What are the Cell C APN settings for an iPhone? You are here because you wish to find that information. Under normal circumstances, the first time that you insert your CellC SIM into your iPhone, it will automatically receive all the required internet and MMS settings. But if that does not happen, or if you have reset your phone, you may need to set up the Cell C internet settings for your iPhone.
Cell C APN Internet Settings for an iPhone
The following are the Cell C APN settings for your iPhone;
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You should also set up the Cell C MMS settings for your iPhone. Again, you will get these settings automatically in most instances. However, there are times when this needs to be done manually.
- APN: mms
- Username: blank
- Password: blank
- MMSC: http://mms.cmobile.co.za/
- MMS Proxy: 196.031.116.250
- MMS Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL: blank
How to set up the Cell C APN Settings on an iPhone
The following is how to set up the Cell C APN settings on an iPhone;
- Go to Settings.
- Next, click on General.
- Click on Network.
- Now go to Cellular Data Network.
- Enter the Cell C APN Internet settings given above.
- Save your changes and exit.
- Make sure that the new APN profile is selected before exiting and restarting your phone.
What are APN settings?
The APN is the gateway through which you get internet on your iPhone. It’s how your phone gets connected to the internet. Without these settings, you will not be able to get connectivity on your device.
We have already noted that in most instances, you will automatically receive the Cell C internet settings for your iPhone the first time that you insert your SIM into the device. But that does not always happen and you may be forced to manually set up your APN settings.
In fact, APN settings are important. If you do not have the correct settings on your device, you will not have internet. They are also the first port of call should you have problems with connectivity on your device.
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