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Updated: How to Setup Straight Talk & NET10 Data and MMS on Android, iPhone & Windows Phone

Straight Talk and NET10, which are both part of Tracfone, are mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs ),  that offer prepaid unlimited talk, text and data plans for $45 (Straight Talk) or $50 (NET10).  Both MVNOs sell "BYOP" (Bring Your Own Phone) SIMs that let use your own GSM phone with the service. The service is very popular because of the price but there are some hurtles in getting data and MMS working with Straight Talk and NET10 if you are using your own phone. Here are answers to common questions about using the GSM BYOP program with your own AT&T, T-Mobile or unlocked GSM phone.

What Networks do Straight Talk and NET10 use?
Straight Talk and NET10  offer both AT&T based SIMs and T-Mobile based SIMs.

What phones work?
Any AT&T or T-Mobile phone except for Blackberrys will work for at least voice and text. AT&T and T-Mobile phones do not need to be unlocked as long as you use a NET10 or Straight Talk AT&T SIM with AT&T phones and  a Straight Talk or NET10 T-Mobile SIM with T-Mobile phones.

You can also use an unlocked GSM phone provided it supports the proper radio bands:

  • 850 Mhz and 1900 Mhz for voice, SMS and low speed (2G: GPRS and Edge) data with any Straight Talk or NET10 SIM.
  • UTMS band V (850 Mhz) and band II (1900 Mhz) for high speed (3G and HSPA+ 4G) data with an AT&T SIM.
  • UTMS band IV (1700 Mhz) for the best high speed (3G and HSPA+ 4G) data coverage with a T-Mobile SIM. Phones that support band II (1900 Mhz) will get high speed data in some places with a T-Mobile SIM.
  • LTE band 17 (700 Mhz) for 4G LTE data with an AT&T SIM
To use Straight Talk with your own compatible phone you need to buy a Straight Talk SIM card which is available from straighttalksim.com for $15 plus tax. Shipping is free. Straight Talk SIMs are also available for the same price at walmart.com and some Walmart stores.

NET10 SIMs are available from www.net10sim.com for $14.99 and for under $5 from Amazon and eBay and from independent mobile phone shops.

Are there any disadvantages to using Straight Talk or NET10 with my own phone?
Definitely, there are three that I'm aware of.

1) Very limited customer support. There is no hand holding and you are on your own when it comes to setting up your phone. You will need to change settings on your phone to get data and picture messaging to work.

2) Manual setup is required: Configuring data and MMS picture messaging on Android phones involves changing a few settings but isn't hard and this post will show you how to do it.

MMS settings are locked on phones running Windows Phone versions older than WP 8.0. Both data and MMS settings are hidden on iPhones using AT&T based SIMs. There are ways to get around Apple and Microsoft's stupidity in blocking users from critical settings, but it takes more work than with Android. There's currently no way to get MMS working on some Windows Phones running WP 7.8 and earlier.

3) "Unlimited" data isn't really unlimited. There's a 2.5 GB/month "soft" data cap. After 2.5 GB is used, data speeds are reduced to about 128 Kbps for the rest on the plan month.

Straight Talk and NET10 prohibit video streaming and tethering (using your phone as a modem to provide data to a laptop, tablet or other device) and throttle or shut off your data before you reach 2,.5 GBif they detect video streaming or tethering.

On the other hand voice and messaging does seem to be truly unlimited, at least I've never heard of NET10 or Straight Talk  terminating or restricting anyone's service for talking or texting too much.

Update 2/7/2014: Straight Talk have new How To Update Data Settings Web pages. Straight Talk's is www.straighttalk.com/wps/portal/home/support/apn/ and Net10's is at www.net10.com/byop_apn/index.jsp. They are supposed to provide account and phone specific instructions. You need to enter your phone number or SIM ID for settings and instructions to get the instructions. I recommend trying Straight Talk or NET10's settings first. If they don't work, try the ones below:

How to setup Straight Talk data and picture messaging on Android
Follow the instructions that came with the SIM to activate it online at straighttalksim.com or www.net10sim.com or by calling 1-855-222-2355. Insert the SIM in the phone and turn it on. Make a test call to be sure your SIM really is active. Sometimes it takes a little while for the activation to process. If you still can't make voice calls after an hour, call Straight Talk's dedicated BYOP SIM support number at 855-222-2355. There's no point in trying to set up data until the SIM is active. Once you can make calls:

1. On the Android Home Screen, press the Menu key, then tap  Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.
2. You should now be on the APNs screen (image below, left), press the Menu key and tap "New APN"
3. Enter the values listed below in each field. There are additional fields on the screen that aren't listed below, leave them blank.

To make things confusing Straight Talk and NET10 keep changing the settings for AT&T based SIMs. SIMs activated since June.2013 should be using the new settings But many accounts are still using the old values. Try the "New" settings first, if they don't work try the "Old" settings. If you have a phone that supports AT&T LTE band 17 you must use the "New" APN settings to get LTE and may also need a new SIM.

Straight Talk Android Setup
AT&T SIM "New" Settings AT&T SIM "OLD" Settings T-Mobile SIM
Name Straight Talk or NET10 Straight Talk or NET10 Straight Talk or NET10
APN tfdata att.mvno 1 wap.tracfone
Proxy Leave blank 2 Leave blank 2 Leave blank 6
Port 80 80 8080
MMSC http://mms-tf.net 3 http://mmsc.cingular.com http://mms.tracfone.com
MMS Proxy 66.209.11.33 66.209.11.33 4 Leave blank 6
MMS Port 80 80 Leave blank
MCC 310 310 310
MNC 410 410 260
Authentication Type PAP PAP Leave blank
APN Type default,supl,mms 5 default,supl,mms 5 default,supl,mms 5
1 If you get no data with att.mvno, try wap.tracfone in the APN field
2 Straight Talk recommends using  proxy.mvno.tracfone.com but doing so causes speedtest.net and some other sites to be blocked. There are no known problems with leaving the proxy field blank.
3 If MMS doesn't work try setting the MMSC to http://mmsc.cingular.com
4 If MMS doesn't work try changing the MMS proxy to 66.209.11.32.
5  If the APN Type field is a dropdown, choose "internet+mms". If MMS isn't working try changing the APN type to default,mms or leaving it blank.
If data or MMS don't work try using 216.155.165.40 in the proxy and MMS proxy fields.

4. Press the Menu key and tap Save.
5. Set the Straight Talk APN as the active APN by tapping the radio button to its right until it turns green as shown in the image below right.
6. Delete any other APNs if possible. To delete, tap the APN name to open it, then press the Menu key and tap delete. Some phones won't let you delete the Operator (AT&T or T-Mobile) APNs. If that's the case just be sure the Straight Talk APN is selected as indicated by the green dot next to it (image below, right.
7. Turn the phone off and back on and try to open a web page. If it doesn't work see the troubleshooting section below.


Android specific troubleshooting
:
If you have followed the above steps and data does not work, go back to the  Access Point Names screen and be sure that the Straight Talk APN is still selected. If it's not, re-select it and try opening a page in the browser. Double check all the entries on the APN setup screen. A missing or extra space, period or other character will keep data and/or picture messaging from working.

Some phones tend to switch back to the AT&T or T-Mobile APN. If this is happening try to delete the other APNs. If the APNs are locked and the delete button is disabled go to the Play Store on the phone and install the APN Backup and Restore App by Ritesh Sahu. Use the app to backup your APNs and then delete the APNs. It will delete all of them, so you will have to re-add the Straight Talk one. APN Backup and restore doesn't wth with phones running Android 4.0 or latter but a similar app called Tweakker does.

How to setup Straight Talk data and picture messaging on the iPhone:
Follow the instructions that came with the SIM to activate it online at straighttalksim.com or www.net10sim.com or by calling 1-855-222-2355. Insert the SIM in the phone and turn it on. Make a test call to be sure your SIM really is active. Sometimes it takes a little while for the activation to process. If you still can't make voice calls after an hour, call Straight Talk's dedicated BYOP SIM support number at 855-222-2355. There's no point in trying to set up data until the SIM is active. Once you can make calls:

For T-Mobile based SIMs only:

  • Go to Settings > General > Cellular
  • Verify that Cellular Data Network is set to On.
  • Select Cellular Data Network.
  • In the Cellular Data Section enter the following values:
  • APN: wap.tracfone
  • Leave the Username and Password fields blank.
  • In the MMS section enter the following values:
  • APN: epc.tmobile.com
  • Leave the Username and Password fields blank.
  • MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com
  • MMS Proxy: leave blank
  • MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
  • MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
  • Press the Home button to save the APNs and exit to the main screen.
  • Go to Settings > Messages
  • Set MMS Messaging to On
  • Press the Home button to save and exit to the main screen.
  • Turn the device off and on
  • Turn WiFi off (Settings > WiFi) and test connectivity and picture messaging
AT&T based SIMs: iPhones will recognize a Straight Talk or NET10 AT&T SIM as an AT&T SIM and configure themselves for AT&T postpaid and then lock the settings so they can't be changed.

