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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by cay (22 Apr 08 11:22)

The answer is generally yes but the costs are prohibitably high. You can find all this out by contacting the particular cruise line and getting numbers, systems and costs from them. E-mail is far cheaper but without the personal touch...hope that helps....Nei.

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Miller - Answered a Question by cay (22 Apr 08 12:01)

Yes, either by landline or by mobile. Much depends of the ship you are travelling on.

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MCGUIRE - Answered a Question by cay (22 Apr 08 13:15)

Hi neil and ida have you been on holiday never herd from you for a while.

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jones - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 08:45)

Each of the cabins have free cabin to cabin phones so if you are traveling in a group you can call and arange meeting places. also around the ships are telephone points for internal cabin to cabin calls. the phones in the cabins can be used for international calls but these are expensive a detailed list of costs are advertised in your welcome pack in each cabin.

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Parker - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 09:58)

As indicated by Neil & Ida much depends on the ship and area - but most ships have mobile phone masts - ships telephones tend to be very expensive - email is far cheaper and is easy to set up an email account on board if you dont have one.

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Ball - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 11:52)

Providing I have read your request correctly, you can talk with a fellow passenger whilst at sea by telephone situated in your room, just dial their cabin number. However, if you wish to phone anywhere else whilst at sea the costs are prohibitively high - when in port it appears that you are able to make calls through the ship's own satellite line but again, expensive.

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Cleere - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 16:19)

Yes, it is possible but very expensive. Try texting instead.

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Holland - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 17:04)

If you mean cabin to cabin, Yes you can ring between cabins free of charg.

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DURBRIDGE - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 17:30)

We found that in some sea areas in Norway we were unable to get a signal, no problems while in port.

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Kyle - Answered a Question by cay (09 May 08 17:44)

Mobile phones only work when close to the coast. Usually after about 1/2 an hour to an hour out of port they go out of range. I have found this to be the case in most ports in the mediterranean and in the caribbean.

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