We are going to Hawaii in two weeks on a cruise. We will be taking our iPads, of course. Mine is 3G and Wi-Fi. The wife's is Wi-Fi only. Couple of questions . . . First off, the cruise ship has Wi-Fi, but if you are in a regular cabin (as opposed to a big-ass stateroom), you have to pay for it. OK - I can handle that. My question is, do roaming charges apply? That probably sounds like a stupid question, but I have been hearing horror stories about folks who made a couple of phone calls with their cell phones while abroad, and receive a $1,000 bill at the end of the month. I am assuming we can use our iPads with Wi-Fi and the only charge will be what we have to pay the cruise ship for Wi-Fi access, right? Next - suppose I want to use 3G while in Hawaii. Is there a roaming charge for that? (Here, I suspect there might be.) Anyone have anything on that? Last question. The wife and I both have Verizon phones. If we want to call each other while in Hawaii, do roaming charges apply there? (I know, I know - this isn't a Verizon forum, but I figure I'll just slip this one in anyway. With all you techhies out there, I know someone will come up with an answer.) Thanks in advance!