't already have a 5 gallon jug, then they will ask you for a security deposit (not trying to steal your money). Wahaha for me cost 12 yuan per jug and the other brand is 8yuan. But some shops charge like 1 or 2 yuan more. 

 

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I get Nongfu for 18.

when they come, they'll swap out your empty jug for the full one - so don't order too early (ie, before it's about out, and you can't put the rest into a bottle or something). Or, buy yourself another jug (about 40RMB) and have 2 - then you can swap out when you like (which is handy for when you're running low/out, and they don't have any water in! Cos, a 5L bottle is 10RMB.. so close to 2 times the price of the 19L

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