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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
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
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 Protocol
APN Roaming Protocol
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 Protocol
APN Roaming Protocol
Bearer
MVNO Type







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21 Comments on "Consumer Cellular APN Settings"

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Bob Romero
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The setting APN Type: default,mms,agps,supl,fota from the Main set of setting above is what has finally made it possible for me to send and receive multimedia text messages on my Samsung Galaxy S5 (Model No. SAMSUNG-SMG-900A, Android Version 5.1.1). Otherwise, I had every other setting as in the Main group above.
Thank you for putting this very helpful information out there. It was nice to know that I had 3 more sets of alternate settings to try if this hadn’t worked.

Raymond
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I have the S5 but my setting will not default. When I go back into APN setting ConsumerCellular is not default.

Tom Norris
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I have a Samsung Note 4 that I had put the Alt 2 settings in when I got the new phone about a month ago. MMS worked until I updated to Android Version 6.0.1 a week ago. (I think that was the trigger for it not sending or receiving MMS?). I have tried Alt 1, Alt 2, Main, Alt 3 settings plus the recommended settings from Consumer Cellular and they all end up not sending or receiving an MMS message. Has anyone else had problems after updating to Android Version 6.0.1?

Ray Raber
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I just bought a new Samsung Note 4 and have not been able to get it to send a text message. It will receive texts and everything else seems to work. I have tried Consumer Cellular’s tech support and they gave me basically the same APNs then gave up on me. Any other ideas?
P.S. I had the same problem with a Moto E that I bought online (not CC’s).

Keith Walburn
Guest

These setting worked for me except for the “APN Type” setting. I deleted the APN Type settings and left it default to “Not Set”. Everything worked well after that change. I found this by putting my SIM back in an old phone and using the old settings that worked. The only difference was the APN Type.

Ethan
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Confirmed working 02/22/16

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