To override the AT&T settings, you need to use a Straight Talk webapp to push the Straight Talk/NET10 data settings to the phone using WiFi. This will configure data (browsing, email, etc.), but not picture messaging, on any iPhone, whether jailbroken or not:
If data doesn't work it may be because your NET10 or Straight Talk account is configured to use the "old" settings. To setup your iphone with the old settings:

  • Connect to WiFi and go to  http://unlockit.co.nz/ with Safari on the iPhone.
  • On the Unlockit site, tap "Create APN".
  • Choose County: United States, Carrier: Straight Talk and tap the "Create APN" button.
  • Tap "Install".
  • Turn the phone off and on and test that the web works.

There are several ways to setup MMS picture messaging on the iPhone that's using an AT&T based NET10 or Straight Talk SIM. The methods and steps vary depending the model of the iPhone and whether or not the phone is jail-broken and/or unlocked.

Here are instructions that work for phones whether they are jail-broken or not. This method works on the locked and unlocked iPhone 5S, 5C, 5 and 4S but the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 need to be unlocked.

You will need a non-AT&T, non-AT&T MVNO SIM card. A T-Mobile SIM or a non US SIM will work. The SIM can be active, inactive or expired :
  • Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings to clear out any old settings
  • Turn off WiFi
  • Insert the T-Mobile or other non-AT&T compatible SIM card
  • Start up the Notes app,
  • Double tap the Home button to put Notes in the background
  • Tap Home and go to Settings > General > Cellular. Be sure that Mobile Data  is "ON"
  • When "Cellular Data Network" appears tap it.
  • Double tap the Home button to bring up the multitasker and switch to Notes
  • Remove the non-AT&T SIM card and replace it with the AT&T MVNO SIM
  • Wait for the signal bars reappear and 3G or 4G icon to appear at the top of the screen and 
  • Double tap the Home key to bring up Multitasking and switch back to Settings
  • Enter the following settings. Use the "New" settings, if they don't work try the old settings (NET10/Straight Talk is in the process of changing every AT&T users settings)
  • In the Cellular Data section, enter:
    • APN: tfdata (or att.mvno for older accounts)
    • Leave the Username and Password fields blank.
  • In the MMS section enter the following values:
    • APN: tfdata (or att.mvno for older accounts)
    • Leave the Username and Password fields blank.
    • MMSC: http://mms-tf.net (or http://mmsc.cingular.com:80 for older accounts)
    • MMS Proxy 66.209.11.33:80
    • MMS Max Message Size: 1048576
    • MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
  • Press the Home button to save the APNs and exit to the main screen.
  • Go to Settings > Messages
  • Set MMS Messaging to On
  • Press the Home button to save and exit to the main screen.
  • Turn the device off and on
The process is a little tricky, especially with iOS7.  If you get stuck, this YouTube video by Paul W :



Apple or AT&T occasionally sends "Carrier updates" over the air to iPhones using AT&T based SIMs. These updates reset the iPhone's data settings to the default AT&T ones which do not work with NET10 or Straight Talk. If your data stops working after a carrier update you need redo the settings.

How to setup Straight Talk data and picture messaging on 
Windows Phone
Follow the instructions that came with the SIM to activate it online at straighttalksim.com or www.net10sim.com or by calling 1-855-222-2355. Insert the SIM in the phone and turn it on. Make a test call to be sure your SIM really is active. Sometimes it takes a little while for the activation to process. If you still can't make voice calls after an hour, call Straight Talk's dedicated BYOP SIM support number at 855-222-2355. There's no point in trying to set up data until the SIM is active. Once you can make calls:

Data Only Setup:
To set up data on any Windows Phone:
1. Tap the arrow icon in the top right corner of the home screen to go to the main menu.
2. Tap Settings > Cellular and set Data connection to On.
3. Tap Add apn (WP7) or Add internet apn (WP8).
4. On the APN Settings screen enter tfdata (or att.mvno for older customers) in the APN field   if you are using an AT&T SIM.
If you are using a T-Mobile SIM, enter wap.tracfone.  Leave the other fields blank. Tap the disk icon to save the settings
5. Be sure WiFi is off. Open the browser and test your connection by trying to load a website.

MMS and Data Setup:

Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 doesn't allow users to change MMS settings directly (Windows Phone 8 does). However Nokia and Samsung have both created apps that give full access to MMS and Data settings. The Nokia app works with all Nokia Windows Phone 7.n models but the Samsung app only works with the Samsung Focus Flash, Samsung Focus 2 and Samsung Focus S. It doesn't work with the original Samsung Focus.

There's no way to configure Windows 7 phones from HTC, Dell or LG to work with Straight Talk MMS.

The process of setting up MMS varies from one Windows Phone 7 model to another. There are too many variations to describe here. Fortunately there's a great site called StraightTalkWindows.com that is dedicated to helping users setup Straight Talk data and MMS on Windows phones. The MMS setup instructions include screenshots and are very detailed and easy to follow.

Windows Phone 8
With Windows Phone 8 MMS settings are fully accessible. To configure MMS on all Windows Phone 8 devices:

1. Tap the arrow icon in the top right corner of the home screen to go to the main menu.
2. Tap Settings > Cellular.
3. Tap Add mms apn.
4. On the APN Settings screen enter the following values:

For an AT&T SIM:
APN: tfdata (or att.mvno for older customers)
WAP Gateway: 66.209.11.33
WAP Gateway Port: 80
MMSC : http://mms-tf.net (or http://mmsc.cingular.com for older accounts)

For a T-Mobile SIM:
APN:wap.tracfone
WAP Gateway Port :leave blank
MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com
MMSC Port: 80

5. Leave the other fields blank. Tap the disk icon to save the settings

Troubleshooting - All Phones
If you've followed the instructions and your data or picture messaging do not work:
1) Double check your typing. Everything has to match exactly to work. A missing or extra space, period or other character will keep data and/or picture messaging from working.
2) Turn your phone off and back on and try to connect.
3) Even though the SIM is active for voice calls it can take up to an hour before the account is fully configured and data and MMS work. If your are still having problems after an hour, call Straight talk's BYOP department at 855-222-2355 and ask them to check that data is enabled on your account.
4) If you are using an AT&T SIM and the "old" settings and data sudenly stops working after your plan monthe renews, NET10/Straight Talk probably switched you to the "new" settings, refer to the instructions for your phone type above to change to the new settings.
5) If problems persist, submit a support ticket on Straight Talk or NET10's Facebook page or contact Straight Talk/NET10 "Executive Resolutions Dept." number at 1-305-715-6500, Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern time. You can also email Executive Resolutions at st.corpresolutionteam@straighttalk.com.

Updated: 19-Sept-2013: Instructions revised for iOS 7.

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  1. Just an extra info:

    Net 10 SIM started to show up at BestBuy stores at the beginning of August at $14.99 for a 3-SIM package. That's right, the package contains one AT&T standard SIM, one AT&T micro SIM, and one T-Mobile standard SIM for the price of $14.99 plus tax.

    This week, StraightTalk AT&T (presumably standard-sized) SIM started to show up at Walmart.com at $14.96. It's not available at Walmart stores, yet. But, one can order it at Walmart.com and pick it up at a walmart store or a Fedex office store. I assume, soon it will be available at store fronts.

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    1. Don't know if this helps..but I have a Samsung Note 2..did everything and couldn't get MMS with straight talk... went back and looked at the old T mobile MMSC settings...it ended in and /mms/wapenc .. I added http://mms.tracfone.com/mms/wapenc..Now it works fine!!!!

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    2. Does yourworking MMSC really end in 3 dots (...)? I've never seen that on the end of an MMSC. It makes it an invalid URL, I believe.

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    3. wow I figured it out for Samsung NOTE 2!!!! and I am getting MMS like I use to when I was on Tmobile....If you are working on a Samsung Note 2 going from Tmobile to straight talk .It just worked on my phone and faster response.... in the APN Type put this instead default,mms,supl and in the MMSC do not add the /mms/wapenc

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    4. Sorry Dennis about the dots.....it's a typing habit! meant http://mms.tracfone.com/mms/wapenc
      I am just so excited to finally be able to get MMS on my phone
      But I went back and copied the old settings...no one was ever able to get MMS to work on my unlocked Samsang note 2 I just figured it out playing around and now my MMS are coming in and out like when I was on a service contract with Tmobile! in the APN Type should be default,mms,supl

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    5. Uggg...I think I need help....I purchased the i phone 4 straight talk, verizon, last night. Called the support number. My phone works, but I can't access my voicemail or internet. My phone says wi-fi is not connected. There is no sim card. Indian lady told me last night I would not have a sim card because this phone is specific for straight talk. Can anyone help me set this thing up?
      Thanks a mil in advance!! Terri

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    6. Straight talk iPhones use the Verizon network and don't have SIM card or editable APN settings. If voicemail and data don't work Straight talk didn't setup your account correctly. You need to call them.
      For the best customer support call: 1-305-715-6500 during business hours.
      Second best support is at: 1-800-876-5753 during business hours.

