Weekend Tricks: HA Tunnel Plus Free Unlimited Internet Trick For MEO Portugal

Still on the free Internet trick, this free net trick is for Techfoe readers in Portugal on the MEO network using the Ha Tunnel Plus app for the free net surf.

Unlike the Ooredoo and Mytel free net trick that we just posted, this free net trick uses a different method to surf for Internet access. MEO Portuguese users can purchase a video pack that costs €6.99 for 20GB worth of data or a messaging pack for €4.99 and gives 10GB worth of data.

Also Read: How to Create HA Tunnel Plus Free Unlimited Internet Hat Files for All Networks

The video pack 20GB data can be used for streaming on sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Twitch, Vimeo, etc., while the messaging pack can be used to chat on WhatsApp, Line, Telegram, Viber, WeChat, etc. However, with the video pack, we will be able to use it to access free Internet on the cheap.

Follow the procedures shown in this post, configure and enjoy the trick while it lasts. Meanwhile, you can hit us up on Telegram for any query.

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Requirements:
1. A MEO Portugal SIM card with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS, or PC.
3. Your Ha Tunnel Plus VPN (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings

Procedures:
1. Click here to download HA Tunnel Plus VPN and then install
2. Click here to download your network configuration file
3. Open the app and click on the three dots by top right side of the screen.
4. Click on "Import/Export" and then "Import Config"
5. Now locate the configurations you downloaded earlier and click to import.
6. Now click on Start and then wait for the connection to go through. When it does. minimize and enjoy free net access.
In case you encounter any issue, disconnect and reconnect, or upload a new file if there is any.

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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