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Five ways to Get Free Access to the Internet




Ever wished to get connected to the internet immediately but no idea where or how? We hope that these five ways to get free internet access can help you in your dire need.

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Sometimes the best things in life are free, and a speedy internet connection can be seen as a godsend when we need it the most. While we wish for telecoms to provide full free internet services such as Freedom Pop over in the US, we rely on these methods to access the world wide web for free and keep ourselves updated.

Subscribe to Free Internet Services. If you want it to be the safe and hassle-free way, then there’s the current Free internet/FB promos by the top telecoms in the country. Smart currently upgraded their free internet service to add Free FB on top of the already existent 30MB free data per day, and a one-time registration which resets your free internet counter back to 30MB was implemented instead of daily subscriptions. That one ends a little less than a month from now. Globe, on the other hand, only has Free FB.


Use an app. There are free apps on the stores that can allegedly provide free internet. One is Psiphon, an app on the Google Play store that can access everything on the Internet with its own VPNs and censorship circumvention tools, touted as ‘the best tool for accessing the open Internet‘.

Configure phone network settings. Another way to circumvent and bypass the current network restrictions is to change your APN settings. There are a lot of those floating around other phone-centric websites. Tried a few of them before, and they work. If you’re not careful enough, chances are you’ll get your phone number blocked or the network will reverse your settings back to the original.

Use free Wifi in establishments. Malls, fastfood chains, coffee shops, and restaurants now offer free internet service as part of its consumer perks to lure customers. This seems to be a top choice for students when they choose an establishment to stay on for reviews and group meetings. Some can be accessed upon a purchase, others by just visiting alone. SM Supermalls lets you access its WiFi connection for strictly an hour everyday, and Ayala Malls needs your Facebook credentials to access its free internet service.

Scan your neighborhood for unlocked WiFi connections. No, seriously. If you have a neighbor whose unsecured WiFi connection is within your home’s reach, it’s your best bet to access the web without leaving your home too far. Don’t forget to ask for permission to gain access to it as a sign of courtesy.

Using the internet has always been a right for everyone, and these are some of the ways you can get them at your fingertips. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments section below.



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47 Responses

  1. Miguel Cristiano says:

    Is circumventing even legal? Hahaha. Another way to get free access to the Net is to go to school. Yes, literally to study and gain access to the school’s Net. And ofcourse, to land a good job to pay for your bills. (That’s not free anymore. Anyway, I hope you got my point) Haha. Cheezy, but it’s reality.

  2. asdf says:

    Hinda ba parang hacking na to?
    Hindi natin dapat ineencourage yung iba na mag bypass ng internet kung alam nman nting mgiging kapahamakan nila to

    • GNx007 says:

      are you stupid? haha alam mo ba ibig sabihin ng “hacking”? bigla akong natawa at nasura sa nabasa ko sayo

    • bryan_mmx says:

      agree with GNx007

      naawa ako sa mga real hackers. sobrang na degrade ang term ng hacking, to the point na pati yun naiwan naka log in ang facebook at kinalikot ng ibang tao “hacked” na ang tawag.

    • asterisk says:

      @bryan_mmx, how do you define hacking? and what do you know about hacking? baka puro wimax lang alam mo, b0b0.

  3. KLC^ says:

    5.there’s no such thing as that.

  4. ceegii63 says:

    galing oh palaman sa gitna ung illegal para di pansin hahaha

  5. Don Quintos says:

    try Manila Free Public WiFi now very strong and fast along Taft Ave.

  6. omar1234ph says:

    really?!? this article is wrong in many ways.

  7. anon says:

    ‘Using the internet has always been a right for everyone’

    Sense of entitlement.

    At kung gumagamit man kayo ng illegal, wag naman ipangalandakan.

  8. anonymous says:

    this is not a good article, the 3rd and last options are illegal and know your own risk… you should apply REVIEW process on your articles and not just post for the sake of your own goodness and contribution… geesh have some civilized writings!

  9. accel says:

    Wow, another self-centered “article” from one of Yugatech’s incompetent contributors. No wonder why this site’s credibility has gone way down the sink!

  10. yugatroll says:

    ANO BA YAN YUGATECH! MUKHANG NAMALI PAGCOPY AND PASTE MO SA ISANG BLOG AH? PATI BA NAMAN TO? LOL

  11. Mirror says:

    I honestly like this article. I don’t see the technical manipulation as illegal. Thanks!

  12. Akuma says:

    pang desperado sa mga patay gutom na walang pang internet

  13. Roderick "aka DICK" says:

    So YugaTech is now a site encouraging its users to resort into the darkest ways possible to gain internet access. Great.