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    7. I had the same problem as everyone else once I updated to the new apn. Miraculously, I downloaded Handcent (messaging app) and everything works perfectly now. I set the app as my default messaging app and all is well...for now...

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  2. Even better this past sunday i got the same 3 sim package for $9.99 plus tax at my local best buy.

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  3. If there are some good online discounts that can get the price down to less then $45 for net10 BYOD then it would be better deal over straight talk

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  4. I bought an ATT Net10 MicroSim on eBay for $1

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    1. You forgot to mention shipping.

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    2. I bought 2 ATT NET10 MicroSims on ebay for $2 and that included shipping.

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  5. There are actually sellers on eBay for Net10 AT&T cards for 99 cents including shipping...and tracking even. Ordered one recently from a store in Los Angeles - exactly the same item as I saw locally for $15 or $20 new in the package.

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  6. Re: APN settings...

    "Apple and Microsoft's stupidity in blocking users from critical settings"

    Apple does not block these settings, ATT does it.

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    1. AT&T doesn't make the phone or write the operating system.

      Apple disables the APN settings when a "known" SIM is in the phone. Unfortunately it recognizes AT&T MVNO SIMs as AT&T SIMs and automatically assigns the AT&T settings without allowing the user to change them without hacks.

      I doubt this in intentional on Apple's part, just stupid.

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  7. Before trying any of the methods to get Data and MMS to work, first be SURE SMS or regular texting is working. Try texting to yourself. If you receive it back you're OK if not call ST an they will work with you to get texting to work. THEN do the above steps and Data and MMS will finally work.

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  8. AFTER I MADE SURE DATA OVER MOBILE NETWORKS WAS ENABLED AND I HAD ADDED THE APN TYPE PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED AND I STILL COULDN'T SEND PICTURES I ENABLE BACKGROUND DATA UNDER THE SYNC ACCOUNTS IN SETTINGS AND THEN MY PICTURE MESSAGES STARTED WORKING. SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS JUST EASIER FOR ME TO SEE RIGHT NOW WITH MY EYE INFECTION. (THIS WAS ON AN AT&T AVAIL).

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    1. I can't find the enable background data nor sync accounts under settings... where do I find this????

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  9. Yeswap thank you. I had been unable to get data working on my Samsung Galaxy S1 until your article's suggestion to leave the 'proxy' APN setting blank fixed it. Dont ask my why but if I use proxy.mvno.tracfone.com no sites will load. Thanks.

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  10. I purchased my daughter a T-mobile Galaxy S2 for Christmas. I ordered her a T-mobile/Straight Talk sim card from Straighttalk.com. The phone allows you to send & receive calls. Send and receive text messages but will only allow you to send MMS but will not allow you to receive any MMS (pics). I updated APN settings in the phone and saved then restarted phone multiple times. I have also double checked to make sure that when the phone restarts it is staying on Straight Talk for the APN and not going back to T-mobile. I double checked the APN settings I put in the phone to make sure there are no missing letters, extra spaces ect. Still no luck being able to receive Pic's but will allow me to send them. Please help!!

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    1. If the settings are correct the problem is on Straight Talk's end and only they can fix it.

      Submit a support ticket on Straight Talk's Straight Talk's Facebook page or contact Straight Talk's "Executive Resolutions Dept." number at 1-305-715-6500, Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern time.

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    2. I would think all the settings are right because it allows me to send MMS, just not receive them. Everything else works perfect...just that one thing! I will try to call them on Mon and see if if they can help. I had a problem with MMS on a AT&T iphone I purchased for my daughter this spring and Straight Talk was no help at all. Never did get MMS working properly so I purchased her a new phone! Thanks for all your advice.

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    3. If the MMSC setting is wrong or if MMS isn't provisioned correctly on your account sending MMS will work but receiving won't.

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    4. Straight Talk has to fix those right?

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    5. change APN settings. select default, mms
      That will fix your picture messages

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  11. I was using the att gophone $50 unlimited plan and switched to straight talk about a few weeks ago and I bought a Samaung galaxy s2 from straight talk and my data and mms won't work. But AT&T mvno was already on my phone and I called Straight Talk and they told me that I need to get my pone unlocked before using the mms and data. Is there any way around this?

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    1. AT&T phoenes don't need to be unlocked to work with a StraightTalk AT&T SIM. Double check that your settings match the ones on the card that came with the SIM.

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    2. It's free to get an unlock code for at&t phones... Att.com/unlock if i remember right. If that don't work just call and request an unlock code. They are the best at offering unlock codes in my opinion.

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  12. I am using galaxy s3 and is working fine you just need to set up right

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    1. a tmobile s3 ? mine wont even call or text

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    2. How do I set my galaxy 3 to send pic messages I can receive them just can't send then

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  13. I can't get answer out of anyone at Straight Talk, ha... does anyone know if you can make wifi calls using Straight Talk? We live in a rural area and our service is spotty at the house... if we had wifi calling that'd be perfect for using Straight Talk.

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    1. should have rephrased the question... can you make wifi calls from your cellphone using Straight Talk? I know there is a Straight Talk for Home phone, but hat's not what I need. I just need to be able to make wifi calls when coverage may be spotty and I have access to wifi.

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    2. According to ehow tech, here are the instructions

      Instructions
      1.Obtain WiFi calling service from an online provider such as Skype or Google Voice. Choose the WiFi calling plan with the most appealing rates. You can choose a plan with a monthly minute allotment, or you may pay per minute.

      2.Download and install the WiFi calling service provider's software to your device. Follow the WiFi calling service's instructions on how to get the software onto your device. You may be able to use a download link from a text message, a web address or file transfer from another device.


      3.Open the WiFi service provider's application on your cell phone. Enter the phone number you wish to call or select a preset contact. Doing so will make a WiFi call that does not use your cell phone's calling plan minutes.




      Read more: How to Make Cell Phone Calls Over a WiFi | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5814657_make-phone-calls-over-wifi.html#ixzz2MIy5Ebvi

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    3. Straight Talk phones don't support WiFi calling out of the box. On Android and the iPhone you can use an app like Talkatone to make free calls to any number in the US or Canada through Google Talk over WiFi.

      On Android Talkatone can receive calls over WiFi as well. I don't think that's possible on the iPhone

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    4. Use free Bobsled Calling app by Tmobile to make and receive free WiFi calls and IM from Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or browser. Facebook friends can call you from within Facebook, and if you are not available they can leave a post on your page to call them.
      You can make free calls over cellular too.
      You get a phone number you can give out to your friends.

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    5. Use Vonage mobile app to make and receive free calls over WiFi from iOS or Android to any Vonage user, mobile or home. For now, all US calls up to 3000 min/month are also free. Your cell number is your caller ID on iPhone.
      You must give them another phone number that can receive sms to activate on iPad or iPod Touch. If you give them your Vonage-activated iPhone cell number, it will lock your Vonage account.

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    6. Vonage mobile app first checks for a WiFi connection. If none is available, it uses cellular 3G or 4G data to complete the call, not your calling plan minutes.

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  14. For T-Mobile: PLEASE READ!!!

    THE APN TYPE SHOULD HAVE NO SPACES IN BETWEEN AT ALL!
    THIS WILL FIX THE NO MMS PROBLEM

    ALSO CHANGE THE MMS PORT TO 8080

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    1. I believe you are right about no spaces in the APN Type string, and have changed the post to reflect that.

      There's no MMS proxy in the T-Mobile settings so the APN port should be ignored but adding a port for a non-existent proxy shouldn't hurt anything either.

      Please turn off caps lock when commenting here. All caps is considered shouting on the Web and being shouted at makes me feel bad :)

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    2. i have a sony xperia P and currently have a sim card under strtaighttalk.. i used different apn's and im still not receivingmms..please help..

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    3. YESWAP... thank you for posting the number to straight talk office.. i called them and the problem was fixed easily.. what the rep did was exactly what was on my activation card.. but the setting that worked were the settings that ARE "FOR ALL OTHER PHONES"..not the one that is listed for smartphones..soo i recommend trying both.. and instead of trying to delete the installed APN which doesn't delete.. he had me click on and edit the information.. hope this helps .. (sony xperia p)

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    4. Glad you got it working.
      This is for the T-Mobile SIM right?
      The differences between the and the difference between the smartphone settings and the all other phones are :
      Proxy: 216.155.165.40 instead of blank
      MMS Proxy: 216.155.165.40 instead of blank
      MMS Port: 8080 instead of blank

      I'll modify the post to add MMS Proxy and Port if this is correct. Was your data working before this change? If it was I don't think the first proxy matters as it's for data not MMS.

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  15. Settings worked great on my tmobile sasung note 2 Thanks I went to many sites that had wrong settings that wouldnt work

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    1. What settings did u used. I dont know why it tells me I have 4g and youtube and internet is sloe.

