MTN Ghana Unlimited Free Browsing (August) Via AnonyTun
Here's August Free browsing cheat for MTN in Ghana using AnonyTun VPN in 2019. It's been long I've updated Ghanians with Free browsing for any of their networks, now there's an unlimited free browsing trick for Ghana and it's still working as of now.
I'll be uploading the full settings you need to configure this unlimited MTN Free browsing successfully on anonytunnel VPN. If you would like to get the configuration file for HTTP Injector which you will only import and connect easily, request below and I'll update this blog with another post.
Some taught UcheTechs has stopped sharing Free browsing cheats (4 months) on our known networks -- MTN, Airtel, 9mobile, and Glo, but we didn't actually stop, well at least permanently. I'll start working on some new configuration files for HTTP Injector on MTN Nigeria and 9mobile. We all know Glo doesn't work unless you have a purchased data, while Airtel has good security.
Meanwhile, MTN Ghana has something to enjoy, this free browsing cheat works on all Sim cards and also, it's 0.00, meaning you don't need any Airtime to activate it and finally, it has on cap for now. So enjoy this latest MTN Ghana Unlimited Free browsing Trick for August; (September) 2019.
2. Turn on the Custom TCP/HTTP Header and click on it to open
MTN Ghana Free Browsing - AnonyTun
Clear the URL/host and paste this: www.mtnhoods.com
3. Change the Request Method to GET
Tick these extra headers
4. Press Generate and click on the save
5. Now save again and hit the CONNECT
Ones you've done this on your device, it will connect and show you your upload and download history through AnonyTun VPN Application. This will enable you to browse free, unlimited and on any streaming website's like YouTube and it also works on social media.
Nigeria users, don't worry, I am working on something, it's been long we've got a good browsing trick. Our cheat ISP subscriptions have been removed, such as Glo 1GB for N200, while other networks included som harsh conditions, seems like they want to seek cheap browsing which results to free browsing.