TUI Cruises Internettarife – TUI Cruises has revised the Internettarife, which can be booked on the Mein Schiffsflotte. There are four volume and three day tickets available with up to 6 GB. In addition, the company is testing two social media tariffs.
TUI Cruises Internettarife
On the Mein Schiffsfleet from TUI Cruises you can now book seven new Internettarife with which travelers can surf the Internet on the way. While on EU territory the EU tariff applicable since 15 June 2017 applies, the new conditions do not affect many ship travel. Travelers must book the rates of the ship or the shipping company.
On all ships of the fleet are available within Europe the day tickets S, M and L, which offer 75 MB, 150 MB and 250 MB for 5.50 euros, 7 euros and 10.50 euros. In addition, the volume discounts S, M, L and XL can be booked, with 17.50 euros, 27.50 euros. 55.50 euros and 83.50 euros. Included are 250 MB, 500 MB, 3 GB and 6 GB.
Social media tariffs on My ship 6
On the Mein Schiff 6 the Social Media Tagestarif and the Social Media Reisetarif can be booked. The tag price is 9 euros, the travel tariff is 29 euros. Both offers include the use of numerous social networks, including Facebook (without video), Facebook Messenger, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp (news only), Xing and Skype (messages without telephony) included. During the day tariff for one day applies, the travel tariff covers the entire stay on the ship.
A separate price list is valid worldwide for winter driving areas. Here, the three daily flutes are worth EUR 7.50, EUR 10 and EUR 15 and the four volume discounts of EUR 25, EUR 39, EUR 79 and EUR 119. Both social media tariffs remain unchanged. A monthly fee of 49 cents is charged per minute.
With the new tariffs is now also our Internet offer built around the wishes of our guests. And since today every third person posting pictures to social networks on vacation, we also test a Social Media Rate on Mein Schiff 6. If the offer is well received, we will follow the other ships “, explains Michael Baden, Director Marketing.