Cruise News Norwegian Adding Enhanced Internet and Entertainment on all 14 Cruise Ships

Norwegian Adding Enhanced Internet and Entertainment on all 14 Cruise Ships

Norwegian Cruise Line will soon be offering new tiered internet plans and allow passengers to use their personal devices to access on-demand movies and TV programming.

Norwegian Cruise Line has entered into a multi-year strategic partnership with Global Eagle to not only enhance the internet onboard, but also the entertainment services across their fleet of 14 cruise ships.

Under the agreement, Global Eagle is implementing flexible, tiered plans for Wi-Fi, texting and video, giving passengers more choices. In the near future guests should be able to use their own devices to access an integrated portal that includes TV programming, on-demand movies, games, and special event telecasts. Global Eagle also expects to be able to monitor usage and dynamically adjust bandwidth for each ship based on real-time demand, ensuring a consistent quality of experience (QoE) at all times.

Ole Kristian Sivertsen, president of Global Eagle’s cruise, ferry and yacht services, gave the following statement: “This new partnership agreement with NCLH is a giant step toward achieving our vision of delivering an unparalleled QoE in reliable high-speed Wi-Fi and entertainment for people on the move, whether on an airplane, cruise ship or luxury yacht. One of our key competitive advantages in the marketplace is our ability to offer end users a QoE similar to what they get at a luxury land resort.”

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