cruising on the Voyager of the seas in Feb 2010. does anyone know if they have wireless on the ship outside of the computer areas or in the rooms. Also how expensive is internet service.


<h2>His Lordship</h2>
There are hot spots around the ship, but not necessarily in the cabins. It costs 55 cents per minute, but there are packages that get the per minute charge down to 37 cents.


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heres info from www.rccl.com

depending on the ship there are two options for staying connected while onboard.

Wireless Internet Access (Wi-Fi)
There will be six designated *"Hot Spots" which vary from ship to ship.

To use our WI-FI access, you'll need:
A laptop
Windows operating system
802.11b Wireless networking capability

The cost for Wi-Fi access through your own laptop is:
Base rate is $.55 per minute or choose from one of our prepaid packages:
$28.00 for 60 minutes
$38.00 for 90 minutes
$55.00 for 150 minutes

All prices are subject to change without notice.

The Internet Cafe/Workstation
These stations provide access to e-mail and the Internet, plus direct connections to favorite websites for stock, sports and entertainment updates. You can also send virtual postcards while at sea, and in ports-of-call worldwide. If you don't have an e-mail account, you can also establish one onboard.

The cost is $.55 per minute or you can choose a prepaid package:
$28.00 for 60 minutes
$38.00 for 90 minutes
$55.00 for 150 minutes

Available onboard all ships.
Prices are subject to change without notice.