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  16. My gf has a t-mobile branded Samsung s2 and could not get service where we worked but would get 4g in the next town over. So seeing that I get 4g where we work on my s3 with the AT&T sim she asked if I could unlock her s2 and get her the AT&T sim so she can get service. Well I unlocked her phone and got her the AT&T sim and copied my apn settings on her phone but it says she only gets 3g and not 4g. Data and everything else works but I can't get 4g on her phone. What can I do to get 4g?

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    1. You can help her buy an AT&T phone, or trade with her. Her S2 has a different processor than the AT&T version, designed to use Tmobile's faster HSPA+ 42Mbps network. That network uses different frequencies for data than AT&T, so her phone cannot get the fastest speeds on AT&T.

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    2. On non-LTE phones the 4G indicator is mainly marketing hype.

      The T-Mobile S II (Model SGH-T989) supports both T-Mobile and AT&T's 3G/4G frequencies. I suspect that both your phone and hers are getting the same data speeds

      On a non-LTE phone 3G and 4G are essentially the same technology (HSDPA) the difference between what's labeled 3G and 4what's labeled 4G is up to the operator.

      Many AT&T phones are programmed to display 4G whenever they connect to any HSDPA. T-Mobile's phones only indicate 4G when connected to HSDPA class 7 (7.2 Mbps) or better.

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    3. Doesn't the 3G icon mean that her phone is getting less than HSDPA class 7 service on AT&T? That would be 3G, wouldn't it?

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    4. Not necessarily, AT&T defines all HSDPA as 4G. Go to Settings > About phone > Status and look at Mobile network type to see what data protocol and class the phone is using. Or use a Speed Test app to compare actual speeds

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    5. Well I guess it really doesn't matter that much because she is getting the same speed I get and if anything hers seems a bit faster than mine when loading pages for some reason. I even tested it watching a 4 minute HD YouTube video and it didn't pause once. Played right through. She's very happy anyways because she can now get internet while on break now. So yeah, she is probably getting 4g. Thanks guys.

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    6. Update on this(4-23-13). I finally got around to updating my gf's S2 (Model SGH-T989) to Jelly Bean. As soon as it boot it up in JB it flashed 4G. So now it displays 4G just fine. I'm guessing whatever her last android version was wasn't made to display 4G. For whatever reason I could not update the phone via Samsung Kies or over the air update. So I used this site: http://www.ibtimes.com/android-412-jelly-bean-official-firmware-update-available-samsung-galaxy-s2-t-mobile-variant-how
      Just a heads up in case anyone does it through that method, when you get to the part where you have to put the phone in "downloading mode" I had to shut the phone off then press and hold the up and down volume buttons while plugging the usb cord to the phone then it'll prompt you to press the volume up to continue into downloading mode.

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  17. I have tried the Apn settings for T-mobile ST SG3. My phone can't make or receive calls and the same with text/mms. I use my phone for business and need it ASAP.. I have deleted the APN several times and re enter and save but still nothing!!??

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    1. APN settings only effect data and MMS, they have nothing to do with voice and SMS.

      If Voice and text don't work, it's something else, either Straight Talk didn't activate the SIM or they mis-configured something or it's a bad or incorrectly inserted SIM, or the phones in airplane mode or there's no T-Mobile service in your location.

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  18. I have att pantech burst 4g lte and its super slow on telcel america

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    1. Telcel America uses the AT&T network and the Burst doesn't support the AWS band that's is T-Mobile's primary 3G/4G band. You are probably only getting Edge 2G data which is slow.

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    2. I also have galaxy note2 tmobile and Its slow I get 4g but it doesnt change nothing.

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  19. I have an LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile for Straight Talk and my data and MMS aren't working at all. Tried the APN settings using wap.tracfone, and att.mvno but it says not supported. I don't know what else to do, please help!

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    1. I have the same phone and the same problem. did you ever get your phone to work?

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  20. Please answer....urgent!!!!!!!!.OK I WAS WONDERING I GOT THISS ATT SAMSUNG NOTE 2 ON EBAY FOR 0.99¢& YHU CAN USE ANY GSM SIM BCUZ ITS UNLOCKED.IM GETTING THE STRAIGHT TALK 45$ UNLIMITED TALK TEXT WEB SO WILL THE WEB WORK ANYWHERE AND WILL I BABLE TO SEND &&RECIEVE PICTURE MESSASGES...PLEASE ANSWER BCKK SOON YU CAN EMAIL ME AHT mzslimm2014@gmil.com THANK YHALL IN HAVE AU BLESSED DAY

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    1. The 99¢ price is only good if you sign a new two year contract. If you don't complete the contract or pay an early termination fee AT&T will block the phone for non-payment and it won't work on any US operator.

      If it's unlocked and not blocked for non-payment and you set it up correctly, the phone will work, including data and picture messaging, on Straight Talk.

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  21. I have a t-mobile galaxy s2 and I have a t-mobile/straight talk sim in it. Calls and text messaging work fine but my data and mms are very slow. My mobile network type says EDGE:2. Is there anything I can do to speed it up?

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    1. Does T-Mobile offer 3G or 4G service in your area? Zoom in on the T-Mobile coverage map to verify.

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    2. If this works for you do not assume it will work for everyone. Not all phones have the ability to auto configure the APN based on the MCC and MNC codes of the SIM. Among those that do have the ability not all will have T_Mobile's APN settings in their database.

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  22. thank you thank you...I finally able to send and receive multimedia messages. I used the T-Mobile settings. good job now im a happy customer

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  23. I recently purchased a Nokia 820, after transferring my phone number I entered the APN and MMS setting into the phone. I have gone back through retyping and verifying the settings, still no data and picture text messaging. Any suggestions before I call ST?

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    1. MMS depends on working data so get data working first. If you activated Straight Talk recently you have a T-Mobile SIM so just enter the following values:
      APN: wap.tracfone
      Port: 8080
      Then turn the phone off and then on and try to use the browser with WiFi off. If that doesn't work, change the Port: setting to blank and try again. If it still doesn't work, there's something wrong on Straight Talk's end and you will need to contact them.

      Once data is working set up MMS using just
      MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com
      If that doesn't work try adding 216.155.165.40 as the MMS Proxy. If it still doesn't work contact Straight Talk.

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  24. In regards to my Nokia 820 I should have mentioned that I am using Windows 8. I had been using a Samsung windows phone prior to the Nokia and had purchased a ST activation kit that included an AT&T sim card and micro sim card. In the Samsung I used the regular sim card, with the Nokia it required a micro sim card, so I used the AT&T micro sim card that came with my original activation kit. I installed the micro sim activated the phone and ported my old number from the Samsung to the Nokia 820. I can make calls and send regular text msgs. It is the data and picture text msgs that aren't working. I did try the wap.tracfone; however, it wouldn't take the 8080. I appreciate the assistance and was hoping there might be another solution.

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    1. I gave you the settings for a T-Mobile SIM. As you are using an AT&T SIM you need to use:

      For data:
      APN: tfdata (if tfdata doesn't work with tfdata try using att.mvno as the APN)
      PORT: 80

      For MMS:
      MMSC: http://mms-tf.net
      MMS PROXY: mms3.tracfone.com
      MMS PORT: 80

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  25. Thank you so much, after putting in these settings I now have data and picture text. I really appreciate your assistance!!!

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  26. I bought a ST LG Optimus Dynamic. I ported my number from Verizon. I can get internet, but can't call or text. If I try, I get a Verizon #, telling me I have to use a credit card to make the call. Anyone know of any fixes?

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    1. Try dialing *22890 to program your phone. If that doesn't fix it Straight Talk probably didn't set up your account correctly. You will have to call them to get it fixed. For best results call the "Executive Resolutions Dept.", Miami based call center at 1-305-715-6500 or 1-800-876-5753. It's available Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM EST.

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  27. I have the AT&T samsung galaxy s3 & my data works and texts and calls, I can send and receive pic msgs but cannot download them. I've seen this on many forums but cannot get an answer on how to fix this issue. I have the apn settings above and everything works but still can't download the pics! Can you help? Please email .

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    1. If the settings are correct it's an issue on Straight Talk's end. You need to contact them to get it fixed.

      BTW, don't post your email on the web where spambots can harvest it. Use the "Subscribe by email" link below to get replies sent to you.

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    2. I have the same problem with my unlocked Pantech Burst with Straight Talk with AT&T sim. I have spent hours & days online trying to get a solution. Today I tried Straight talk support again. After an hour they concluded that my APN settings are correct and if I can't download pic messages, my phone is not capable and there is nothing more they can do.

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  28. On my google nexus one, in Ohio:
    apn = wap.tracfone
    proxy = 216.155.165.40
    port = 8080
    mmsc = http://mms.tracfone.com
    mms proxy = 216.155.165.40
    mcc = 310
    mnc = 260

    I wasn't able to send picture messages before this, now it works like a charm

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  29. Does it make a difference which at&t settings I use? I've been using an at&t sim card even before they start selling them (took out of a st nokia e71) on several different smartphones.

