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  1. Thank you. I just checked and the ship is pretty empty, so I think we're going to pass on the offer. If they upgraded us to a higher category cabin it might be worth it, but to just change from aft to mid-ship, or one deck up, doesn't seem like it's worth the value. Complimentary bag - meh. Robes - meh. We don't need the concierge. So really all we would get is no line at dinner, which ... it's not like we're going to starve while waiting.
  2. Thank you. I think it'd be tough to drink $1000 worth of mimosas 🤣
  3. I realized it's not fair to ask if it's "worth it" because that's a decision only we can make lol. I guess what I'm asking is what perks have been a benefit to others, what did they really appreciate, etc. It's a small ship (1400 guests, and obviously not full if they're offering a room change), one of our group doesn't eat breakfast, and we plan on taking ship's tours in most of the ports, so the priority disembarking most likely won't matter to us. The "you get extra things on the menu" seems a bit vague.
  4. It's a Panama Canal transit. 16 days. They're offering it for $15 per day. What are the extra menu items and specials at breakfast?
  5. Was just offered CO for Rotterdam, sailing at the end of February. Total would be $480 per stateroom (we have two staterooms). We would be upgraded from aft to mid-ship on our stateroom, or one deck higher, aft. We don't really mind aft positioning, especially on such a small ship. Are the rest of the benefits worth almost $1000 for 5 people (we have 3 in one cabin)?
  6. I just spoke with Ship Services, and they confirmed that with the pre-purchased premium plan there is 1) no limit to data, and 2) no limit to number of devices you can use (it just has to be only one at a time).
  7. Thank you. I was told only one person can use it at a time, which is fine for us. Mainly we just want to download email to each of our phones a few times a day. However, on one of the days we will need to use the internet extensively to handle payroll (there is no such thing as a vacation for a business owner). It would be preferable for us if we could use 6 devices total (4 people with phones, two people also have laptops).
  8. Thank you! I did see that thread but it didn't seem to answer all of my questions. I will read it again tonight a little more carefully.
  9. When I called HAL I was told it is unlimited. I wonder if it varies by ship? I will call again tomorrow to ask again.
  10. We are cruising 2/24 out of FLL on the Rotterdam. I pre-purchased the unlimited internet premium package for $200. The notes I took from the phone conversation I had with HAL say there is no data limit (obviously speeds may be slow) and we can connect up to 5 devices but only one at a time. Does anyone know if we can use the devices all over the ship or only in our stateroom, and if we have to sign into the app to use the internet? We are planning to share across 5 devices in 2 staterooms (a few doors away from each other). I'm concerned that if we have to use the app, everyone will nee
  11. I just purchased an unlimited plan for a 14-day cruise. The premium package, purchased in advance of the cruise, was $199.99 and accommodates up to 5 devices (only one online at a time). I was told it doesn't have data limits.
  12. I had the exact same question. Sad to see it won't work with iPhones, which all of us traveling have (except one who has a Samsung).
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