Etisalat Free Unlimited Internet Trick

Still on the free Internet trick for Techfoe readers in Asia, we have this Etisalat free unlimited Internet trick that can be used on different tunneling apps.

So what does this free net trick require of the users? Nothing demanding. Users don't need data or airtime for it to work. In our usual way, we've made the settings open for everyone to access, use and port to the tunneling apps of their choice.

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To prove to users that it really works, we urge those interested to use an Etisalat SIM card that doesn't have airtime or data on it. This free net trick setting can be ported to other tunneling apps that support the UDP protocol.

Apps such as Droid VPN, Troid VPN, Finch VPN, etc. will give users result on Android and PC.  If you don't have an account, remember to signup for Droid VPN before you embark on the settings. Take a few minutes of your time, follow the procedures, and enjoy this Droid VPN free Internet setting.

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

Also Read: How to configure HTTP injector for free internet access

Procedures:
1. Click here to download Droid VPN APK and or Droid VPN PC
2. Install the app and then open it.
3. Click on Settings and then go to UDP Settings
4. Now configure this way:
    Auto port scan: Tick
    Remote UDP port: 5353 or 53
    Local UDP port: 80 or 8080
    Choose UDP Mode: Mode 1
    TCount: 5
    RCount: 10
5. Now return back, select a server and Connect and enjoy free 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 so that they can fix them.

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