Net10 Wireless APN Settings

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Below are the APN settings for Net10 Wireless.

Net10 AT&T Network

The APN settings for Net10’s AT&T Network are below. Enter these values into the APN section of your phone’s Settings app. Note that field names will be different on iPhone, Android, and Windows phones.

Field Setting
APN RESELLER
AUTH_TYPE: None
MMSC http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS_PROXY proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS_PORT 80
MMS_APN_TYPE default,mms,supl

Previous APN Settings

Net10 changes the APN settings periodically when they update their network. Sometimes the older APN settings continue to work. Sometimes they stop working. Below are some of the values they used in the past.

Field Setting
APN tfdata
MMSC http://mms-tf.net
MMS_PROXY mms3.tracfone.com
MMS_PORT 80
MMS_APN tfdata
Field Setting
APN att.mvno
MMSC http://mmsc.cingular.com
MMS_PROXY 66.209.11.33
MMS_PORT 80

Net10 Verizon Network

The APN settings for Net10’s Verizon Network are below. Enter these values into the APN section of your phone’s Settings app. Note that field names will be different on iPhone, Android, and Windows phones.

Field Setting
APN TRACFONE.VZENTP
AUTH_TYPE: None
MMSC http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms
MMS_APN_TYPE default,dun,supl

Net10 T-Mobile Network

The APN settings for Net10’s T-Mobile Network are below. Enter these values into the APN section of your phone’s Settings app. Note that field names will be different on iPhone, Android, and Windows phones.

Field Setting
APN wap.tracfone
AUTH_TYPE: None
MMSC http://TF.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS_APN_TYPE default,mms,supl

Previous APN Settings

Net10 changes the APN settings periodically when they update their network. Sometimes the older APN settings continue to work. Sometimes they stop working. Below are some of the values they used in the past.

Field Setting
APN wap.tracfone
PORT 8080
MMSC http://mms.tracfone.com
MMS_APN wap.tracfone

Net10 Sprint Network

I don’t have the APN settings for Net10’s Sprint Network.


Additional Notes

What are APN Settings?

Access Point Name or APN settings tell your smartphone how to connect to the Internet and send messages. If your APN is not set correctly, you may not be able to connect to the Internet using Cellular Data, Send or Receive MMS picture messages, or Send or Receive Group Text Messages

APN Settings will NOT fix problems making phone calls, sending text messages, get a 2G, 3G, 4G, or LTE connection.

Which APN settings Should I Use?

You can look up the APN settings for your Net10 account here: Looking up Your Smartphone’s Net10 Wireless APN Settings.
Note: This only seems to work for Net10 customers using the Net10 AT&T or T-Mobile network. If you are using Net10’s Verizon network, try the APN settings above.

Your APN Settings May Be Hidden

On some smartphones, you may not be able to see the APN settings page in your phone’s settings app.  For most phones using Net10’s Verizon or Sprint Networks the APN page is hidden but the should be set automatically. For Net10’s AT&T network, the APN settings on the iPhone are hidden.

You May Not Be Able To Edit or Delete the APN Settings On Your Phone

Some Android phones will not let you edit or delete your APN settings regardless of which network you are using.

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