Tiff’s well connected with P&O Ferries

by • January 20, 2014 • Business, City NewsComments (1)914

Today former Miss NI and sailing champion Tiffany Brien helped P&O Ferries launch ‘Wi-Fi that Works’ – a new service giving passengers access to a high quality and dependable Wi-Fi connection on board ferries sailing between Larne and Cairnryan.

Otherwise known as ‘Peanut Butter Girl’, the well-connected fitness fanatic with 33,000 Facebook fans enjoyed the speedy new service on-board P&O Ferries European Highlander.

For £3, passengers can spend up to 90 minutes surfing the web during the crossing with the option to stop and restart the service, conveniently saving minutes for another time. Payment can be made online using a credit or debit card or with cash at the on-board information desk.

Announcing the launch of ‘Wi-Fi that Works’, Neal Mernock, Sector Director, Irish Sea at P&O Ferries said: “We know it’s important for all our passengers, whether travelling for business or leisure that they’re able to go online and stay connected throughout their journey.

“We have worked hard to guarantee that the Wi-Fi service we have installed is of the highest quality, ensuring a reliable and unbroken service for passengers sailing between Larne and Cairnryan”.

The Wi-Fi service is free of charge for Club Lounge passengers. Club Lounge tickets booked in advance cost £12 per person while tickets purchased on board cost £14 per person.

For further information on all sailings and the latest P&O offers, please visit: http://www.POferries.com/

 

Pictured is the very well connected and former Miss NI Tiffany Brien helping P&O Ferries launch ‘Wi-Fi that Works’ - a new service giving passengers access to a high quality and dependable Wi-Fi connection on board ferries sailing between Larne and Cairnryan.

Pictured is the very well connected and former Miss NI Tiffany Brien helping P&O Ferries launch ‘Wi-Fi that Works’ – a new service giving passengers access to a high quality and dependable Wi-Fi connection on board ferries sailing between Larne and Cairnryan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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