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This verse are for those who finds it
difficult to configure there multilinks
modem to connect to the internet
without loading credit or subscribing to
their plan... First you must install your
modem (as normal) then open the window>> At the interface, click on
settings and input the following
>Username=7025064396@ (note that the front numbers varies from modem to modem. to determine yours check the back of your modem pack to know yours) >>>Password=1234 (this is default for all modems)
>>>Service number= #777 save and exit
you are done. Voilla your modem will
connect without subscription.... You can leave a comments or contributions.
Remember it's proudlyonenaija...


  1. Will it browse free?

  2. Not working! I follow the procedure and all I got was the username and password didn't match! Aniwaz in case you figure it out mail me @

    1. It did not work for you because you did not follow the steps correctly. by the way, what is the model of your multilinks modem?

    2. but if i what to connect my multilinks but if i did have username what can i do

    3. just put at the end of your username

  3. I tried it but its telling me "ppp link control was terminated". Any other way out?

  4. which of the multilinks modem are you using @abejide

  5. natureboy welldone..u are doing a nice job..Hey which setting are u talking abt pls...i hv connected but its not browsing free...pls help me,am using multilinks evdo 3G...pls am waiting

  6. @MARK This post is about how to connect your multilinks modem without subscription. If you want to browse with it for free, check out my other posts

  7. pleas PD-Proxy is not working for my multilinks... i need your help..

  8. pleas PD-Proxy is not working for my multilinks... i need your help..

  9. I tried but is not working ,usin evdo 3g bluebroadband,


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