New 2022 Onatel Burkina Faso Free Internet Trick

Pappi Hex

This free internet trick is for our readers on the Onatel network in Burkina Faso, using the  UDP protocol to give users Internet with unlimited data.

We've had other free Internet tricks in the past for our Burkina Faso readers, though using different protocols on the Ha Tunnel Plus VPN. Today's trick isn't much different from the ones that we've posted in the past.

In our usual way, you don't need a working SNI host or free Internet host to power the trick since it's a UDP trick. What's required is your Onatel SIM card without airtime and data, and then the right VPN tunnel app. It could be Droid VPN, Finch VPN, Hammer VPN, TunnelCat, etc. as long as the VPN tunneling software accepts UDP tunneling.

Also, since we made the settings open for everyone to access, you will be able to port it to the VPN tunnel app of your choice...on whatever platform that you want. 

Follow the procedures shown in this post, configure and enjoy free net access. We still have more free net tricks to dish out to readers on other networks. 

While we are at the trick, kindly remember to like our Facebook Page and YouTube channel, and as well, join our Telegram Channel for more free unlimited Internet tricks and tutorials.

Also Read:

1. An Onatel Burkina Faso SIM card with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS, or PC.
3. The VPN tunnel app of your choice (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings

Procedures: Onatel Burkina Faso Free Internet Trick Setup

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: 3128
    Local UDP port: 6
    Choose UDP Mode: Mode 1
    TCount: 1000
    RCount: 14
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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