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

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 may 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.



Main
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
User Submitted
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
Alternate Settings 1
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNatt.mvno
Proxyproxy.mvno.ccmobileweb.com
Port80
Username
Password
Serverhttp://mmsc.cingular.com
MMSChttp://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
Alternate Settings 2
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNatt.mvno
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
Consumer Cellular User Submitted AT&T Alternate
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
Alternate Settings 3
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
CC T-Mobile
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
CC T-Mobile Alt
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
CC T-Mobile ALT 2
APN NameConsumerCellular
APNwholesale
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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
User Submitted 2
APN NameConsumer Cellular
APNccdata
Proxy
Port
Username
Password
Server
MMSChttp://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







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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Jacobus Maximus

Google Pixel 2 XL here… I had to change Name to CCLTE in order to get LTE. When I just had it set to ConsumerCellular, I was only getting H+ even though I’m in an LTE area…

Patrick
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Patrick

Had a hard time getting it set up with my aremoo m1. I found these settings to work, hope this is usually for someone else:
Name: ConsumerCellular
APN: ccdata
MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: PAP or CHAP
APN type: default,mms,supl
APN protocol: IPv4
APN roaming protocol: IPv4
Everything else gets left blank. Hope this is helpful!

Don
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Don

Thank you so much!!! Just got a new used Galaxy Note 4 to replace my dead Galaxy Note and after about 1 month I realized I couldn’t receive/send MMS text messages….found your website and plugged in the APN missing info and WALA!…now I can send/receive MMS texts!! Thanks so much again!! BTW, I made a donation…

Chris
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Chris

I am having trouble sending pictures through my messaging so I changed my APN as suggested by Consumer Cellular. Pictures will still not send. I have been trying for the past 30 minutes and when I hit send it just spins!! HELP.

Joe Paonessa
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Joe Paonessa

Has this been resolved?

BillA
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BillA

I’ve just done one with the settings below, and it works perfectly even for picture messaging.
The most common mistake people make is that they forget to fill in the “MMS Port” as: 80

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

Andrew
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Andrew

Android 9 Pie, security patch level December 5, 2018

The main settings at the top of this page worked for me except I had to change ‘MVNO Type’ to ‘GID’ or ‘IMSI’ otherwise the APN entry would disappear completely upon saving. For completeness, here are my settings:

APN Name: ConsumerCellular
APN: ccdata
Proxy:
Port:
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC: http://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: IMSI
MVNO Value: 310410x

BillA
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BillA

There’s no need to change the ‘GID’ or ‘IMSI’ at all, just leave it blank, it works perfectly fine.

Ellen
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Ellen

I cannot send or received pictures when texting on Consumer Cellular even though they have checked and reset my phone. I was always able to do so when I had ATT.

Ron Edwards
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Ron Edwards

none of these settings worked

Jonathan Rao
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Jonathan Rao

awesome thanks so much

Bri
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Bri

First solution worked for my Dads new Moto G6! Thank you so much!

Locklan
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Locklan

I have a Moto G Play phone, live in Alaska and use consumer cellular which I’m told uses at&t up here. Have tried all the listed apn’s and still can’t get data to work. Phone calls and text work fine, data is turned on.