    Thanks

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    1. Straight Talk is switching customers from the old settings (APN = att.mvno, etc.) to the new ones (APN = tfdata, etc). Only one or the other will work on your account. If you are getting data with the old settings keep using them until data stops working then switch to the new ones.

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  30. I've had no luck with the sim swap method so far on my iphone 4, v6.1.3 with Net10. I know it's tricky, I've attempted this about 12 times, to no avail. I wonder if this will ever be resolved in a firmware update? If not, do you think a jailbreak with v7 would open the phone up? I've spent an unbelievable amount of time trying to resolve this with the horrific customer support team at N10/ST. They pretend this workaround doesn't exist, and continue to suggest non-workin methods, no matter what I say.
    I just can't understand why this works for some, and isn't working for others like myself.....I don't expect such capricious behavior from a technological gadget. Crashes, sure, but not voodoo!
    Too bad Apple hasn't fixed this, MVNOs and unlocked phones seem here to stay, and this will tarnish the iphone, if only a little.

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  31. thanks so much!!! after a futile 2 hours on the phone w/ straight talk i found you and now have working data on my ativ s.

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  32. safari is working but some of my apps aren't getting internet. any ideas?

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  33. update-had been using ST at&t byop sim for 2 years without problems on old att.mvno setting. ST had to send me a new sim and now i get data and mms using the new tfdata setting. put in exactly the settings dennis b. cited in the article for at&t data/mms apn for windows phone 8 and everything works perfectly.

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  34. I've tried both settings and if your using a AT&T compatible sim the old setting are much more stable

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  35. Both my 4 and my wife's 4S lost our data connection 7/19/2013 with exception of 2G (E), which is ridiculously slow! Our cell service was very erratic also, making it difficult to use our phones to say the very least. I found the following settings on another site and tried them. So far, they work!

    Cellular Data

    APN att.mvno

    Username (LEAVE THIS BLANK)

    Password (LEAVE THIS BLANK)



    MMS

    APN att.mvno

    Username (LEAVE THIS BLANK)

    Password (LEAVE THIS BLANK)

    MMSC http://mmsc.cingular.com:80

    MMS Proxy 66.209.11.33

    MMS Max Message Size 1048576

    MMS UA Prof URL http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf

    One thing that was puzzling about the 4S is that "phone" kept popping up even though I had already entered att.mvno. The first time I entered the info I didn't catch it which caused the data not to work.

    I don't mind entering the new data. I just wish the settings would stay the same for a while. The need to change the settings on a bi-weekly basis is not exactly what I had in mind when switching to Straighttalk.

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  36. I'm using an AT&T compatible SIM with NET10 with an unlocked Blu Life Play phone. I ported my number over to NET10 yesterday and can get data but no MMS. I am using the "new" AT&T settings but have tried everything with the MMS settings and still cannot seem to get it to work. I have called NET10 but not useful information was provided. Any thoughts?

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    1. If WiFi is connected try disabling it. MMS requires cellular data and some phones can't send or receive MMS when WiFi is active.

      Did you try using the "old" settings? If neither the old or new settings work it's likely a NET10 problem that only they can fix. Try the submitting a ticket on the NET10 Facebook support page or call the Executive Resolutions number at 1-305-715-6500, Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern time.

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  37. Thank you for your response. Wifi was disabled when attempting to send MMS. I did try the old settings as well with no success. I contacted the Executive Resolutions number as well but they simply referred me back to their settings as well as the device manufacturer. If I can't get the issue resolved, I may need to simply switch carriers to AT&T GoPhone.

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  38. Thankyou so much i now have data on my iphone 4... ive been trying for days now, thankyou for your clear instructions.

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  39. I also wanted to say THANK YOU so much for these instructions. I was not able to receive mms messages for about 2 months on my htc one x with an ATT straight talk SIM card but the instructions in the first column (tfdata) fixed it! I am so appreciative of this help!

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  40. I have a Lg 4x hd international version running net 10 service with the t-mobile sims and it has taken 18 days but finally figured out the apn settings for the whole enchillada.Name:Net10,Apn:wap.tracfone,proxy:not set,Port:8080.User name: not set,Password:not set,MMSC:Http://tracfone.com,MMSProxy:not set,MMSPort:not set,MCC 310,MNC 260,Authentication Type:none,Apn Type:default,*,Apn Protocol:Ipv4 The on;y diffrence i found from the Net10 Apn setting page for smartphones was the Apn type which i used default,*and they had me use default,mms,supl .So maybe it will help someone out!






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  41. Ok lets try again. I just got a Samsung Galaxy Note II and I cannot send or receieve msm messages. I can send and receieve sms message and the data and phone is working. I have tried to work with straightalk three times now with no luck. I have the settings above to include note#5 but still no msm. Please help.

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    1. Double check the MMSC and APN Type fields.

      Note 5 (the 216.155.165.40 proxy) is for the NET10 or Straight Talk T-Mobile SIM only

      If MMSC and APN Type are correct and MMS doesn't work with or without the proxy, the problem is on NET10's side.

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    2. Dennis, Thanks but I am on Straightalk not NET10. Any suggestings there. Don

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    3. StraightTalk and NET10 settings are the same.

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    4. Thanks Dennis, I will try straight talk again.

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    5. Dennis, Dealing with Straighttalk has me thinking about transferring to T-mobile. There Customer NO Service sucks. Any ways. I traveled to Kansas today and my mobile data doesn't work. And after talking with Straighttalk for over 2 hours, they said to reset the phone and stupid me did. Now I have to start all over again and Mobile data still doesn't work. Any ideas on getting it to work. The funny thing is I have 4 bars and it worked find during my layover in Chicago.

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    6. Is it possible you are roaming at your current location in Kansas? Data doesn't work when roaming. Most phones indicate when they are roaming with a triangle icon in the status bar or the word roaming on the idle screen.

      If aren't roaming and data suddenly stopped working there are only a few possible causes:

      1) The phone's data APN settings got changed. This happens spontaneously with iPhones that are using AT&T MVNO SIMS and possibly with other phones and SIMS. Also, if you did a hard reset that would have deleted the settings. Verify the APN settings and correct if necessary.

      2) If you are using a Straight Talk AT&T SIM, Straight Talk may have switched you from the "old" to the "new" APN settings. Try both to see it one works.

      3) You are connected to a defective or extremely overloaded tower. Try a different location.

      4) Straight Talk or the network operator (AT&T or T-Mobile) did something on their end either intentionally or accidentally that disabled your data. If you call ST again ask them to do a data reset which is removing data provisioning from your account and then re-enabling it.

      5) The phone developed a radio defect (unlikely but it does happen)

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    7. Dennis, Thanks, Yes it is roaming. Note II uses a R above the bars. I assume there is no fix for this?
      Don

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    8. The only solution is to switch to a network that has non-roaming coverage where you need it.

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  42. Hey Dennis. I have an iphone 3gs with an at&t sims card. Ported my old number over and everything works except mms. I tried to follow your instructions but my phone won't give me any access to cellular data other than to turn it off and on. Is there another area I need to look or am I not going to be able to do this? Thanks for any help you can give me. Maggie

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  43. The SIM Swap method of enabling the data settings described in the instructions should work. If it doesn't:
    1) What non-AT&T based operator's SIM are you using?
    2) Do you get an error when you put the SIM in and start up the phone?
    3) If so what does the error message say?

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    1. Dennis, I used an old T-Mobile SIM card I had. All that showed up was "No Service". Nothing else. No Error. One thing though, under my settings, general, there is no "Cellular". I have to go to Network to get to Cellular Data, and it is just an off or on feature. I am just not able to send or receive pictures. Everything else appears to be working. I'm really not very good at changing things like this but I will keep trying if you can help me. Thanks, Maggie

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    2. I'm not an expert on the iPhone by any means and don't even own one.

      While researching this issue today, I discovered that the SIM swap method only works on the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 if they are unlocked. It does works on the iPhone 4S even if locked. If you can get your 3GS unlocked you can use the instructions. There's also a more detailed guide to setting up MMS on Straight Talk iPhones here: here.

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  44. Help, I have a LG L9 (P769) and I can not receive or send Pics. The MMS is not working right. I have tried all the above and then some. Just adding a APN was hard but I figured that out.

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    1. Things to try:
      1) Double check the APN you added, be sure everything is correct including white space and capitalization
      2) Try changing the APN type field to default,mms
      3) If it still doesn't work and everything is correctly it's a network issue and you need to get Straight Talk (or NET10 if that's who you are using) to fix it

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  45. Here is what I discovered, I have been with the Tracfone, Net10, and Straight Talk family since 1996. If you have the ( NEW ) AT&T sim card which requires apn: tfdata, you WILL NOT be able to receive mms, that feature has been BLOCKED! They will NEVER tell you that, but I know. Long story short, similar situation with the Tracfone family of networks...5 different phones, 3 months of workorders, hours and hours on the phone with customer service, and six dozen excuses, finally a representative in Florida stated...yes, SOME features are blocked. They wouldn't say which ones, but I figured it out. This is what's happening with the NEW AT&T sim card that require you to use the apn tfdata, you will NEVER be able to receive mms. PERIOD!!! Please post this on all websites having the same issue with
    the NEW AT&T sim card....thanks!!! For someone who knows.

