1Packages apply only to the following cruise lines: Azamara Club Cruises®, Celebrity Cruises®, Crystal® Cruises, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Line®, Oceania Cruises®, Pullmantur Cruceros, Regent Seven Seas Cruises®, Royal Caribbean International® and the SkySea Golden Era. See cruise ship list.
Compatible device with domestic postpaid wireless service required. One-time charge applies. Packages are valid for 30 days beginning on the chosen effective date, may cross 2 bill cycles, and expire automatically. Packages will not be prorated if canceled on or after the chosen effective date. After expiration, pay-per-use rates will apply unless a new package is purchased.
"Cellular at Sea" Display: On-board networks operate only while in international waters. Therefore, your AT&T cruise package allowances and overage rates for usage on-ship only apply when "Cellular at Sea" displays on your device. Cruise package allowances and overage rates also apply off-ship, but only to the extent you are attached to land-based cellular in Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Everywhere else (including where "Cellular at Sea" is not displayed), pay-per-use rates apply, unless an additional current package offer applicable to country visited is active on the line of service.
Packages are designed for use onboard cruise ships while at sea; therefore, usage on board a cruise ship is required. The international data offer must be added to an existing domestic data plan. Messages received while roaming are billed at applicable domestic rates. Packages available only through AT&T Customer Care and are not currently available in-store or online.
To the extent you also purchased an AT&T Passport or Canada/Mexico Travel Minutes package for use when attached to land-based cellular networks in Canada, Mexico, or the Caribbean, those rates will prevail over the cruise package allowance or overage rates. To the extent you continue to use select expired calling offers such as World Traveler, AT&T Canada, or AT&T Mexico, the cruise package rates will prevail.