1. anon(9072051)'s Avatar
    Why do some carriers (like T-Mobile) require the use of separate Access Point Names/Settings for specific kinds of data (like MMS) on some phones (like the Nexus 6)?

    The T-Mobile Nexus 6 APN list includes one "T-Mobile MMS" APN (which has no selectable radio button alongside it) and 6 "optional" APNs (which are attached to radio buttons) for different pre-paid/post-paid users.

    Is it a connection-quality decision or just an account-type/billing decision to split APN types into multiple APNs?
    06-03-2015 02:38 PM

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