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Loss of Internet Rollover Benefit on B2B Cruises?

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Pescado Amarillo (http://pescadoamarillo.blogspot.com/)  currently on the Sapphire Princess just reported that their Platinum/Elite Internet was not being rolled over for their next cruise has anyone else recently on a Princess B2B cruise seen this as well?  If true fleetwide than this would be another example of Princess chipping away at Platinum/Elite benefits.

 

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Our minutes rolled over on a recent (September-November 2018) back-to-back on the Coral Princess.

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We have had Internet Managers tell us there would be no rollover and then we got the rollover anyway. I'm curious to see what actually happens.

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We did one leg of the "Round the World" cruise last year and wondered why we couldn't find a friend on the penultimate day.  Late that evening we saw her and she said she had spent most of the day on The Internet as she had to use up about 4 hours that wouldn't be rolled over!!

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We have been on several B2B cruises on Princess and have always had the internet minutes carry over to the new cruise.  That of course was on the same ship and cabin.  Our folio also carried over.  When the first cruise internet allotment was used, we had to resign into the internet to use the second allotment of time.  

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Certainly that is the case on NCL where I have had it happen "frequently".  I have just become Platinum on Princess and will find out if it happens next time I cruise with them towards the end of 2019.

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We had to ask the Internet manager to roll-over unused minutes from our just completed Princess cruise to following B2B Princess cruise (same ship). The roll-over was done without issue.

 

Bob

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