The weekend is here and in our usual behaviour, we have so many free Internet tricks to dish out to keep you guys busy.
This weekends trick has many regions to cover and as well many tricks to resolve issues such as connectivity problems, slow connection, constant disconnection, etc. Techfoe readers in Myanmar (Burma), Kenya, Cameroon and South Africa are among the people whose tricks will be fixed. Mind you, I'm talking about fixing the tricks on ground and not new tricks.
As usual, the AnonyTun VPN will be our app for the tunneling of the weekend tricks as we test configuration files for users in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas continent.
About the AnonyTun VPN app, we choose the app because it has a friendly user interface, features that offer different ways to tunnel for free net and as well fast servers for fast Internet surf.
For the tricks that we will post, expect super fast tricks using protocols such as TCP, SSL, HTTP, etc, and also slow tricks using the DNS protocol. Some tricks will work totally for free, while some will require users to subscribe to some sort of cheap package on their network for it to work.
This weekend free net trick won't focus on any region as we use to do before. We will send out test configurations and work base on the response we get from the users. If you have any contributions to make, message Azeez_tech on Telegram.
We will start to roll out the free net tricks in next 10 hours. Stay glued to our social channels to be among the first to receive the free Internet tricks. If you have clue about regions network, feel free to message us on Telegram to work out something for you. Everything on Azeeztech is free!!!
This post doesn't contain any free Internet configuration settings. This post is an update to the free net tricks that we will be posting later in the day. Follow the below settings, get the required items wait for the tricks.
1. Any ISP SIM card with zero data and call credit
2. An Android device, iOS or PC.
3. Your AnonyTun or any tunneling app of your choice (Find the link below)
4. The configuration settings
Note: This post is for EDUCATIONAL purpose only! You are responsible for your action and usage of it. Azeeztech only drops such to alert ISPs of their vulnerabilities.