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Wilba - Answered a Question by greenwood (09 Jul 08 16:57)

You can't normally get a signal in your cabin even when you are in port. You need to go on deck to make/receive a call which is useless in your case. Go with Aldrich's answer.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by greenwood (09 Jul 08 11:22)

Roaming phone charges will make this rediculously expensive. You will be looking at a bill of hundreds of £. Cheaper to pay for a babysitting service at $10ph.

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greenwood - replied to Aldrich (10 Jul 08 10:19)

Its bluetooth you dont pay if you bluetooth with another phone that is the whole point of doing it.thank-you anyway.i just really need to know if i will get reception in my cabin thanks.

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