at&t apn settings – Step by Step Configuration

att apn setting 3G and 4G

at&t apn setting 3G and 4G

at&t apn settings – Step by Step Configuration

at&t apn settings – Step by Step Configuration.  Below we provide you the at&t apn settings for your smartphone, these values are valid for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone devices.  There are two versions of the at&t apn settings provided, one for the 3G and another for 4G (much faster and stable).

at&t apn settings 3G  or at&t apn settings wap details:

For the normal at&t apn settings, or also called at&t wap settings, these are the values you should use

Name: ATT
APN: wap.cingular
Proxy: <Leave in Blank>
Port: <Leave in Blank>
Username: wap@cingulargprs.com
Password: cingular1
Server: <Leave in Blank>
MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
MMS proxy: wireless.cingular.com
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: <Leave in Blank>
APN type: default,supl,mms
APN Protocol: Leave it to the Default one

at&t apn settings 4G details:

If you have a 4G phone (e.g. iPhone 5, Galaxy S4, HTC one, etc)  you should try using these at&t apn settings 4G.  They run faster and more stable connections.

Name: ATT HSPA+
APN: phone
Proxy: <Leave in Blank>
Port: <Leave in Blank>
Username:  <Leave in Blank>
Password:  <Leave in Blank>
Server: <Leave in Blank>
MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: <Leave in Blank>
APN type: default,supl,mms,hipri
APN Protocol: Leave it to the Default one
Bearer: leave it to the Default one

at&t apn settings – How to set it up?

Below are the steps for you to configure the att apn settings for your mobile phone:

att apn settings for Android -   For Android, you should go to  Settings > Wireless Connections > More > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.

if yo uprefer to watch a video, here it is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOm4ctxTx0I

at&t apn settings for iPhone or iPad - Main Screen > Setup > General > Network > Mobile Data.

Video instructions for the att apn settings:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fspQVMaxHko

att apn settings for Blackberry - Step by Step configuration for you blackberry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyUZHYssJQA

What are APNs or Access Point Names?

Well, an APN or Access Point Name is the combination of values that indicates to your phone how to connect to the mobile internet servers of your network provider.  These AT&T apn settings usually include a list of values such as: Name, APN, username, password, server, etc.  They are unique combinations that is only applicable to a single provider.

This att apn settings provided here are the most update ones, if by any chance this is not working, please leave us a comment below and we will try our best to assist you in getting these att apn settings working for your phone

The US AT&T Support website: http://www.att.com/esupport/index.jsp

Latest Comments
  1. C.H.

    I tried both the 3G and 4G settings, but neither worked for me. I’m using an HTC Inspire 4G. FWIW, the above instructions indicate the ‘APN Protocol’ and ‘Bearer’ fields should be left to the default value, however my phone does not include either of these fields, so I wouldn’t be able to edit them regardless.

  2. Kim

    Need apn for sharp fx plus unlocked for att network

  3. Jayme

    I called AT&T support 4 times and all they could come up with finally was that I needed to reset my phone! I used these APN settings and my phone is back on working correctly.

    • Jayme

      I have an HTC One X

      • apnsettings

        Hi Jayme, glad to know that this at&T apn settings worked for you!

  4. Brian

    Lifesaver! So for months I have been using the 3G settings on my Verizon Note 3, completely unaware there were separate settings for 4G (H+)! I was having a hell of a time sending MMS, etc! Thanks! Have my babies?

  5. Peter

    Thanks so much for doing what even ATT tech couldn’t do! Motorola Moto X is back online after OTA Android update “broke” it.

  6. David

    Great information. I just installed bootstrap to my s4 with the hyper drive rom, and I was having trouble getting the 4g to work. This worked perfect.

    • apnsettings

      Hi David, I’m glad that this att apn settings solved your issue :)

  7. limen

    Hi, THANKS!!! After 1 hour on the phone with customer service…Nothing! They could not help me! “NO, we never adjust/change the APN settings. They are assigned by the network…. bla bla bla…” You rock! Keep up the good work!

  8. FrankV

    My Galaxy S4 4G stopped receiving data just yesterday for no reason (that at&t would admit to. After following the steps you laid out :)!!! Success!

    • apnsettings

      Great, glad to know that these at&t apn settings is working for you!

  9. Matthew

    Trying to use verizon htc one 4g lte phone but can only connect to edge network! Please help!

    • apnsettings

      Hi Matthew, please make sure you are using the LTE apn settings.

  10. Margaret

    Thank you, for me it worked like magic. God bless you!

  11. John Sykas

    Setting up APN worked. Hours on the phone and numerous trips to AT&T store and they said we had to buy new phone. Set up new APN’s as above and MMS & internet now both work just ducky. Thanks

    • apnsettings

      Hi John, glad to know that you have your att apn settings working!

  12. JerryP

    I set bearer to LTE. It seems to work great with my Galaxy S4. Is there a preferred reason to leave it “unspecified”?

    • apnsettings

      Hi Jerry, there is no special reason. you can keep it as you have it.

  13. SeanDelevan

    2 Questions.

    Stupid question 1 –

    Are there spaces in this field?
    APN type: default,supl,mms,hipri

    Question 2 – I only have a choice of UNSPECIFIED for bearer. Should I leave it that way?

    • apnsettings

      Hi Sean, there is no space, but it should be a selection and not something you write… you can leave the unspecified, should be OK.

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