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    1. MMS doesn't work on Straight Talk and NET10 for many people regardless of the APN used. But I have seen reports of it working tfdata and an AT&T SIM so I don't think its broken for everyone.

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    2. Dennis, what is tfdata? The rest is sad, so might need to change service providers.

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    3. tfdata is the APN (Access Point Name) that some NET10 and Straight Talk AT&T based phones use for data and MMS.

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    4. Thanks Dennis, DO you know the APN settings for tfdata so I can try it to see if it will work for me?
      Thanks

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    5. They are in the first column (labeled "AT&T SIM "New" Settings") of the table above

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  46. Thanks. the new AT&t setting got my Samsung Galaxy S3 working. I have been chasing my tail for almost a week,

    Thanks again

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    1. OMG - thank you SO much! My sister and I have tried everything online we could find with no luck. We just stumbled across this site and the new AT&T settings worked like a charm. YOU ROCK!!

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  47. Hey, thanks for the instructions! But my IPhone4S needs a pass code after I created a new APN and tapped "install". I don't know what the pass word is... can u help? Thanks a lot!

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    1. It's the same code as you use to unlock your phone.

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  48. Just got two phones that I ordered from a company online (koobay.com. both are fully unlocked and have the following Bands GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz 3G WCDMA 850/2100MHz. I cant seem to get any apn settings to work...is it because they not a net10,Straighttalk, T-Mobile or att branded phone?

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    1. Verify that you are using the correct APN for the type of SIM (T-Mobile or AT&T). Note that there are two possibilities (old and new) for AT&T data.

      If data still doesn't work with the correct settings, the only possible causes are:
      1) Straight Talk (or NET10) didn't provision your data correctly. If you have another phone test the SIM in it to verify that data if data is working. Call Straight Talk/NET10's Miami number and ask them to re-provision your data.
      2) The phone is defective, test with a known working SIM if possible.
      3) You are in a roaming area, data isn't available when roaming.

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    2. I'm just worried that I may have got shafted with the Chinese phones and beating a dead horse. customer support is quick to say if their apn's don't work than your phone is not compatible. I went to wirelessadvisor. com to see what band at&t uses and come up with:
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      AT&T
      SYSTEM: 1900 MHz

      TECHNOLOGY: GSM / GPRS, EDGE, LTE
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      with my phone advertised to be able to use... GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz 3G WCDMA 850/2100MHz. is that enough info to say that it should be compatible and work at 3g? unless advertised one thing and does another.

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    3. AT&T uses 850 Mhz and 1900 Mhz. Depending on location their may be an AT&T signal on both bands or only only. If both bands are used 3G may only be available on one of them. In a view areas AT&T has 3G only, no 3G.

      You phone's specs say it supports 2G (GSM) on both 850 and 1900 but 3G (WCDMA) only on 850. The phone should get 2G data everywhere that AT&T offers 2G data but 3G only in locations where AT&T uses the 850 Mhz band for 3G.

      Did you test the Straight SIM in a different phone or a known good SIM in problem phone? That's the best way to isolate phone vs network issues.

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  49. Hi I have a samsung galaxy note II and Im with net10. I have not been able to send or recieve picture messages. I used your settings. Now I can recieve but not send. Any suggestions as to why?

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    1. If you are using a NET10 AT&T SIM with the "new" settings try changing the MMSC to http://mmsc.cingular.com

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    2. That worked thank you so much!

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  50. Dude, worked first time..."Used New Settings on iphone 5 on straight talk, with ATT sim. p.s. I also have tmobile sim for straight talk and it worked also. sorry excited I have a real phone now for reasonable data plan. I hated paying Verizon 120 bucks a month for nothing!!!

    p.s. I did already have unlock.nz installed with a net10 apn, which I kept and did not delete.

    thanks
    BPerrino

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  51. After a "push" update from AT&T, my Galaxy S3 stopped providing data(it erased the apn and the old/new settings from above would not work anymore). I contacted the lame Straight Talk number and got the same results as everyone else. I then contacted the 305-715-6500 number and got a good APN and a competent person! PLUS: All the mms messages that would not send, finally sent and also allowed me to download those stuck in limbo!

    The new apn:

    NAME: wap.tracfone
    NO PROXY, NO PORT,
    MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
    MMS PROXY: 66.209.11.32 (yes, 32)
    MMS PORT: 80
    NO APN TYPE, NO AUTHENTICATION TYPE, nothing else.

    4G HSPA data turned on as soon as I saved it in the phone. No reboot required.

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  52. WORST Customer service I have ever dealt with. Nobody takes accountability. I have an ATT unlocked I phone 4S and was unable to get MMS messaging, everything else on the hone worked. I contacted customer service it was extremely hard to understand the representative. They give you one option to install the APN settings if it doesn't work they say your phone is not unlocked. No additional support was available. I took the phone to the apple store and confirmed it was unlocked together we called straight talk they proceeded to give us info to install IOS5 update my phone has IOS6 the representative from apple spent 2hrs and 15 mins on the phone trying to explain they were giving us old info thus the reason the phone would not allow us to find the options they were asking for. WE spoke to 5 different people and NOBODY had a clue what we were talking about. They even sent me an email for APN setting IOS5 or previous. I contacted the resolution dept after dealing with this for 3 weeks and countless hours. They told me my phone was not compatible with their service. I requested to speak with a manager sat on the phone for 45 mins they came back and said mgrs are busy took my info and nobody ever returned my call.

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    1. consider yourself lucky that they tried to help at all. Almost all MVNOs clearly state they do not support the phones you bring in. It is impossible for them to know every phone and every situation. I understand the frustration but it is the way it works on cut rate plans. If you want top notch service for high end phones, you should go to the actual providers.

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  53. thanks for a informative, accurate site that has solved my atraight talk headaches with a htc one!

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  54. This worked for an iphone 3GS (AT&T, unlocked), and a TracFone SIM I just received from ST on 8/29/13. I tried many combinations of Cellular Data Network settings found on the internet (using the T-Mobile SIM swap method to get to the APN settings menu), but I still couldn't receive MMS messages. Using the "tfdata" listed for "New AT&T cards", and following the sequence listed here has the MMS working correctly now. Thanks!

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  55. I never post anything, but after i got my phone working i decided to share this info hoping it helps someone.
    I have a tmobile lg optimus L9. I had it unlocked to switch to straight talk because where i live tmoble does not have 4g but att does. So i bought a straight talk att micro sim everything worked except mms i could send but not get,so i played around and these are the settings that worked for me

    Name= Straight Talk
    APN= tfdata
    Proxy= leave blank
    Port= 80
    Username= leave blank
    Password= leave blank
    mmsc= http://mms-tf.net
    mms proxy= 66.209.11.33
    mms port= 80
    mcc= 310
    mnc= 410
    authentication type= PAP
    apn type= default,supl,mms (commas not periods)
    apn protocol= ipv4

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  56. I have an AT&T pan tech droid. I changed the apn settings to what you said. Now I can send picture messages, but cannot receive them. Any idea why or how? If u could please email me for faster response at beamans@icloud.com I would really appreciate it. Thanks!!

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    1. Double check the following fields on the apn screen:
      MMSC, MMS Proxy, MMS Port and APN Type.
      If they are correct try changing the MMSC between http://mms-tf.net and http://mmsc.cingular.com.

      If it doesn't work with either MMSC the issue is on Straight Talk's end and you will need to have them fix it. For best results when contacting Straight Talk either submit a Facebook support ticket or call the "Executive Resolutions Dept." number at 1-305-715-6500 during business hours.

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  57. I have a Samsung Galaxy Exhibit, was given to me, it's a T-Mobile, Using it on Straight Talk, I have tried to set APN, have done everything, even called Straight Talk, was on the phone over 105 min. still can't get it to work, I have no web, can't send or receive pictures/messages....have been reading everything above, and even tried things that worked for other's...CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP!!!...???

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    1. Double check that you are using the correct settings as listed above for the T-Mobile SIM.

      Be sure that the APN you edited or created is selected (has a green dot next to it in the list of APNs as shown in the image above, left.

      Verify that you are in a T-Mobile coverage area, not roaming.

      If it still doesn't work, the settings are correct, the APN is selected and you aren't roaming then the issue is with Straight Talk.

      For the least incompetent support from Straight Talk contact them by submiting a Facebook support ticket or by calling the "Executive Resolutions Dept." number at 1-305-715-6500 during business hours.

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  58. Dennis, Thank You so much, I have tried all of that, I will try the Executive Resolution Dept. and see what happens. I'll let you know!

