What are the MTN LTE APN settings for South Africa? MTN is the second largest mobile network in South Africa. We have previously produced an article in which we talked about the MTN APN settings on Huawei routers. In this article, we will focus on MTN 4G settings on all other routers and phones. These settings should help you get internet connectivity on your device.
MTN 4G APN settings for Android devices
The following are the MTN South Africa LTE APN settings;
- Name: MTN Internet
- APN: internet
- Username: guest
- Password: Not Set
- MCC: 655
- MNC: 10
- Authentication Type: Not Set
- APN type: default
- APN protocol: Ipv4
- APN roaming protocol: Ipv4
- Enable/disable APN: APN Enabled
- Bearer: Unspecified
- MVNO type: None
- MVNO Value: Not set
What are APN settings?
APN stands for Access point name. It’s the gateway through which you get internet on your router. You absolutely need to have the correct APN settings to get internet connectivity.
If you have a router or phone that you got from MTN, it will come with the correct APN already set up. However, you may have reset your router, in which case you will need to reconfigure your device.
It’s very easy to set up the APN on any device. However, if you don’t get it right, you won’t have connectivity on your device. On Android devices, you can get the APN settings automatically. If that does not work, you will want to look for the MTN LTE APN settings to manually set things up.
You may also be required to enter the IPv4/IPv6 number for MTN
In this post we gave you the MTN LTE APN settings for Android and other devices. We noted that you need these settings to get internet connectivity on your device.
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