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Old August 28th, 2003, 06:17 PM
Jana Jones
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Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Internet on Regatta

It MAY be the same as Silversea and Radisson, but what those two lines do is charge only for the time that you are sending, not while you are sitting and composing your e-mail. On those two lines you don't need to put it on a disk, you can do it in the Internet center and only be charged while you receive or send e-mail, not while you read or write it.

Mass-market lines charge per minute that you are sitting at a terminal and even though Oceania isn't mass-market, they do too. Seabourn probably uses the system that RSSC and Silversea uses.

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