NEWS: Carnival Expands $5/Day Social Media Internet Packages on Nine Ships

Cruise Fever Reports:  Carnival Expands $5/Day Social Media Internet Packages on Nine Ships

 

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For $5.00 a day I'd do the internet package on a long cruise if I'd get wireless in the cabin.   If not I can always hit a cafe in port and use the free internet to send an E-mail or use the VOIP on my cell phone.   I would not see using it on a 3 or 4 night cruise but if I did a 20 or 30 night cruise I would consider it.

I have never had a problem finding free internet when in port in Europe, Mexico or the Caribbean Islands.   It is nice in port to sit down at a cafe overlooking the ocean with a drink,  relax and use the free net,  if not on my Chrome book then on my cell phone.

For me part of being on a cruise is to disconnect,  the only time I had checked in back home was when my parents were older,  then I checked in every few day wile I was gone for  over a month in Europe.

I disconnect on holidays. If some one really wants to speak to me. They can pay for the phone call.

 

I would probably pay that although in the past, I have rarely used the Internet unless it was to answer a survey from the cruise line.  That seems like a fair price.  

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