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My husband and I will be sailing on Silhouette in March on a 12 day cruise.  In checking their internet packages, it appears there are two options......four devices and two devices.  I only need one device, is this not available?  We are Diamond Plus with RCCL and will be Elite with Celebrity, do we still get the two day discount for internet?  I've read that there are differences between the status of the two cruise lines.  Still trying to figure out Silhouette and the "free" dining as opposed to specialty.  

 

Looking forward to a new ship and new cruise line.  Any information will be appreciated.

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As Elite members you will each be able to choose a free 90 minute internet package which can be used throughout your voyage not just on specific days. Or you can take a 30% discount on any internet packages. 

Remember to log out asap if taking the free 90 minutes so they're not wasted. 

You can also receive an additional 10% discount if you pre book an internet package for a total 40% discount as they are stackable. 

If you're not seeing single device packages available online I would call to book via the phone if that's what you want. 

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Yes in the Cruise Planner there is a 1 device internet package, you just have to scroll through the various internet, photo and other packages as they aren’t all together.  
I suggest you look at the Captains Club section or Celebrity’s website, particularly tiers and benefits.  Captains Club perks are different than C & A perks.  For example as Elite on Celebrity you will receive 90 minutes free internet.  It is not one time use so if you log out many find the 90 minutes is sufficient.  If your partner is also Elite they also get 90 minutes.  Or you can get 30% off the price of the internet package. you will need to call to purchase and ask for the Elite discount to be applied.

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As others have said you can purchase just one internet package.   Unless it is on sale it is easiest to just wait until aboard and you can sign up and activate your account in less than 2-3 minutes.   All you need is your folio number (on your seapass) and then select package and create Username and 4 digit pin code

 

Free minutes and CC discounts are already applied

 

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22 minutes ago, Reijo said:

My husband and I will be sailing on Silhouette in March on a 12 day cruise.  In checking their internet packages, it appears there are two options......four devices and two devices.  I only need one device, is this not available?  We are Diamond Plus with RCCL and will be Elite with Celebrity, do we still get the two day discount for internet?  I've read that there are differences between the status of the two cruise lines.  Still trying to figure out Silhouette and the "free" dining as opposed to specialty.  

 

Looking forward to a new ship and new cruise line.  Any information will be appreciated.

Welcome aboard flute of sparkling wine during embarkation.  No inside smoking  including the casino or on balconies, no rock climbing walls, no flow rider, no ice skating rink, no QUEST. You will be elite with "0" Captain Club points. Call the Captains Club at 1-800-760-0654 to verify your status is documented. No 24 hour dedicated CC  lounge for elite and elite plus. CC HH is from 5 PM to 7 PM in the Sky Lounge except the evening of embarkation. Unlimited CC HH drinks loaded on your Seapass card (except for the first evening) to enjoy at the bars except at the World Class Bar. CC HH drinks are not served in the dining venues.  No buffet set up (like on RC) during CC HH in the Sky Lounge but servers serve snacks along with taking drink orders. Like RC you will receive in your stateroom a full list of all elite perks for your cruise.  We enjoy cruising with both Celebrity and RC. We like the similarities and differences between the two cruise lines.

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