Friday, 15 April 2016

MTN 2GB Data Plan For Just N45 - Works on all Device

Here is the new Mtn tweak, working and blazing like fire. With just N45 you can get Mtn 2GB data plan and you can use your 2GB on any device with the help of our common VPN's.

The plan you are about to use known as MTN MobiSAFE Backup Service, the normal price for the plan is N450, but if you are lucky enough, they will deduct only N45 instead of N450. Anyways, N450 is still okay for the 2GB plan, so I would advise you to have a minimum of N50 before trying to opt-in for this 2GB data plan.

To Opt-in For MTN MobiSAFE 2GB Data Plan» Make sure you have at least N50 on your Mtn sim card
» Send T3 in a text message to 33988.
» You will receive a text message confirming that you have successfully subscribed to MTN mobisafe backup and 2GB will giving to you.
» It will last for a week. 
» If you’re not lucky to get a success message, then you can credit your line with N450 and re-send the text. Alternatively, you can choose to opt-in for the 100MB data plan for N50 by texting TI to 33988 or the 1GB data for N250 by texting T2 to 33988.

To Make Use of Your 2GB MTN MobiSAFE on Android Device
Use either Sypon Shield, ProNET, Psiphon Handler or Netloop VPN and configure using the below settings.

Create New APN settings on your phone as follows:
» Open your phone settings > Go to more > Go to mobile network > Go to access point names > Select MTN, Then create new APN and configure as shown below:
» APN:
» Proxy:
» Port: 8080
» Save And Activate it as your default settings

Launch either Sypon Shield, Psiphon or Netloop VPN, in the handler menu:
» Remove Port: make sure you tick/mark it
» Proxy type: Real Host
» Proxy server: or use
» Real Proxy Type: HTTP
» Real Proxy Port: 8080

» Select save and click on “tunnel whole device”.
Click on the option tab
» Region: select, USA or any other server
» Select more option, as it was indicated in the screenshot below

» Check Connect through an HTTP Pro” then select “Use the following settings:” then configure as.
» Host address:

» Port:8080

Save and Click Connect.
 For Netloop users, use the below settings.
Connection settings
» Tick Enable Proxy
» Proxy host:
» Proxy Port: 8080
» Enable header tweaking
» Choose tweak type: Injection
» Inject query/url: Http://
» Inject Host:
» Injection line: press enter 4 times
» Now go back to the Netloop main menu, and tap “Local server settings” 
» buffer size: 8092
» Concurrent connection: 10
» Go to log level and select “DEBUG”.
That is all… Enjoy it while it last.

OpenVPN users, stay glued for the working Config File update.

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