For those that care, I just got on the Magic today, 10/7, and they have the unlimited internet for the week for $99.00 at high speed and unlimited internet for the week for $49.00 at regular cruising speed. I think it is $29.00 for the day if you want for just one day. The high speed is not like home, but much faster than you are used to on a cruise.
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That's sounds great! Having to stay in touch with clients, I usually run up an internet bill at least double that during a 7-night cruise. I wish all the cruise lines would offer something like that. And to make it high speed, makes it even better.
Thanks for the information!!
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The Carnival Magic is the test ship for the program. I hope they keep it.
Thanks for the information Sulross.
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