Giffgaff APN Settings – Easy setup guide
Giffgaff apn Settings
Giffgaff apn settings – Easy setup guide. In this post we are going to show you how to quickly setup the internet or data settings for your Giffgaff phone – so that you can take advantage of the high speed 4G LTE connection that Giff Gaff offer to it’s customers!
Normally the APN Settings come by default when you install the SIM card on your phone or it will come through a network setting download from the provider, however, sometimes this doesn’t happen and it is required to manually setup the APN Settings so that you can fix any data or mms issues that you may have with your phone.
Giffgaff apn Settings – Detailed information:
Below is the latest APN Settings for GiffGaff – also referred as GiffGaff data settings. Please make sure you create a NEW APN and type in exactly the information shown below, including all characters, otherwise it might not work properly.
Username: Not Required
Password: Not Required
Server: Not Required
MMS proxy: 220.127.116.11
MMS port: 8080
Authentication type: Not Required or just leave the default value
The rest of the fields that are not listed can be left with the default value, they are normally not required.
Giffgaff apn Settings – Step by Step instructions:
If you don’t know how to setup the Giffgaff Apn settings on your phone, it’s pretty easy, for most android phones: Samsung Galaxy, HTC, LG G4, G5, etc. these are the steps:
- To access the APN Menu you need to do the following: Settings>More>Mobile networks>Access Point Names>Menu>
- As mention, inside the apn menu, please hit the menu key and select New APN, input the information provided above to correctly type in the Giffgaff APN Settings
- Save, Exit and test your phone. I strongly suggest to reboot the phone. Once completed, you should be able to use the mobile internet and send multimedia messages
You can also watch this APN SETTINGS YOUTUBE VIDEO for detail instructions.
If you are not able to browse the internet after the correct settings, please take a look at our APN Troubleshooting guide for further instructions on how to correct this