Cameroon: EXCLUSIVE: How to Connect to Internet Even Though Your Internet is Cut Off

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Cameroon: EXCLUSIVE: How to Connect to Internet Even Though Your Internet is Cut Off
Cameroon Journal, Yaoundé – Are you in the Northwest or Southwest region of Cameroon and your internet is still shut down? It is possible to still have your Android phone or IOS access the internet even though the gov’t has cut off internet connectivity from your part of the country – Anglophone Cameroon. All you need to start is to locate where you can access some internet capable of downloading.

Cyber Ghost VPN is the most effective app out there that can be utilized and it did work on most Android and IOS cell phones. Among other things, the app will unblock your phone data and bypasses phone blocking by government and any forms of censors. It bypasses country locks by website operators and also allows you to anonymously browse the web and send messages without gov’t’s ability to track your activity.

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However, you must have data in your phone or laptop for it to work. Once there is data in your phone, even though the internet service is blocked, cyber ghost gets in and not only unblocks it, it does so in a way that your phone and messages can never be tracked by anyone – not even by your phone company.

You can also download the windows version of it for your laptops and desktop computers.

To download and install the app for your phone, log into Google Play Store, enter the search query – Cyber Ghost VPN. Choose the free version and download. Once downloaded and installed, all you need to do is hit or press on a button that looks like a power button to activate it and you are good to go.

The settings are a little different though not difficult for laptops. Get to Download the software and follow instructions and install in your computers. It will work anywhere, not just in Cameroon.

It is important to note that even if you are at a location where your internet isn’t cut-off, this software or app remains very important. If you are in Douala or say Yaounde, you can use the app to send messages, vidoes and photos without the ability of your phone company or gov’t to track the messages you are forwarding to others. This is because, the app bypasses CAMTEL which is the sole internet distributor to MTN, ORANGE, and NEXTTEL so that even though you buying data from them, you are not being connected by them but somewhere else say in Europe, USA or maybe Russia.


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