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Recent Epic cruiser? Did you use the internet access...


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...and if so, how was the connectivity? Fast? Slow? Will need to use it for business (yes, as in work) during upcoming cruise.




I have not been on the Epic, but on other NCL cruises had little or no problems with the internet and I did use it (my son too) for business purposes. It is slower than you likely have at your home/office, but I would not complain about the speed. The Epic probably has newer technology and might be even faster.


This CC link has some good info and might be helpful http://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=1419

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We used it on both Epic and Star and yes, it is slower than land based internet service but it works fine. My DH used it for business on our cruises as well and I for keeping in touch with family. It does seem a bit sluggish in the evening but early morning it's quite adequate.


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It depends on the time of day and how many people are online. It can be fast or very slow. When we found it to be slow, we logged off and went on later.


Exactly. That's our method too. Log off and try again later..although I've only had to do so a couple of times.

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