What are the Vodacom internet settings for an iPhone? That’s a question that many have been asking. Under normal circumstances the moment you insert your SIM into your iPhone, it will automatically receive all the Vodacom settings. However, there may be times when that does not happen. Perhaps you have recently restored your phone to factory defaults. In any case, you will be looking for the settings to get internet on your iPhone.
iPhone Internet Settings for Vodacom
Below are the Vodacom internet settings for an iPhone. The blank sections are to be left empty.
- Cellular Data:
- APN: internet
- LTE Setup(Optional):
- APN: mms.vodacom.net
- MMSC: http://mmsc.vodacom4me.co.za
- MMS Proxy: 22.214.171.124
- MMS Message Size: 1048576
- MMS UA Prof URL:
How to set up Vodacom internet settings on an iPhone
How would you configure these settings on an iPhone. That will be different depending on the iPhone version that you have. But you shouldn’t have difficulty because the steps are mostly similar.
What you need to do is to go to Settings on your phone. Next, go into Cellular. From there, go to Cellular Data Network. Finally, go to APN and set up your iPhone using the details provided above. When done make sure that your changes are saved before exiting.
Here are the Vodacom APN settings for Huawei routers
What’s an APN?
APN stands for Access Point Name. It’s the gateway through which devices get access to the internet. Without the correct APN settings, your phone will not have access to the internet.
You can automatically get these settings
We have already mentioned that you usually get this settings on your phone the first time that you insert your SIM. If its a Vodacom provided phone, then it will come preconfigured with the correct settings. The above instructions are for manually setting things up.
However, you can also use a USSD code to automatically receive Vodacom internet settings on your iPhone. It’s the easiest thing to do. Follow the instructions in the provided link and you should receive a message bearing the settings that you are looking for. Save them and you should be good to go.
You may also wish to check your internet settings. Use the SA Broadband Speed testing tool. If you have further questions, go to our Vodacom discussions forum and post them there.