We have another free Internet trick for our Egyptian readers, however this time it is only for Telecom Egypt users. This technique also provides limitless data Internet connection, so read carefully to enable your free Internet access.
First and foremost, this technique works differently than the previous Ha Tunnel free Internet settings that I described. What they all have in common is that users are unable to search for a working free Internet host on their own. We’ve taken care of everything.
However, you do not need data or airtime for the method to operate. To make the technique work, you only need a VPN tunnel program that supports tunneling over the UDP protocol. There are numerous such apps available. HTTP Injector, Finch VPN, TunnelCat VPN, and others are examples.
We’ve made the Droid VPN free Internet settings available for anybody to access, utilize, and even port to their own VPN tunnel software. If you do not already have an account with Droid VPN, you must create one. Don’t worry, it will only take a few minutes.
Follow the steps outlined below to configure and enjoy an unlimited Internet connection. We still have more free internet hacks to share, so keep checking back.
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Telecom Egypt Free Unlimited Internet Trick
- An Egypt Telecom SIM card with no data or phone credit.
- An Android, iOS, or PC device.
- Your preferred VPN tunnel software (Find the link below)
- Configuration options
Droid VPN Egypt Telecom Free Configuration
- Download Droid VPN APK or Droid VPN PC by clicking here.
- Install and launch the app.
- Select Settings and then UDP Settings.
- Now set up as follows:
Auto port scanning: Tick
1000 is the remote UDP port.
Local UDP port: 0 Select UDP Mode: Mode 1 TCount: 10005 RCount: 05
- Return now, choose a server, and connect to enjoy free Internet access.
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