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We are Here again at End March 2015 for sharing new airtel 3g configs based on Airtel 3g for Mar april 2011 , we have shared below airtel 3g free internet trick based on TCP users . We have specially shared this airtel 3g high speed free internet trick for Delhi and UP users as here airtel 3g udp trick is not working . Even we can't use airtel 3g high speed udp trick for april 2015 as its not working for us here at delhi nor we dont have airtel 3g sim card for other states too. Where as for delhi and other users you all can check out and blindly with reliance 3g direct internet trick working for 2015 is started working with cool speed and ther is no time span on reliance tricks.

Some Basic Requirement For this AirTel 3G VPN Trick 2015

1.AirTel 3G Enabled Sim card

2.Maintain main balance of Rs. 0 , Data Pack Required .


4.Speed Up to 500 KBps Tested on In 7.2 Mbps Modem.

5.Enough for this trick.

How To Use This Trick :
For PC Users : 1. First Install NMD VPN. If Already Installed Then Skip This Step.

2. If You Don't Have NMD VPN Then Download It From - Click Here to Download Nmdvpn.
3. Now Copy All Config Files And Paste Them Into VPN Configs Directory Of NMD VPN (C:\Program Files\NMDVPN\config)

4. Now Connect Your Internet And Then - Right Click On NMD VPN Icon In Desktop And Run as Admin.

5. After That - From System Tray Icon Connect Your Net With Your Config. You Get Connect. Enjoy

For Mobile Users : Mobile Users Read A Complete Post About How To Connect With VPN From - Click Here
Note: Change password every week from to make this config work.


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