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  59. Hey Dennis, I have tried all of these settings and changed certain fields per your instructions. I've tried the old settings as well. That being said I have a unlocked HTC One, I'm using a net10 at&t micro SIM, I have data and can send mms but can not receive them. Any suggestions?

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    1. If you have entered the settings correctly and MMS doesn't work the issue is on Straight Talk or NET10's end. You will have to work with them using the executive resolutions number or Facebook page listed in the last paragraph of the post.

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  60. Dennis, I have an iPhone 4 on straight talk and these settings worked, but now I can't send again. It says it sends mms but the recepients don't receive them. Any suggestions? Pls email robbyneangelica@gmail.com

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    1. iPhones have a tendency to lose their settings, check to see they are still correct.

      If everything is still set the way it was when MMS was working the problem is probably on Straight Talk's end. Contact them using Facebook or the "Executive Resolutions" number.

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    2. I ended up calling straight talk 3 separate times last night... The first time, the lady did an update on my account and we did a test to see if my mms would be received, and indeed it was, so I said thank you and ended the call. I decided to try another test and sent another one, that one wasn't received, so I tried again, still nothing, so I called back, this lady was rude and no help because she refused to listen. She told me that there was a reported outage from the AT&T tower in my area... Mind you, I am sitting with my mother, who has sprint. She sends me a pic and I receive it. I turn wifi off and open my browser with no problems. I tell this lady on the phone this, but she assures me that it has something to do with the outage. I get frustrated and I ask/say "um ok?" and she says "okay, so I answered your question, goodbye" and hangs up.... I test the outage theory by having my mom text her friend in the area, who has AT&T and have her sed an mms, it goes through... I call for the third time, and this time the lady that I talked to listened to me, and she says she guesses that when AT&T did their updates, they put a restriction on my phone... I tell her how

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    3. I tell her how it worked for a minute after the account update that the First Lady did, and she said that it probably took a few minutes for AT&T to receive the update, and once they did, the restriction was reactivated. Is this a possibility that AT&T put a restriction on the serial number of my phone, or are they just giving me the run around?

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    4. I think the rep made that up to get rid of you. AT&T doesn't block user's MMS intentionally. Even if the issue is with AT&T, you are Straight talk's customer and it's their responsibility to deliver what you are paying for, even if it requires escalating the issue with their service provider AT&T.

      Don't waste your time with the reps at Straight Talk's main number. They are poorly trained and don't have the tools to fix any but the simplest network issues.

      For more competent support either contact Straight Talk through their Facebook page or call the Executive resolutions number in the post during business hours. The Executive number rolls over to the regular support when it gets busy. If you call and a receptionist answers you got the real thing. Otherwise hang up and try again.

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    5. I called the exec number and someone answered right away, no recording or option... I will try again though.

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    6. Well, I haven't called back yet but my mms are being received today. I think I'm going to get an AT&T Go sim and go that route. I'm SO sick of straight talk and their crap.

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  61. Yeah, the settings are correct. Thanks Dennis.

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  62. Hello Dennis.. I have an unlocked motorola atrix mb860.. straight talk's T Mobile sims card works for talk/text but no data transfer.. I have reset the apn setting to straight talk's specs.. even had to call and walk through it with customer service..still no mms.. any help would be appreciated..

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    1. Double check the settings. If they are correct, the problem is on Straight Talks's end and you need work with them to get it fixed.

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  63. at this point im not even sure what setting i should be using, i initially used the apn settings from the Straight Talk BYOP data page..Then the customer service rep i talked to."he didn't have a clue what he was doing" tried to walk me through the settings and they were different from their set up page settings. so at this point im lost. here are what i have now. Name.. STRAIGHT_TALK APN.. wap.tracfone Proxy.."not set" Port.. 8080 Username.. "not set" Password.. "not set" Server.. "not set" MMSC.. http://mms.tractfone.com MMS Proxy.. "not set" MMS Port.. "not set" MCC.. 310 MNC.. 260 Authentication type.. "not set" APN Type.. "not set" Apn protocol.. IPv4

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    1. Do you have no data at all (can't load any Web pages with WiFi disabled)? Or does the Web work but MMS doesn't?

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  64. This morning i contacted the Executive Resolutions Dept.. They were able to set the apn settings so now my WEB works and i can send MMS messages"both very slow" But i am now unable to open or even download any MMS pictures.. I was on the phone for an hour the first time to get things working. Then i found out that i could not receive any MMS pictures so i called back only to work with a rep that was not as helpful as the first.. Pretty much just told me that for BYOP customers your out of luck if something dont work.

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  65. you want me to change it to "default,mms" or "mms" ?

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  66. no better.. sending speed absolutely terrible. if it sends at all. i sent a pic to test pic after changing to default,mms and it has as of now .. not finished sending it.. and still can not receive.

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  67. Hey Dennis,

    Btw your site is great keep up the good work. Wondering if you can help with my Net10 situation. For 7 months now I have had no problems, Sat. my phone lost internet and MMS. I had to update to tfdata to get the internet backup, before I was on wap.tracfone. Now its great I get LTE speeds but can't receive MMS. I have tried everything including my old setting and multiple different combinations with MMSC and proxy etc. And still all I am able to go is send MMS but not receive.

    Tried calling Net10 today, they had at&t on the phone so they say and were not able to figure out the problem. They are only working with the APN you mentioned in the beginning of page. Wondering if you had any final suggestions before switching to GO Phone

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    1. This is with an AT&T SIM, right? If you could try all four possible AT&T MMSCs; mms3.tracfone.com, 66.209.11.33, mms2.tracfone.com and 66.209.11.32. If none work the issue is with NET10 or AT&T.

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    2. I didn't read all this forum so this may already been told but I was on Net10 and nothing worked until I had 2 separate APNS, 1 for internet and 1 for mms... PLUS it only worked when I used GOSMS and put the same MMSC and Proxy in their MMS settings.

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  68. I need help setting up MMS APN profile for an unlocked ATT&T Samsung SGH-a997 a.k.a Samsung Rugby III please? I already have the phone activated with Straight Talk BYOP. Calls, texts, and browser work fine. I can't seem to find the info anywhere to get the MMS to send/receive. Could anyone please help?

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  69. If I buy an unlocked iphone 4 or 4s att with a net 10 sim will it use verizon towers sine when I entered in my zip code it showed verizon as my coverage I called net 10 and tried to get answers but I'm not sure if I believe she knew what she was talking about since I could barely understand her and from what I've read online it seems like I'd have to have a certain phone to use certain towers so I don't want to buy a phone that I can't use The lady at net 10 said that the unlocked iphone with the net 10 sim would use the verizon towers since the verizon towers is what was showing up in my zip code is this right or wrong? Please help!!

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    1. Unlocked iPhones are for GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile. An unlocked iPhone 4 or 4S will never work on Verizon.

      You want a NET10 (or Straight Talk) iPhone, all of which run on Verizon. It will come in a NET10 package is is available from net10.com or Walmart

      The people at NET10's main support number are poorly trained and often resort to making things up when they don't know the answer.

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    2. You can also check the AT&T prepaid coverage map (GoPhone). If you have coverage where you are, you can do what you want, buy an unlocked GSM iPhone 4 or 4S and save some money.
      You do not have to use Verizon towers unless there is no AT&T coverage where you live, work, etc.
      A Straight Talk or Net10 iPhone 5 will work on Verizon, AT&T and Tmobile networks. It costs $400 refurbished with 1 year warranty. Not much more than a good, used iPhone 4S. You can also order it at Walmart.com and pick it up at your local Walmart.

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  70. I need help setting up MMS APN profile for an unlocked AT&T Samsung SGH-a997 a.k.a Samsung Rugby III please? I already have the phone activated with Straight Talk BYOP. Calls, texts, and browser work fine. I can't seem to find the info anywhere to get the MMS to send/receive. Could anyone please help?

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    1. I have no experience setting up a Rugby III so what follows is a best guess and may not work:

      Start with this AT&T Tutorial showing how to set up MMS on the Rugby III. Follow the tutorial but substitute the following Straight Talk specific settings in the Access Name, Home URL and Address fields.

      Access Name: tfdata or att.mvno
      Home URL: http://mms-tf.net or http://mmsc.cingular.com
      Address: 66.209.11.33:80 or 66.209.11.32:80

      i.e.,
      Access Name is the APN
      Home URL is the MMSC
      Address contains the MMS proxy and MMS port separated by a colon

      Settings on feature phones are often locked so it may not even be possible to change them.

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  71. I had problems with MMS sending photos via my new Galaxy IIIS, called straight talk and they walked me through the settings for a new APN. Here is the new settings: Name: Straight Talk, APN: att.mvno; Proxy: not set; Port: not set; Name: Not Set: Password: not set; Server: not set; MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com; MMS Proxy: 66.209.11.33; MMS port: 80; MCC: 310; NMC: 410; Auth type: not set: APN type: not set; the rest is just all default. Home this works for those with the same problems.

