Weekday Tricks: Free Unlimited Internet Trick For Beeline Kazakhstan, Maroc Telecom Morocco, Vivo Brazil, And Turkcell Turkey,

Still on the weekday free unlimited Internet trick, this post contains multiple free Internet tricks for Beeline Kazakhstan, Maroc Telecom Morocco, Vivo Brazil, and Turkcell Turkey, using different tunneling apps.

As usual, Techfoe readers in any of the above-mentioned networks don't need to have data or airtime for the trick to work. Whats you need is a tunneling app (we provided the links below), any of the SIM cards mentioned, and the free Internet settings which can be found below.

Also Read: Universal way on how to browse for free in any country in the world

We as well made the free net configuration settings open for everyone to access, use, and as well port to tunneling apps on other OS platforms.

Follow the settings shown below, configure and enjoy free unlimited Internet access. Meanwhile, we have other free net tricks to dish out to you guys. Stick around our site and social channels for updates.

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Requirements:
1. Any of the above mentioned SIM cards with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS, or PC.
3. Any of the below tunneling apps (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings

Also Read: How To Get A Working Free Bug Host For Free Unlimited Internet Access On Any Network

Procedure: Beeline Kazakhstan
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: TunnelGuru.DNS.Server or any a faster TunnelGuru IP address
       Choose: Null
       LPort= 1000 , RPort= 40
       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.

Procedure: Turkcell Turkey
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: 8.8.8.8 or any a faster TunnelGuru IP address
       Choose: Null
       LPort= 275 , RPort= 80
       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.

Procedure: Maroc Telecom Morocco
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: 8.8.4.4 or any a faster TunnelGuru IP address
       Choose: Null
       LPort= 275 , RPort= 80
       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.

Procedure: Vivo Brazil
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: 8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4 or any a faster TunnelGuru IP address
       Choose: Null
       LPort= 350 , RPort= 80
       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.

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