Optus apn settings

Optus Australia APN Settings

Optus Australia APN Settings

Optus Australia Apn settings – Step by Step Setting

Optus Apn settings – Step by Step Setting.   In this article we will give you all the information need to properly setup the APN Settings for Optus Australia.  First, you will receive the information regarding the APN Settings itself, and we will then give you the step by step configuration details for your smartphone:  Be it a iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, HTC One M9, LG G4, etc.

As you may already know, the APN Settings or sometimes also called in this cased MMS Settings Optus is the group of data required for your phone to properly talk to the service provider, not only to browse internet but also send and receive picture or multimedia messages

Optus apn Settings – detail information:

Below are the unique  APN Settings  for Optus Australia, please do make sure you enter them exactly as they appear, without omitting anything on it, otherwise this will not work properly.
Name: Optus Yes Internet
APN: yesinternet
Proxy: <Leave in Blank>
Port: <Leave in Blank>
Username: <Leave in Blank>
Password: <Leave in Blank>
Server: <Leave in Blank>
MMSC: http://mmsc.optus.com.au:8002/
MMS proxy:
MMS port: 8070

MMS protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 505
MNC: 02
Authentication type: PAP
APN type: default

Optus apn Settings – Step by Step configuration

Below are the quick and easy steps to properly configure the Optus APN on your smartphone:

For those Android users, you just need slide down the notification bar and tap on the gear like icon to access the Settings area, then go to Mobile Networks and you will see Access Point Names.  Always insert a new APN instead of editing existing ones

If you are an iOS user, meaning you have an iPhone device, you need to go to the – Main Screen > Setup > General > Network > Mobile Data

You should use the APN info provided above, and once completed, you should be ready to go.  Try now to load some pages and send some picture messages to test your settings.  In case something is not working, please drop us a comment below and we’ll be more than glad to get back to you

For your reference, this is the Optus support site

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