New Latest update MTN Free Unlimited Internet Trick
It’s a new week! And we’ve got some free unlimited Internet tricks offering unlimited Internet connection at no cost using different VPN tunneling software. First on the list is this MTN free Internet trick.
This MTN free unlimited Internet trick doesn’t require you to have any free Internet host or SNI hosts for the trick to work. We’ve provided everything needed for this trick to work for you guys. Then again, this trick doesn’t require you to have data, airtime, or need you to subscribe to some cheap Internet packages to kickstart the trick.
Also Read: 10 Best Ways To Get Free Unlimited Internet In 2022 Without Paying
We used a good VPN tunnel app for this free net trick and as well made the settings open for everyone to access. That means Techfoe readers can as well port the settings to any good Psiphon VPN alternative or the VPN tunnel app of their choice.
Follow the procedures shown below, configure and enjoy free unlimited Internet access. Stick around for we have more free Internet tricks to roll out and as well, we will roll out updates to our Ha Tunnel Plus VPN configuration files.
1. An MTN Gabon SIM card with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS, or PC.
3. The VPN tunnel app of your choice (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings
Procedure: How To Get Free Internet Trick On MTN 22
1. Click here to download the Slow DNS app or here to download TunnelGuru app for PC users
2. Install and open the app.
3. Now use the below settings to configure your Slow DNS app:
Username and password: Leave this part
Server: select any free server of your choice
DNS Server: 192.168.43.1 or any faster TunnelGuru IP address
Choose TXT: Null
LPort= 275 , RPort= 80
Binary Query: Tick
Click on Connect
4. Wait for the connection to go through because sometimes it might take a while for it to go through. However, if it doesn’t, simply try reconnecting again.
Note: This post is for EDUCATIONAL purposes only! You are responsible for your action and usage of it. Techfoe only drops such to alert ISPs of their vulnerabilities so that they can fix them.