Fees: All ships offer three internet packages: The "social" plan is per day for unlimited access to social media networks, but not email or web browsing.The per day "value" plan adds access to email and the internet, but restricts bandwidth-intensive activities like streaming movies and music or Vo IP services (Skype and Face Time).The line rolled out Voom -- the fastest Wi-Fi at sea -- fleetwide in 2016.Just like connection speeds at sea, internet charges vary by cruise line.For heavy internet users, a a day "premium" plan gives access to a faster internet speed and Skype access.
Calling/texting packages are available, but roaming charges apply.
Internet and Wi-Fi: Carnival offers shipwide Wi-Fi on all vessels, plus for-fee Wi-Fi access in HUB internet cafes.
Additionally, the line offers an app -- Carnival HUB -- that is free to download and use onboard (even without a Wi-Fi package).
Internet and Wi-Fi: Both Azamara ships -- Journey and Quest -- have onboard computer centers, called e Connections, with 24-hour access, and passengers can get online via In Touch workstations.
Wireless access on smartphones and laptops is available throughout the ship.