Connecting at Sea: Internet and Phone Use Onboard Your Cruise

Connecting at Sea: Internet and Phone Use Onboard Your Cruise

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Connecting at Sea: Internet and Phone Use Onboard Your Cruise
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Old 08-26-2019, 01:16 PM
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Connecting at Sea: Internet and Phone Use Onboard Your Cruise


Staying in touch with fellow passengers at sea and friends and family on land is easier than ever. Most ships now have branded apps that allow cruisers to chat with each other onboard and superfast high-bandwidth Wi-Fi that makes communicating at sea much easier than it used to be.

Internet speeds can vary significantly by line and ship, depending on location, available bandwidth and other factors. Most cruise lines don't offer speeds that can support streaming services like Netflix or Spotify. However, a few cruise lines are changing the at-sea connectivity game with relatively affordable high-speed services that support video and music streaming.

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Most ships now have superfast high-bandwidth Wi-Fi.

Most cruise lines don't offer speeds that can support streaming services.
So which is it?

I agree with the latter, but definitely not the former
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