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Walkie Talkie's on board

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Are these a thing of the past? I am researching for my son & DIL .They leave for a Disney cruise in a week's time. I was wondering what is the best way for the family to stay in touch on board. Our 9 year old autistic grandson needs constant attention and the fact that the family WILL be seperated a good deal of the time warrants some kind of communication. Am thinking a cell phone would be too expensive an option. Can anyone help please

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