What are the Cell C MMS settings? MMS stands for Multimedia Messaging Services. It used to be very popular back in the days. People would send each other images and short video clips using the service. Today, there are better ways of doing it, such as WhatsApp and Telegram. But MMS still remains in use among some. In order to be able to send and receive MMS, you need to have the correct settings on your phone. These are usually delivered automatically the first time that you insert your SIM into the device. However, sometimes that does not happen and you are forced to manually configure MMS settings.
What are the Cell C MMS Settings?
Below are the Cell C MMS settings. The username and password sections are to be left blank.
- Name Cell C MMS
- APN MMS
- MMSC http://MMS.cmobile.co.za
- MMS Proxy220.127.116.11
- MMS Port: 8080
- APN type: MMS
You can get these settings automatically
The above settings are important if you wish to manually configure Cell C MMS settings on your phone. But on most devices, you don’t have to do things manually. That’s because you can request to have these settings delivered to your phone. You can learn more about this here.
Once you have sent the required code, you will receive all the settings that you are looking for via email. You will then need to save them onto your phone and you should be good to go from there. This works for most phones. However, there are still a lot of devices that refuse to accept OTA settings.
In this article, we gave you the Multimedia Messaging Services settings for Cell C. We noted that MMS is no longer as popular as it used to be. However, there are still a lot of people out there who rely on it for various services.
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