Oceania Plans to Free Up Internet

Surfing's good even around the pool--Photo of Oceania Regatta by Wallace Immen

Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises are upgrading  their wi-fi system across their fleets and are offering complimentary packages of Internet access to guests, starting this fall on Regent’s all-inclusive premium ships and in the fall of 2015 on Oceania’s five mid-sized ships. The complimentary time depends on the type of suite and the length of the cruise, from 200 minutes for a seven-night cruise up to 500 minutes for an itinerary over 16 nights.The perk joins others included in the pricing such as round-trip airfare and specialty restaurant dining, noted Kunal Kamlani, president of Oceania.
The news comes in the wake of close rival Azamara Club Cruises’ announcement that it will discontinue free Internet as a benefit of its loyalty program, starting Jan. 1.

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Wallace Immen is Executive Editor of The Cruisington Times, the Best in Cruising, Travel, Food and Fun. He's sailed on all of the world's seas to ports in over 100 countries and travelled on every continent. Contact: Website | Twitter | More Posts

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