Ooredoo Tunisia Free Internet With Unlimited Data Trick

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We have another free unlimited Internet trick for Techfoe readers on the Ooredoo network in Tunisia. This trick can be used on different VPN tunneling software.

Similar to the last Oooredoo Myanmar free net trick that we posted, this unlimited Internet connection trick doesn't require you to have airtime, data, or some sort of Internet pack for it to work. With the right VPN tunnel app and the free net configuration settings which we've provided in this post, you are good to go.

Also Read: Secrets To Find A Working SNI Hostname For Free Internet Trick Settings On All Networks

About the free net settings in this post, we made the settings open for everyone to access, use, and even port the free Internet host to any VPN for free Internet access. 

Follow the procedures shown in this post, configure and enjoy free Internet with unlimited data at no cost. If you've got any form of question-related to this post, kindly let us know via Telegram or in the comment section.

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

Procedures:
1. Open the xSocks Injector tunneling app
2. Click on Direct proxy - SSH and then select SLOWDNS and Save
3. Click on the hamburger icon at the left side corner of the screen
4. Click on SlowDNS Settings and do the following:

Public Key: 6448f07d90e4bd637406d8b3300efc817eab9ce49c3b61bbfedc37548cbc200f
Server Name: dns.id1.ssh7.hostname.cc
DNS: 8.8.8.8
Username: akunssh-pappi
Password / Passphrase: 12345

5. Return back and click on START to connect

This configuration and settings expires 27 February 2022

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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