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Old February 24th, 2005, 11:24 AM
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One more question for the experts hehehhee

how can i find out abt internet charges?

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Old February 24th, 2005, 11:36 AM
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We paid around $25 for 50 minutes on the 3 Day cruise. On the 7 Day Cruise we paid more....the more you pay of course, the more minutes you get...and sometimes they do a bonus if you sign up before you actually leave the port.

That is what we do!

Remember, the connection is VERY slow.....takes forever to go from page to page if you are "surfing" the net....and to access your email account, too.

We had thought about taking our lap top...but with as slow as the service can be and lugging it along, we decided that it was not worth it for as much as we were really going to use it. But it is a great service to have if you are needing to access your email or pages on the internet.
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Old February 24th, 2005, 11:59 AM
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A few weeks ago on the Victory the rate was $0.75 per minute and a one time connection fee of $3.95. There was also a discounted rate for 50 and 100 minutes.
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does it matter if you have a laptop

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Old February 24th, 2005, 12:12 PM
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THIS IS FROM THE CARNIVAL WEBSITE:

Can I access the internet while on board?

For those guests who want the option of staying connected to the everyday world, we have implemented Internet Cafes fleetwide.

The Cafe is open 24-hours a day and features private workstations with the latest flat panel computer terminals. Guests will have the ability to send and receive e-mail and access Internet sites. Guests can access their home account through AOL, Hotmail, Juno or Yahoo or have the option of setting up their very own temporary account on board with our CruiseE-mail.

The computers are equipped with WordPad.

The Internet is accessed via satellite through a satellite modem and guests are able to surf the internet as if they were at home. Files can be downloaded as "read only" but cannot be saved, since a floppy disk cannot be inserted into the PC's.

The Internet connection speed is able to connect with bursts of 2.5 megs and 128 kbps upstream.

If Palm Pilots are wireless than guests can take advantage of our wireless access.

Guests may bring their own personal Laptop for use on board by using our Wireless Internet Service.

If the laptop is not equipped with a Wireless Internet Card, guests will need to rent one from the Internet Cafe.

If the laptop is running on Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98 or Windows 95, software will be installed in order to run the Wireless System. This will take approximately five minutes.

If the laptop is running on Windows XP, the above software is not needed. The Wireless Internet Service is compatible with a Wireless 802.11b card, which is the industry standard.

Even with the wireless service, guest's personal Laptop must be used in close proximity of the Internet Cafe. It cannot be used in guest’s staterooms.

Internet Cafe Price List

Charges for the following services will be billed directly to guest's Sail and Sign Account as follows:
A one time activation fee is $3.95.
To obtain a temporary account while on board, the set-up charge is $3.95.
To print information, the charge is $.50-per page.

To utilize the service of the Internet Cafe, whether using a private workstation, renting a laptop or using the guest's personal laptop, the charge is:
$.75-per minute.
Block of Minutes (no refund for unused minutes):


3, 4 or 5 Day Cruise
30 minutes for $16.50 (.55 per minute).
60 minutes for $24.00 (.40 per minute).


7 Day Cruise or Longer
100 minutes for $55.00 (.55 per minute).
250 minutes for $100.00 (.40 per minute).

To rent a Wireless Internet Card for a guest's personal laptop, the rate is $10.00 per day. To rent a Laptop, the charge is $35.00 per day; optional insurance is $10.00 per day.

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YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THANKS BOOBOO
SORRY U DIDNT SAY UR NAME

THANK UUUUUUUUUUUUUU

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