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How to browse with MTN BIS on Android Smartphone for free

This is for all android and PC users.Today we will be showing you on how to make use of your MTN BIS data work on your android smartphone.
You need to download an android app known as simple server which can be download from here
Updated version as at 01-03-2015. here

latest version as 18-03-2015. here 

NB: First and foremost,you need to subscribe to an MTN blackberry plan, any one MTN bis works be it daily,weekly or the monthly options.
We be using the MTN bis daily, to show you how this works, The MTN Bis goes for #100 with a data cap of 3GB.

How to browse with MTN BIS on Android Smartphone for free
Steps on how to browse with MTN BIS on your android smartphone
  • First subscribe to a daily MTN blackberry daily plan for #100 by sending “BISDAY” in an sms without the quote to 21600.
  • Once you have successfully subscribed to the MTN one day blackberry  
  • To deactivate auto renewal of the blackberry Z10 plan dial *229*0#
  • Next is to create a new access point like this
  • Name: MTN daily bis
  • Apn: “web.gprs.mtnnigeria.net”
  • IP:
  • Port:8080
  • username and password leave it blank 

Now Go to the simple server you downloaded earlier and setup with the following settings

  • Proxy host:
  • Proxy port: 8080
  • Injection method: get
  • Injection querry/url: http://web.blackberry.com
  • Injection host: web.blackberry.com
  • Injection line press your keyboard enter key four times
  • log level: debug

 Connect and surf.

Note: To get the most from this, you need to power it with Proxy Droid which can be downloaded from the Google play store or from  here

Setup the Proxy Droid with these settings

  • Host: 
  • Port: 8080

 Connect and surf till kingdom come

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  1. is the bisday #100 or #120?

  2. correct guy, thanks

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