Q: How do I get free internet where I should have none?
A: Use tcp-over-dns tunnelling software.
We'll show you how.
How it works
DNS stands for "Domain Name System". The purpose of DNS is convert a domain name, such as "analogbit.com" to an ip address, such as "220.127.116.11". The interesting thing about DNS queries is that they are usually recursive queries. This means that if a server doesn't know the answer for a domain name, it is allowed to ask other servers for the answer. So while a firewall or restrictive ISP may filter regular internet traffic they probably overlooked DNS traffic.