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  72. By the way, this was with a unlocked Samsung Galaxy IIS with straight talk sims. No contract.

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  73. This tutorial worked perfectly! I have an iphone and had been trying the old settings and they just did not work, but the new settings did the trick and work like a charm! Thank you so much!

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  74. Can you please help me to set up my MMS apn setting on my Motorola razr xt910. I was trying all those "new" and "old" settings, and when I'm on old settings, i can just use calls and sms, but if ill choose new apn then I can use data, calls and text but still no MMS. Do you have any idea how can I fix it?

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    1. Voice and SMS don't use APN settings. Try keeping the tfdata APN but use the "old" MMSC http://mmsc.cingular.com,

      Another thing that works for some people is leaving APN type blank.

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  75. I'm on StraightTalk using a Nexus 4. Tried every possible apn in every possible combination.
    Talked with ST 5 times now and they have reset the sim and always end up saying the phone must be at fault.
    I can send no problem and receive the incoming mms but the picture will not download. Always get the error that message cannot be downloaded.

    Anyone else have this same problem that found a solution? Otherwise I have to once again port my number to a new service.

    But not NET10 as their customer service policies are beyond horrible.

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    1. Is this an unlocked Nexus 4? If it was from Tmobile, keep the same settings as before and only change the APN to wap.tracfone

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    2. It is unlocked and FINALLY figured it out. I tried EVERYTHING. Except this....
      I undated my Radio to .84 and MMS worked immediately.

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  76. Dennis,
    Do you know why everytime I leave my home city, I loss data mobile on straighttalk with a SAMSUNG Galaxy Note II and it wants to Rome?.Thanks

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    1. Data doesn't work when your roaming. Your are roaming because the carrier (AT&T or T-Mobile) that your SIM is homed to doesn't have coverage in that location.

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  77. I am having the problem of under my settings menu, I don't have an option for "Cellular Data Network". My data and calls and texts work but not my MMS.

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    1. Is this on an iPhone with an AT&T SIM? If so you have to temporarily switch to a T-Mobile SIM to get the menu item to appear as described in the article.

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  78. Thank you SOOO much. I just got a new Samsung Galaxy note ATT unlocked for my Straightalk SIM. I couldn't get the data to work for anything and I was so upset. That is UNTIL I found this article. The APN for the new Straight Talk ATT SIM was right on. Worked perfectly. Thank you!!!!

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  79. I have a galaxy s4 from att. I also have a new lte att sim from straight talk.
    I am able to do everything except receive MMS.
    I get a bubble telling me to download the message and after 10 seconds nothing happens.
    I saw a post of a guy updating his radio. what is that?
    Any help would be appreciated. TIA...

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    1. The MMS problem is either a settings issue or a Straight Talk problem. There are at least four different possible combinations of settings for Straight Talk MMS. Try them all and if none work either call Executive Resolutions or submit a ticket on Straight Talk's Facebook page.

      Flashing a radio requires a rooted phone with an unlocked boot loader. It's risky even if you know what you are doing. MMS works on a stock S4 if the settings are correct on both ends (yours and Straight Talk's) If the settings are wrong a new radio won't fix it.

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  80. I dealt all day with straight talk by email today. I will try the facebook option tomorrow. i think i tried all the combinations i even took the phone to att to make sure i can receive mms using their own sim. thank you for the help.

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  81. I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3. I've tried so many different combinations of APNs, my head is spinning. Everything works EXCEPT I cant RECEIVE MMS (picture messages). I can talk, text, web, and send MMS, but can't RECEIVE them. Please help!

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    1. If you have tried all possible combinations and none work the problem is likely on Straight Talk's end. You will need to work with them to get it fixed. For best results contract Straight talk at the Executive Resolutions number in the post or on their Facebook page.

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  82. Thank you so much for posting these settings! I used the column 1 settings and it worked. FYI if anyone DOES use these settings give your phone a few minutes to recognize them because it took mine a bit to do so. At first I though "oh great more settings that don't work" but they do...be patient :)

    Thanks again!

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  83. OMG I LOVE YOU!! I have been trying to figure this out for almost a month!!!!! Straight talk was no help!!! THANK YOU!!

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  84. Straight talk on galaxy note, changd apn, voice and data works fine but no text or pics in or out?

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  85. Thank you very much you made my life much better

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  86. I have a t mobile galaxy s 2 and it keeps searching for service and also when i have service i can never get the internet to work . I have called straight talk they wont help me they its my phone

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    1. It sounds like you are in a very weak T-Mobile service area. If your S 2 is unlocked you might have better luck with an AT&T SIM.

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  87. Hello,
    First of all I want to say thank you to the author of this page, it has been very helpful. I have been having some problems since switching to Straight Talk. I have an unlocked HTC One S (T-Mobile branded), and I have used both T-Mobile and AT&T services in the past with no problems with data or MMS. Once I put in my Simple Mobile SIM card (for AT&T phone), I entered the APN settings provided on this page for AT&T "new" settings. However I did not get any data connection and my phone said "Connection failed due to incorrect APN settings". I then tried the AT&T "old" settings provided on this page with the same issue. I also tried APN settings provided from Straight Talk's website, but still no 4G data. Finally I decided to try the T-Mobile SIM APN settings provided on this website, and alas 4G dada worked! However I am still unable to send or receive picture messages (MMS). Note one setting that is different than what is provided on this page is instead of MNC being 260, I have it at 410. When I change it to 260 the APN setting disappears upon saving it. When I contacted Straight Talk about MMS problems they told me it could be my phone model. I know that's BS, since I could send and receive pictures on T-Mobile and AT&T networks no problem. I know it's not the end of the world, as I at least have a data connection, it would be nice to get all the features that I pay for. Sorry for such a long post, I just wanted to include all details. Hopefully someone can steer me in the right direction. Thanks!

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    1. MNC is Mobile Network code. 260 is T-Mobile, 410 is AT&T. Android phones read the MNC from the SIM card and only display APNs with a matching MNC which is why you can'r change it and don't want to either.

      It's weird that the wap.tracfone APN works with an AT&T SIM but Straight Talk is always changing stuff behind our backs. For the MMS issue try keeping the wap.tracfone APN but changing the:
      MMSC to http://mmsc.cingular.com
      MMS Proxy to 66.209.11.33
      MMS Port to 80

      If that doesn't work try http://mms-tf.net as the MMSC

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    2. Dennis,
      I have tried your suggestions, but I'm still having the same issues. I have been able to live without MMS for a couple weeks now, but I realized that I don't even get group text messages without MMS... Any other suggestions?
      Thanks,
      Max

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    3. UPDATE:
      I got mms to work! I found a post from August with APN settings here's what I used:
      The new apn:

      NAME: wap.tracfone
      NO PROXY, NO PORT,
      MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
      MMS PROXY: 66.209.11.32 (yes, 32)
      MMS PORT: 80
      NO APN TYPE, NO AUTHENTICATION TYPE, nothing else.

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  88. Very good info, complements to the author. I have an ATT Samsung Captivate Glide (SGH-I927) on Net10 running 4.0.4. Everything works great except MMS. Sending is good but can’t receive pics. I have been reading and testing for some time with no luck. If anyone has be successful with this phone please reply. Thanks

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  89. I recently have not been getting really crappy cell reception and the service is always cutting in and out on me so I finally got fed up with straight talk telling me it was my phone that was the issue and did a factory reset. I obtained the same APN settings posted here but just cannot seem to get any towers or service to show up. I know its not my phone because I always had great reception and towers were I live and spent an hour and a half on the phone with straight talk until they got fed up and hung up on me. Can someone help me out here?

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    1. APN settings only effect data not registering on the network and using voice and SMS. It you have no signal there's something else wrong, bad phone or SIM, SIM not properly inserted or network dead spot.

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  90. I have a Pantech burst p9070 I can't receive or get picture text why

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    1. Either your MMSC, MMS Proxy or APN Type settings are wrong or else Straight Talk has set up your account incorrectly.

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  91. I have a Sony Xperia S GSM unlocked with Straight talk and I followed the AT&T SIM New Settings and I got data! Thank You!

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  92. I am having the same At&t mms issue as everyone else calls text sending mms and data all work fine but whenever i receive a mms it will not download i believe i am using column 1 settings right now i am using my att sim i am on gingerbread att galaxy note unlocked i would really like some help if possible only mms i received was from me to me and it wouldn't download

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    1. It's probably a problem on Straight Talk's end. but before calling them try changing the MMSC to http://mmsc.cingular.com That's worked for some users.

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    2. I found this in an earlier post it worked for me, HSPA (4G) data and MMS!

      NAME: wap.tracfone
      NO PROXY, NO PORT,
      MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
      MMS PROXY: 66.209.11.32 (yes, 32)
      MMS PORT: 80
      MCC: 310
      MNC: 410
      NO APN TYPE, NO AUTHENTICATION TYPE, nothing else.

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