How To Get Free Daily 4G Internet Trick on Safaricom Kenya (Hack).
How To Get Free Daily 4G Internet Trick on Safaricom Kenya (Hack), Free internet in Kenya, In this post, I am going to describe how to browse daily for free on Safaricom’s 4G+ Network. This is solely for educational purposes.”
Free Daily 4G Internet Trick on Safaricom Kenya (Hack)
Safaricom is a giant in telecommunications that has its base in Kenya. It is well known for its mobile money service called MPesa. In this post, I will describe how to browse daily for free on Safaricom’s 4G+ Network. This is solely for educational purposes.
How does the Safaricom free Internet trick work in 2021?
It makes use of the Safaricom education bundle meant for e-learning. This limited data is renewed daily, which isn’t unlimited (it is capped). The user is to dial *544*27# to subscribe to the free bundle to make the SIM eligible for free access.
What are the Requirements for the Safaricom Bundle?
- A Safaricom SIM card. Make sure you have no valid subscription bundle.
- An Android Phone or iPhone
- Psiphon or any tunneling app
- Valid Free Internet Settings
In this post, the Psiphon app will be used as an example. How to get the Psiphon app?
For android users, you can download from:
- The Google play store via this link
- or from Psiphon’s official site via this link
- For Apple, iPhone Users download from here.
- For Desktop or Computer users, Get the app from this link.
Next Dial *544*27# to activate the daily bundle.
How to use the Psiphon app for free internet on Safaricom Kenya?
- Configure the internet settings with the default APN
- Download Psiphon or any tunneler app of your preference as described above.
- Install the Psiphon app on your phone or computer.
- Proceed to Options, and click on More Options: Connect through an HTTP Proxy: Tick; Use system network settings: Tick
- Return to the main screen and click “Connect”.
- Enjoy your free internet on Safaricom while it lasts.
Disclaimer: This article is provided strictly for educational purposes and alerts the concerned ISP to patch their bugs.