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    Default ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    I recently switched to CC and have had good service except for a problem with internet. I have spent hours with tech support and have gotten different APN settings. I believe I have the best settings available but still no internet. all other functions are working, I also have a S2 that web browsing works fine. Here are current settings. Any users had this problem? oh yea data is turned on. One tech thought perhaps ATT had some type of APN phone lock on this device?? Thanks in advance, RD in KS

    LTE APN Settings
    Name: CC LTE
    Proxy port: Blank or not set
    Proxy push: Enabled or None
    Authentication type: secure, none or not set
    User Name <blank>
    Password <blank>
    APN : ccdata
    MMSC : http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
    MMS Proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
    MMS Port: 80
    Authentication Type: none or not set
    APN Type: default,mms,agps,supl,fota
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    Default Re: ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    Hello,

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S3, and I also use it with Consumer Cellular. These are the APN settings that worked for me.

    Name: Consumer cellular
    APN: att.mvno
    Proxy: Not set
    Port: Not set
    Username: Not set
    Password: Not set
    Server: mmsc(dot)ccmobileweb(dot)com (Put http, a colon, and 2 slashes in front of it, put a period instead of "dot")
    MMSC: mmsc(dot)ccmobileweb(dot)com (Put http, a colon, and 2 slashes in front of it, put a period instead of "dot")
    Multimedia message proxy: 66.209.11.32
    Multimedia message port: Not set
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 410
    Authentication type: PAP or CHAP
    APN type: Not set
    APN protocol: IPv4
    Bearer: Unspecified
    Mobile virtual network operator type: None

    Hope this works for you! Sorry for the confusion, the forums won't let me post "links".
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    Thumbs up Re: ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    Thanks!! These settings worked for my Galaxy S3, formerly with ATT and now with Consumer Cellular.

    I'm really glad I found this post. The Consumer Cellular folks seemed totally clueless. They never even had me navigate to the Mobile Networks settings.

    PS - Ran a Speedtest.net test on mobile network afterward. I got 6.95 down and 1.13 up. Schweet!
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    Default Re: ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    I got my friend's AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 phone to work with Consumer Cellular.
    I went to the website and the information was very vague and only works for 4g.
    I had to search up and down to get both 4G and MMS (Multimedia msg and group chat) working.

    Only one not in the picture is
    APN: att.mvno
    ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings-media.png

    Good luck to those coming in the post late!
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    Default Re: ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    You rock...saved me a ton of time with my Galaxy S6 Edge....was banging my head against the wall!!!!
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    Default Re: ATT Galaxy S3-Consumer Cellular APN settings

    Thanks so much for these settings. They worked to a degree on my Galaxy S5 with Consumer Cellular. I can at least read a group text messages, which I could not do before. I just can't respond to the message. It just sits there clocks indicating it is sending, but it never does. I am at least making some headway. I continue to look over this forum. Consumer Cellular has told me I need two APN's, which is crazy with a phone as new as this. I have to turn data off and turn it back on, which is crazy.

    Thanks again. If anyone has the option that will allow me to both read and respond to a group text message from iphone users, I would be most appreciative.

    Thanks again.
    Scappi346

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