Norwegian Cruise Lines
has announced that it can now offer passengers the ability to keep in touch with loved ones while enjoying the delights of a cruise holiday.
The cruise line has revealed that passengers can now use their mobile phones on every ship in the Norwegian Cruise Lines fleet, no matter how close to land they are.
"Cutting-edge onboard technology is important to our guests," said Colin Veitch, NCL Corporation's president and chief executive officer.
"While we recognise that some guests travelling with us choose to disconnect, others need to stay connected to loved ones or business associates in order to get away. Cell phone, internet capabilities and Wi-Fi services ensure that our passengers can stay connected if they so choose."
Both satellites and wireless services are used to allow passengers to make and receive calls using their regular mobile number.
With Norwegian Cruise Lines
boasting the first onboard internet cafe in 1999 and ship-wide Wi-Fi in 2002 to all guests, passengers onboard one of the company's liners will certainly be able to let the folks back home know what a fantastic time they are having.
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