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27 May 2017

Globe Free Unlimited Internet Trick For Philippines On Psiphon And QueenCee VPN

June is approaching so fast Philippine Globe users can enjoy this free internet trick. by Psiphon or QueenCe handler,

However the trick is easy to configure as it works for PC, Android, iOS, java and other OS users if configured according to what we are going to give you below so just be patience and scroll down.

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This free browsing works very well so what you have to do is make sure you apply the settings properly and enjoy the trick while it last. It can be used to download, browse, stream videos, play online games and lot more. Don't forget to use your default access point configuration settings.

  • A Globe Simcard with zero data balance
  • An Android, iPhone device, PC
  • It supports QueenCee VPN or  Psiphon VPN
  • The settings
  • Patience 
>> Click here to download Psiphon VPN
>> Click here to download QueenCee VPN

>> Install and then Launch/Open it
>> Now configure it as follows:
>> Proxy Type: Host or dual real host
>> Proxy Server: www.google.com.ph
>> Real Proxy type: Default
>> Real Proxy Server:
>> Port: 8080

Next, hit the SAVE button.

Navigate to More Options and then configure it as shown below

>> Connect through http: Tick
>> Use system Settings: Tick

Now exit and reconnect the app.

And wait for few seconds and your Tunneling app should connect now minimize the app and start enjoying free unlimited internet access on the Globe network.

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