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Consumer Cellular APN Settings

Fix your MMS picture messaging and data internet problems with one of the APN settings listed.

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Please note: It is very IMPORTANT that you follow all the formatting shown in the APN text settings.

If you see something capitalized, then capitalize it in your settings. If you see a comma, use a comma, if there are no spaces between the comma and other words, then don't make spaces between them and the words in your settings. If you don't follow this advice, your APN settings will not work properly, and your internet and/or mms picture messaging will not work. Last, you are likely visiting this page because you can't get your mms or data to work properly. Prior to switching to one of the settings listed here, it is recommended that you delete all the other non working APN settings on your phone. After applying the new settings, be sure to save them, and then select one. If you still find they don't work, try rebooting your phone. If you still don't have success, leave a comment so the issue can be looked into. If you find you have APN settings that work and are different than listed here, feel free to share the settings in the comments section or send an email so that the database can be updated. If you need to send an email for any other reason, please list what phone you are using and which carrier/MVNO that you are having trouble getting your APN to work with.

How To Find To Your APN Settings To Change Them

iPhone Settings

APN settings on the iPhone can be difficult to change because in many cases Apple blocks full access to the settings unless you jailbreak and thus hack the phone. For those of you that do have access to the settings they can be found by going to either Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options > Cellular Network OR Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Options > Mobile Data Network. Once there you can either tap to reset settings to default or manually edit them. Alternatively, you can also check for automatic configuration by going to settings" followed by "general" and then "about." If a carrier profile update is available you'll see a notification for it there.

Android APN Settings

If you have an Android device, getting to the settings will vary a bit based on the manufacturer of your device and the version of Android that you have. In general you can access them by going to "settings" then "wireless networks" or something similar like "network & internet" then mobile network and finally Access Point Names. You may want to delete whatever settings are there before attempting to add one of the new ones shown below. You may also first want to try resetting APNs to the defaults by clicking the 3 dot menu and resetting them.

I currently have a Samsung Galaxy S8 active, and to get to my APN settings I must go to "settings" then "connections" followed by "mobile networks" and finally "Access Point Names."



Suggested APN Settings Main
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxyproxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypeNone
APN Typedefault,mms,agps,supl,fota
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeNone
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings User Submitted
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxyproxy.mvno.ccmobileweb.com
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypeNone
APN Typedefault,mms,supl
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeNone
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings Alternate 1
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNatt.mvno
Proxyproxy.mvno.ccmobileweb.com
Port80
Username
Password
Serverhttps://mmsc.cingular.com
MMSChttps://mmsc.cingular.com
MMS Proxy66.209.11.32
MMS PortNot set
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypePAP or CHAP
APN Typenot set
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeNone
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings Consumer Cellular User Submitted AT&T Alternate
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxyproxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypeNone
APN Typedefault,mms,agps,supl,fota
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeIMSI
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings Alternate 2
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNatt.mvno
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.cingular.com
MMS Proxyproxy.mvno.ccmobileweb.com
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypeNone
APN Typedefault,mms,supl
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeNone
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings Alternate 3
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxyproxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypeNone
APN Typedefault,mms,supl
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeNone
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings T-Mobile Main
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy
MMS Port
MCC310
MNC260
Authentication Type
APN Typedefault,supl,mms
APN ProtocolIPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv6
Bearer
MVNO Type
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings T-Mobile Alt 2
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy
MMS Port
MCC310
MNC260
Authentication Type
APN Typedefault,mms,agps,supl,fota
APN ProtocolIPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv6
Bearer
MVNO Type
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings T-Mobile Alternate 2
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC260
Authentication Typenot set
APN Typedefault,mms,supl,hipri
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
BearerUnspecified
MVNO TypeGID
MVNO Type
Suggested APN Settings User Submitted 2
APN NameConsumer Cellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttps://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxyproxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port80
MCC310
MNC410
Authentication TypePAP or CHAP
APN Typedefault,mms,supl
APN ProtocolIPv4
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4
Bearer
MVNO Type
MVNO Type






If you tried the above and nothing at all works for you, your phone shows no signal and you still can’t place calls, send texts and use data, your phone is either not compatible with the Consumer Cellular network or you have a bad SIM card and should request a new one from Consumer Cellular.

If you can use some parts of the phone like make calls and send texts but can not connect to the internet or send MMS your SIM card is fine but your phone may not be compatible with the network. It may also be that you still haven’t found a working APN for your device. You should also double check your APN settings and make sure you haven’t accidentally added a space, or comma to a setting when there shouldn’t be any.


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Buzz
Buzz
8 months ago

I went to Consumer Cellular and put in what they said and could not get my phone to connect to the mobile internet. I came to this page and put in the top one, which is different and everything started working. Thanks for making it easy.

