Weekday Tricks: Mozambique Free Unlimited Internet Trick


This free unlimited Internet trick is for Techfoe readers in Mozambique using the AnonyTun VPN app for the free net tunneling.

As seen with free net tricks on Techfoe, this trick doesn't require the users to have data or airtime for it to work. What you need is your SIM card with zero data and airtime on, and then the AnonyTun app for the free net trick.

Also Read: How To Unlock Any XP Psiphon Configuration File And Re-configure For Free Unlimited Internet Access

In our usual way, we made the free settings open for everyone to access, use, and even port to other OS platforms. Those on Android can make use of apps such as Psiphon, Proxy Tunnel, HTTP Injector, and other tunneling apps to still get the same result.

Follow these settings shown below, configure and enjoy free unlimited Internet access. Stick around our site for we have other free Internet tricks to dish out to you guys. Enjoy. 

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Requirements:
1. A Movitel Mozambique SIM card with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS, or PC.
3. Your AnonyTun or the tunneling app of your choice (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings

Also Read: How To Get Free Internet Access On Any ISP In The World: Part 2   

Procedures:
1. Click here to download AnonyTun or here to download any tunneling app of your choice.
2. Install the app and then open it.
3. Click on Stealth settings and then turn it on
4. Now configure this way:
    Connection Protocol: SSL
    Connection Port: 443
    Connect via Parent Proxy:  Don't Enable
    Custom TCP/HTTP Headers: Don't Enable
Advance SSL Settings: Enable
      Spoof SNI Host: Tick
      True SSL (Anti DPI): Don't Tick it
      Spoof Host Port: Tick
      Spoof Host: m.meubeatmovitel.com
      Port: 443
5. Click on co
nnect and then wait for your connection to go through. When it does, open your browser and enjoy free unlimited Internet Access.

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.

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