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Free Airtel GPRS is back

Before a month or two, everyone with an Airtel prepaid SIM was able to connect to the internet for free. But the Airtel people came to know and fire walled their proxy servers. From there onwards I was in search for the new settings. Now I have got them and GPRS is back. This time with much more power and speed and that too free.
Here are the new settings.

  • Access point name: airtelmms.com
  • Proxy server address: 100.1.200.211
  • Proxy port number: 8080
Enjoy for as much time as you can.

(Update: This hack is not working now. Airtel has firewalled this proxy also. It seems they are going to launch 3G in India and that is the reason they firewalled this server. If you want to see fun things on your mobile, type in 100.1.200.10, 100.1.200.150, 100.1.200.126 as proxy server adress and see what comes. Just for fun, they are the apache servers of airtel.)

Updated on 9th August, 2007

Free Airtel GPRS Again


After going through trials and errors, I have created new Airtel Free GPRS settings, but due to the following reasons I can't write them here:

  • This blog is being monitored by Bharti Infotel (See the image as proof)
  • Content stealers copy my settings and put them on their sites, as if they have created the Free Airtel GPRS settings themselves.
  • Airtel will firewall the adresses I write here again.

Free airtel gprs
So, If you want the new settings, Let your e-mail ID come in the comments section below.
Note: Write your email IDs in this format name{at}gmail{dot}com so that your e-mail ID doesn't come in Search engines like google.
I will mail the setting to you as soon as possible, but the keeps those secret for your own benefit.

Update August 2008: The Airtel Free GPRS has stopped working again. But, stay tuned and stay subscribed to get them as soon as we get them. Enter your email on this form to subscribe to latest updates from this blog

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