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Can i watch videos without wifi abroad

Eg while travelling through Europe

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Hi,
If you were after WiFi whilst travelling abroad we have some fantastic offers at 28 Degrees, including our free global WiFi via the link https://www.28degreescard.com.au/
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The wifi is your only connection to the world

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you'll have to go to a hotspot

or tether your pad to your phone for internet

now if youv copied the vids to your tablets sdcard then if you have correct player for the vid then yes you can watch all you have copied to the sd card.

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