  14. accel says:

    Seriously, anyone who wants to have internet access should just get a decent job and quit being leecher. Damn people these days.

  15. Josh says:

    Hingiin na lang natin yung signal booster na nakuha sa NBP. :)

  16. archie says:

    Tips to have secure unlimited internet connection:
    1. Get a job/ Sell something
    2. Get salary/ Make profit
    3. Apply for dsl or phone plan
    4. Pay the fucking bill regularly
    5. Stop being a beggar and mediocrity fanatic

    • Yabang Mo says:

      Ang galing at ang yaman mo pala e bat di ka na lang gumawa ng sarili mong blog. Tingnan lang natin kung may sira ulong magbasa. Hambog na Kumag!

    • archie says:

      @yabangmo Ulol na maramdaming bata, magsipag ka at magtrabaho para hindi ka nanlilimos sa mga kailangan mo sa buhay. Puro kayo iyak at hingi ng libre. Hambog na kung hambog kesa naman sa palamunin at umaasa sa internet ng ibang tao.

    • rape says:

      ^ tinamaan ka ba?

      Nakakainis kayong mga pusali squatter kayo puro kayo asa sa ibang tao! bumalik na kayo sa mga probinsya nyo mga pusali!

    • rape says:

      yung comment ko para kay yabang mo na squatter na palaging nasa piso net na pusali. yuck. mga tamad

  17. Tony says:

    Pang desperado lang ang makakuha ng free internet. Daming namang bundles na promo ang both network. Kung ginagwa mo yung mga free net in illegal way, obvious na PG ka na.

  18. zero says:

    sangla nyo cp nyo sa kapitbahay na may wifi tas kinabukasan kunin nyo agad hahaha free wifi na XD

  19. Roy says:

    The plan was to write an article about hacks. Then realizing they’re not really good at it and that it’s a violation in Google’s Webmaster guidelines, they came up with this.

    Misleading.

  20. carl lamiel says:

    pambihira naman… dito kapa tumira ng illegal. pwede naman sa ibang lugar… tao ka lang at nagkakamali… next time ah!

  21. Oona says:

    For a moment I thought Yugatech.com was hacked and injected with this article. Ang hirap kasi dami gusto magbisyo pero ayaw magbayad.

  22. ISIS says:

    YABANG NAMAN NI ARCHIE..TSK2 DI MAGANDANG HALIMBAWA..MAYABANG KA

    • archie says:

      E ikaw batang hamog na walang ginawa kundi mag Lol sa baon na bigay ng nanay mo, magandang ehemplo ka ba sa kapwa mo? May nalalaman ka pang ganyan. Wag kang pulubi paghirapan mo ang internet mo. Samahan mo yung mga magulang ng mga batang hamog umiyak kayo sa gobyerno. Lahat ng kailangan nyo dapat libre di ba? Mga parasite wahahaha

  23. lawrence says:

    Really? Yugatech is now endorsing not-so-legal means?

    Well at least you warned everyone, “If you’re not careful enough, chances are you’ll get your phone number blocked.”

    Really? I’m pretty sure I’ve seen the Telco’s (Globe, Sun and Smart) advertising on this site. How would you feel if you were the Telco and you see this article?

    Really?

    • lawrence says:

      Carl Lamiel, sana naman bago mo na-post ang article, inisip mo na isa sa mga bumubuhay sa site na ito ay ang ads, kung saan ay madalas na merong ads ang Smart, Globe at Sun.

      Tsk…

  24. kumag says:

    alam nyo ibigsabihin ng free?? dami nyo alam hahaha

  25. anti-matter says:

    Next Yugatech blog article: How to crack your neighbor’s wifi network security key.

  26. psiphonfilter says:

    Tanga, hindi pang illegal internet access ang Psiphon.

    Sabi nga ng mga creators nila, ginawa nila yan para sa kapakanan ng mga naninirahan sa mga bansa na “kalaban ng internet” tulad ng Tsina.

  27. shutter says:

    lupit ng mga suggestion. Ang hirap isipin ng mga naisip mo sa column mo na ‘to. hahahaha

  28. damarkcus says:

    Sharing some efficient tips on getting wifi free or at least a minimum amount

    1. Acquire a 7/11 Rewards Card you can have 15 mins free internet for every 1 point you acquire which is worth 50 Php (this is good if you always purchase goods at 7/11 )

    2. Buy the Coffee bean Swirl Card for 195 Php to gain wifi access to all Coffee bean shops (This is a For life access so it’s quite a steal and its fast) no purchase is required promise

    There are some legal ways to get a decent Internet with a least amount to spend

  29. JohnLloy says:

    ang saya talaga mag basa ng comments dito xD

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