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Airtel Working GPRS Trick For September Specially For Punjab Users...

Hi Friends I have Found a Working Unlimited GPRS Trick For This September. I am using it from previous one week and its working very fine.


1. No Balance Deduction (I have personally tried it with 170 Rs. Balance).

2. Upto 200-300 Kbps Speed In 3G Network.

3. A decent speed of 30-50 kbps for 2G Users.(don't forget that it's free).

4. No Disconnection at Day-Time (Some Times disconects at night but not much).

5. Works Fine In Punjab Personally tested so thats why its specially For Punjab User.


1. Android Users Download DroidVPN Download From Playstore or Try Alternate Download.

2. First Open The Vpn and Register On DroidVPN Site.

3. After That Goto Settings.

3. In Conntection Protocol Select "TCP".

4. Don't Change Any Port Settings.

5. In The Proxy Set These Settings:

Proxy Server:

Port: 8080

6. In The HTTP Headers Write Same as I have Written Below In Red Text:



7. Save These Settings Don't change Any Other Setting.

8. Connect VPN And choose Random Server or any Free Server.

Thats it Browse/Download Unlimited GPRS Free. Disconnect After 130 MB For safety. ENJOY..

No Doubt its working fine in Punjab Other State Users Also Try it once if it Works Then Plz Post in Guestbook.

Also Try : Other Free GPRS Tricks.


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