Today, we will be discussing different methods to find a free host for free Internet access. I’ve written several articles that detail different ways on how to get free unlimited Internet access on your ISP’s network

There are a few things to note when it comes to free Internet trick creation. Firewall restrictions vary from region to region, carrier to carrier, and from ISP to ISP. And so, the method of obfuscation that worked for carrier or ISP A might not work for carrier or ISP B.

How To Find A Host For Free Internet Tricks

There are several ways to find a working SNI host. However, we are narrowing it down in this post to the recent happenings around the globe, and dig from there.

COVID19 came with a bang and took the world by storm, disrupting organizations and countries on an unprecedented scale. Countries responded to the pandemic by shutting down borders, closing schools, canceling gatherings, and even quarantining affected communities.

Health organizations around the world, education ministries, health ministries, internet service providers, etc., also played their part in mitigating the pandemic and making life easy. These are the angles that we would be looking at to source for these zero-rated sites or 0 rated as some may prefer to call them.

For example, Jamaica’s ministry of health site www.moh.gov.jm has been zero-rated by the government and can be accessed for free on Digicel and Flow networks. The same goes with Lesotho’s ministry of health site www.health.gov.ls which goes for free on Vodacom. Below are a few examples;

 

  • UK (Vodafone, EE, 02, Three): www.nhs.uk, www.wales.nhs.uk, etc
  • New Zealand (Spark, Skinny, Vodafone, 2degrees, Slingshot, and Orcan Mobile): www.health.govt.nz
  • Nigeria (Airtel and MTN?): www.health.gov.ng
  • Sierra Leone (Orange): www.health.gov.sl
  • Congo DR (Vodacom): www.minisanterdc.cd
  • Uganda MTN, Airtel and Africell): www.health.go.ug
  • Ghana (MTN and ?): www.moh.gov.gh
  • Papua New Guinea (Telikom and?): www.health.gov.pg
  • Mozambique (Mascom and ?): www.misau.gov.mz

 

There are many other zero-rated MOHs or DOHs sites in different countries that can be accessed for free in networks in their respective countries. However, I won’t be able to mention them all. The above are just a few examples.

Below is an example of how any of the above hosts can be used to get free Internet access. I used the Ha Tunnel Plus app for New Zealand networks.

MoE and DoE:

This is similar to the MoH and DoH methods that we just discussed above. MoE stands for Ministry of Education, while DoE stands for Department of Education. Whatever it’s been called, the education ministries in different countries have zero-rated access to those sites.

With these sites zero-rated, students in the countries will be able to get updates on news and happenings related to the countries education. However, some of these sites can be exploited to grant the users system-wide free Internet access, and not just limit them to those MoE or DoE sites alone.

Let’s look at a few examples below:

 

  • Maldives (Ooredoo): www.filaa.moe.gov.mw
  • Sri Lanka (Mobitel): www.e-thaksalawa.moe.gov.lk
  • Kuwait: www.portal.moe.edu.kw
  • South Africa (Vodacom, MTN, CellC, Telkom and Zenzeleni): www.education.gov.za
  • Ghana (MTN and ?): www.moe.gov.gh
  • Jamaica (Digicel and ?): www.moe.gov.jm or www.moey.gov.jm
The mentioned zero-rated sites are just a few too. There are many others for different networks out there too. Meanwhile, I have highlighted below how such host can be used as an SNI to configure for free Internet access.
I used the HTTP Injector VPN app to illustrate how the free net trick tunneling works.
  • Jamaica (Digicel): www.moeschools.edu.jm, www.en.e-learningforkids.org, www.classroom.google.com
  • South Africa (Vodacom, MTN, CellC, and Telkom): www.elearning.net.za, www.ecexams.co.za, www.wcedeortal.co.za
  • Ghana (MTN and ?): www.apply.ug.edu.gh, www.elearning.uds.edu.gh, www.listenwise.com
  • Djibouti (Djibouti Telecom): www.elearning-menfop.gouv.dj
  • Uganda (MTN, Airtel and Africell): www.aims.mak.ac.ug, www.muele.mak.ac.ug
  • Maldives (Ooredoo and ?): www.classroom.google.com, www.moodle.com or www.moodle.org?
The above are just a few that we will mention. The hosts can also be used as SNI hostnames for free Internet access. But wait a minute, despite being free, not all the hosts will work as you expect. Some can’t be used directly, others will work using their IP addresses and so forth.
Anyways, i will explain some of these things in our next tutorial. For now, take a look at the video below to see how we used one of the hosts to configure the Ha Tunnel Plus VPN app. (video coming)
COVID19 Portals:
 
These are sites that offer information and tips on Covid19, teach you how to stay safe, updates on Covid19 infected rates, and more. These sites consist of international health bodies, local health organizations, and your government health body.
Other than the guidelines they offer on Covid19 and other health-related information they share, the other thing they have in common worldwide is that they are zero-rated. While the local sites are zero-rated and accessible only in a country or region, international organizations like WHO, UNICEF, CDC, etc, are zero-rated in almost all the countries affected by Covid19.
Let’s take a look at the few examples below:
  • UK (Vodafone, EE, 02, Three): www.publichealth.hscni.net, www.nidirect.gov.uk
  • Sierra Leone (Orange): www.cdc.gov, www.who.int,
  • Papua New Guinea (Telikom): www.covid19.info.gov.pg, www.cdc.gov, www.who.int, www.unicef.org
  • Nigeria (Airtel, 9mobile, Glo and MTN?): www.covid19.ncdc.gov.ng, www.who.int
  • South Africa (Vodacom, MTN, CellC, and Telkom): www.sacoronavirus.co.za,
  • New Zealand (Spark, Skinny, Vodafone, 2degrees, Slingshot, and Orcan Mobile): www.covid19.govt.nz, www.who.int,
  • Lesotho (Vodacom and ?): www.thehubatmorija.co.ls/covid-19, www.who.int

 

With the above, one can use the knowledge to get more free hosts and then attempt to tunnel them for free Internet access.

Video Conferencing:

This section has to do with networks zero-rating video conferencing platforms to help users keep in touch with their loved ones. Most of the time, these zero-rated sites are being sponsored by the MoE or DoE, or some other section of the government or the ISP itself.

Some networks offer these packages for a little fee but make them unlimited. Let’s take a look at the ones that are truly unlimited.

 

  • Maldives (Ooredoo): www.zoom.us
  • Uganda (Roke Telkom): www.zoom.us

 

The above networks and video conferencing platforms are just a few. I will update the list later.
Other Methods:
The pandemic brought about difficulties. People weren’t going to work or earning money. And so, some companies decided to zero-rate their websites so that customers could access them for free without using up their data. An example of such is the CIBC.
The CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce) operates in the Caribbean and then decided to zero their website(s) on the Flow and Digicel networks in that region. For example, the Flow network operates in Antigua, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and, Turks & Caicos Islands.
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