About This Page: This is a discussion on Wave Phones within the Planning Your Disney Cruise Voyage, part of the PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel; While going through passPorter's Cruise guide for the umpteenth time (I love it, and, no, I'm not a compensated spokesperson), ...
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While going through passPorter's Cruise guide for the umpteenth time (I love it, and, no, I'm not a compensated spokesperson), I saw the item about Wave Phones, which are not the happiest part of my cruise experience.
I don't use them, but, twice they have begun beeping, in the middle of the night, of course! The hostess/host never seems willing to remove them from the stateroom.
Is there any way to stifle them?
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it's most likely a battery issue so leave them charged and you should be fine. There is a $200 waiver on those phones so i'm sure the stateroom attendants don't want to be responsible for that.
It could also be like a calendar item or something like that that a previous user had set up. If it's not the charger then i'd recommend bringing the phone with you down to guest services, they know all about the phones because they use them day in and day out.