Skinny Mobile Apn settings

Skinny Mobile apn Settings in New Zealand

Skinny Mobile apn Settings in New Zealand

Skinny Mobile Apn settings – Quick Setup guide

Skinny Mobile Apn settings – Quick Setup Guide.   In this article, we are going to help you quickly configure the mobile internet for your smartphone: android or iOS on the Skinny Mobile network, which is one of the major operators in New Zealand!   These are the most updated and fastest APN & MMS Settings you can find for Skinny

Skinny Mobile apn Settings – detail information:

As mentioned earlier, these are the fastest versions of the  Skinny mobile 4G APN Settings for your smarphone.  Please make sure you enter all the fields exactly as they appear and do not omit any part of it, as all the characters are relevant and will determine the operability of it

Name: Skinny Mobile Internet

Proxy: <Leave in Blank>
Port: <Leave in Blank>
Username: <Leave in Blank>
Password: <Leave in Blank>
Server: <Leave in Blank>

MMS proxy:
MMS port: 80
MMS protocol: WAP 2.0
Authentication type: PAP
APN type: default

Skinny Mobile apn Settings – How to configure it

Now that you have the correct apn and  mms settings, just follow these easy steps to get them correctly setup on your phone:

Skinny Mobile APN Settings for Android:  for the most majority of android devices (Samsungs, HTC; LG, Huawei, ZTE, Motorola, Nexus, etc.).  Just get into the Settings Section – then go to Mobile Networks and you will then see the Access Point Names menu.  Get in there and create a new APN

For the iPhone or iPad users, just to go – Main Screen > Setup > General > Network > Mobile Data

If everything is setup correctly, you should see the Data network indicator on the screen, it will either say 3G, H, H+, 4G or LTE, otherwise you might want to check and see if you’ve done something wrong.  We recommend you taking a look at our APN Settings troubleshooting Guide, where we will guide you through additional steps to look deeper into the issue

There are some other suggestions posted in the Skinny Mobile Support Site as well, so you can also take a look and validate the settings.

This post was last updated on October 2019.

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