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We have packages on over 170 cruise ships with no extra charge on land in Mexico, Canada, and select Caribbean islands. This gives you plenty of places to post photos, text, and stay connected while cruising.
Two great ways to stay connected
AT&T cruise talk, text, and data
One-time charge for 30 days. Talk: unlimited. Text: unlimited*. Data: 200MB overage $2.00/MB.
AT&T cruise talk and text
One-time charge for 30 days. Talk: 50 minutes, overage $2.00/min. Text: unlimited*
*Standard domestic messaging rates apply to text, picture, and video messages received.
These rates apply on non-participating cruise ships, when you don’t have a package, or if your plan expires.
**Usage is calculated in full kilobyte increments ($0.002/KB) and rounded up to the next full-kilobyte increment.
Travel tips for your AT&T Cruise package
- Disable any apps running in the background.
- Disable email auto-check.
- Turn off cellular data.
Your device will display Cellular at Sea, 901-18, or NOR-18 when roaming on the ship’s network. When roaming on a land-based carrier, it will display the land carrier's network information. Cruise ships are required to turn off their wireless networks when they are 9 - 12 nautical miles from land and while in port.
Antigua & Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Vincent & Grenadines
Trinidad & Tobago
Turks & Caicos
AT&T International Day Pass® for Business, AT&T IDP for Business – Multiline, Passport® and Passport Pro® packages do not include cruise ship coverage. View the countries included in these packages.
AT&T cruise packages only apply to select cruise ships. If you're traveling on a non-qualifying ship, any cellular usage will be billed at AT&T cruise packages only apply to select cruise ships. If you're traveling on a non-qualifying ship, any cellular usage will be billed at pay-per-use rates. For more info, see our cruise ship guide for available services.
Yes, the packages do include usage incurred when off-ship or aboard your cruise ship while in port in Canada, Mexico, and most Caribbean countries.
Yes. Cruise packages are compatible with all other international roaming packages including International Day Pass for Business, Passport and Passport Pro packages.
You should consider adding a roaming package (for example International Day Pass for Business) if:
- You expect to use a lot of data while in port/on land in Canada, Mexico, or the Caribbean Islands, and your domestic wireless plan does not include talk, text, and data while in Canada or Mexico.
- Your cruise destination countries are not included in cruise packages (for example, Italy).
Be aware that cruise ships are required to turn off their wireless networks when they are 9-12 nautical miles from land and while in port. Also:
- When the ship's wireless network is on, your device will indicate you’re roaming on its network by showing Cellular at Sea, 901-18, or NOR-18 in your display.
- When your device is roaming on a land-based carrier, it displays the land carrier's network information.
Cruise packages are effective for 30 days and expire automatically. Pro-rated charges are not provided for cruises less than 30 days. The package will automatically drop off after 30 days, so there is no need to contact Customer Care to remove it.
No. AT&T Cruise packages are added on a per-line basis. If you are traveling with multiple wireless devices that you wish to use during your cruise, each device must have its own cruise package.
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