Janine Weaver
Janine Weaver
9 months ago

Where do you go for APN settings? How to get there? Help I have Galaxy S10+ was AT&T now with Consumer Cellular. Was working before now can’t get MMS pictures to download.

Roger
Roger
9 months ago

Hi, I have two LG thinq G7’s from Verizon. Phones worked fine on Verizon network. Before switching to CC, I checked with them & they said the phone will work on their network with AT&T or T Mobile. Phone is unlocked & activated on CC network with an AT&T sim card. Phone makes calls, basic texts & internet works fine. Phone will not send or receive pics in texts. It does receive & send pics in e mail. . Worked with CC, tried numerous APN settings, & did a factory reboot and still no pics with with text messages. After reboot, CC said phone will not work on the CC network. Tried LG and they say”its not our problem go to CC”. These phones are only 2 months old!!!! Any way to get them to work on CC with the ATT towers ? It must have something to do with the way Verizon set up the phone for their network which is not wiped in a factory reboot. HELP !!!

Thomas Collar
Thomas Collar
1 year ago

Hello. I have an LG V30 Thinq . In May of 2019 I switched my phone from At&t to Consumer Cellular. It was working fine until a MAJOR Software update happened over the weekend of 10/4/2019. Now, I can only make phone calls and texts. My data no longer works. The only time I can use my internet is when my phone is connected to WiFi. This list doesn’t work. How do I fix it?

Dave W.
Dave W.
1 year ago

Hi, Getting ready to purchase a Huawei phone (model P30 factory unlocked GSM). I believe this phone has all the bands that CC should work on (as MVNO on AT&T).
My question is does anyone have a late model Huawei phone that they are using on Consumer Cellular using these APN settings (AT&T preferably) or something different? Any help or comments would be appreciated!
Thank you 🙂

help4u
help4u
1 year ago

Hey Everyone – if you are on a CCI ATT SIM and have a Samsung or Google device that is having issues with MMS these settings may help. I am a current senior tech for Consumer Cellular and this is my go to APN setting when all else fails. NOTE: APN Settings need to be typed exact, the slightest typo can negate the entire APN.

APN Name ConsumerCellular
APN ccdata
Proxy
Port 80
Username
Password
Server https://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMSC https://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxy proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port 80
MCC 310
MNC 410
Authentication Type None
APN Type default,mms,agps,supl,fota
APN Protocol IPv4
APN Roaming Protocol IPv4
Bearer Unspecified
MVNO Type None
MVNO Type

Lora F
Lora F
1 year ago

This worked great!

Helen Bradbury
Helen Bradbury
1 year ago

My husband and I have Oneplus 5 phones, we got new t-mobile sims to replace our AT&T sims so that we could have international roaming on vacation. After we inserted them and activated them we had no data or text and the APN is not editable (it has the t-mobile Alt 2 settings above). After a few hours of head bashing with customer service reps and trying the sims in an unlocked Samsung Galaxy 8 as well we discovered (thanks to YouTube) that clearing the cache, powering off the phone and then inserting the SIM resolved the problem.

Audrey Dinkel
Audrey Dinkel
1 year ago

I Have a motoG5 plus . I can’t send or receive pictures. We just got the t-mobile sims card. Could someone send the settings please.

KevinR
KevinR
1 year ago

I have a new LG G7 and cannot get MMS working. I did receive one MMS ealier int he week then it seems to have stopped working sometime since then. I cannot send or receive MMS at all now.

I cannot use any of the settings that have MNC as 410 as the phone will refuse to save the entry and will kick me back to a wiped APN screen. Then I have to start all over.

I have factory reset the phone and still have no luck.

CC says, I guess it isn’t supported. Tough cookies.

I’ve tried all the other setting and variations of them as well. Any suggestions?

Ja La
Ja La
1 year ago

After I moved I switched from an ATT sim to a Tmobile wifi-calling capable card as I was having signal problems inside my home and wifi-calling was an absolute must have. Everything worked fine except the all critical wifi-calling. After attempting to create from scratch and install/reinstall the APN settings a half dozen times (per CC website) and spending way too much time with customer service on the phone reviewing each line, resetting my phone, and then telling me to keep everything else “as is” default, but UNAWARE the “MVNO” type was defaulting to “GID” on my specific phone when it should be “NONE”…I was ready to give up and change companies, but continued to research and was able to resolve.

The info on this website and the contributions are very useful. Talk about the importance of formatting…I subsequently contacted CC and strongly suggested they include ALL APN lines settings (whether they should be set to “NONE or not) below “APN Type” on their website to avoid this kind of confusion.

Tommy D
Tommy D
1 year ago

I have a Umidigi 1 phone and everything I set up an APP it works; then overnight my new SON disappears. Does anyone know how to get it to stay on?