MSC Opera (MSC Cruises) - Cyber Café on the Otello deck (6)

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MSC Opera (MSC Cruises) - Cyber Café on the Otello deck (6)

Cyber Café Internet station on the Otello deck (6) on board the MSC Opera cruise ship of MSC Cruises, the cruise company of the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC for short).

Internet access on the cruise ship MSC Opera - costs and alternatives.

The Cyber Café on the Otello Deck (6) aboard the MSC Cruises cruise ship MSC Opera is a public area where guests can work on computers. It is equipped with modern computers and has high-speed Internet access via satellite connection, ensuring a reliable online connection even at sea. Passengers can check their e-mail, surf the Internet or use social networks. Documents can be printed out on a laser printer.

Communication via the satellite connection is not comparable with the DSL connection at home in terms of speed and price. Alternatively, you should check the prices for a data connection in the respective destination area with your cell phone provider before the trip in order to have possibly cheaper Internet access via cell phone during berthing times in port or during the trip near the coast.

Prices for telephone and internet on MSC Opera

On-Waves GSM service with your own phone:
Receiving calls: 4,40 € (per minute + VAT)
Making calls: 4,40 € (per minute + VAT.
Sending SMS: 0,70 € (per SMS + VAT)
GPRS connections: 18,00 € (per MB + VAT)

Internet access:
the first 10 minutes: 4,00 €
each additional minute: 0,40 €
Calls from the cabin (external): 4,99 € per minute

About On-Waves:
On-Waves is a company specializing in the providing of maritime communication services. The company is headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland. On Waves is a subsidiary of Siminn, a former state-owned Icelandic telecommunications company. It operates satellite and mobile communications networks on ships and offshore platforms worldwide. On-Waves offers a wide range of communications services, including satellite communications, data transmission, Internet access and voice-over-IP (VoIP). The services are delivered by combining satellite communications and mobile technology, providing a reliable communications solution for customers working at sea or on offshore platforms.

August 2008: Cruise on the Baltic Sea with the route: Kiel (Germany) - Copenhagen (Denmark) - Visby (Sweden) - Stockholm (Sweden) - Helsinki (Finland) - St. Petersburg (Russia) - Day at sea - Kiel (Germany)


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