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Monday, June 18, 2012

Internet Connection while on the Cruise

When I booked our cruise to Bahamas, it dawned on me that I can't use the Internet at cheaper price. I worked online so; 4 days of using my USB connect at International rate could be very expensive. But, I brought my USB connect for emergency use. I also have my handy netbook and laptop and decided to turn off my smart phone once we sail away from Miami.We are on board the freestyle Norwegian Sky cruise ship, an NCL company. I inquired about their Internet connection and here's the pricing plan:

Plan 1: 60 minutes, it's $24
Plan 2: 30 minutes, $16.50
Plan 3: Pay as you go for $0.75/minute

It's not bad at all plus, a one time activation fee of $3.95. So, I signed up for plan 1. I used my laptop and there's few location on the ship where WiFi is accessible (Decks 6,7 and 11 only). I used my time wisely like checking my emails and it was a stress free log in. I can log out anytime and save my minutes for my next usage.

Anyway, the above picture is Festival Place at Nassau Port in Bahamas. If you need more time to use the Internet, this area has Wi-Fi and the good news? You can use it for FREE and it's really fast! I have seen so many tourists take advantage of the FREE Wi-Fi connection at Festival Place. You can even use Skype with no problem at all. If you visit other resorts in the area, they have Wi-Fi too and free access for the public. Now, you shouldn't be worry. Enjoy your cruising.

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