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Program data settings (APN)

What is an APN and why is it important?

APN (Access Point Name) is necessary for various reasons:

  1. Connection: It helps phones link up with the service provider's network.
  2. Essential features: APN enables access to crucial network functions like calls, texts, and internet usage.
  3. IP address selection: It assists in selecting IP addresses for better connectivity.
  4. Security measures: APN applies security measures to protect your phone and data.
  5. Network compatibility: It ensures that your phone meets the specific network requirements of your carrier.
  6. Traffic separation: APN can separate traffic from other networks, improving your mobile experience.

How do I set up APN settings on my Apple iPhone?

  1. Download configuration profile
    Scan this QR Code from the phone that needs configuration:
    iOS APN QR Codeor access this link on your phone
  2. Navigate to Settings and choose 'Profile Downloaded' from the main screen.
  3. Select the downloaded APN profile.
  4. Click the 'Install' button located at the top-right to install the new APN profile.
  5. To finalize the installation, enter the passcode for your device.
  6. After selecting 'Install,' the profile will complete its installation process.

How do I set up APN settings on my Android phone?

Setting up Breezeline Mobile APN configurations on your Android phone is easy. Just ensure your phone is connected to WiFi and follow these steps:

Open the Access Point Names or APNs menu.

  1. In Settings, check under Wireless & Networks or choose the Connections tab.
  2. Select Mobile network. You may need to choose More settings, More..., or More networks first.
  3. Select Access Point Names.

Note: The settings are case-sensitive, so be sure you’re entering the information exactly as it’s shown here.

  • Name: ereseller
  • APN: ereseller
  • Proxy: Not set
  • Port: Not set
  • Username: Not set
  • Password: Not set
  • Server: Not set
  • MMSC:
  • Multimedia Message Proxy:
  • Multimedia Message Port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 280
  • Authentication Type: Not set
  • APN Type: default,mms,supl,xcap,fota
  • APN Protocol: IPv4v6
  • APN Roaming Protocol: IPv4v6
  • MVNO type: GID
  • MVNO value: 20FF

Once you've completed these steps, your Android phone will be all set to function with the correct Breezeline Mobile APN settings. This ensures seamless access to mobile data and internet services, keeping you connected without interruption.

What happens if I enter incorrect APN settings on my phone?

If you input incorrect Access Point Name (APN) settings, you may experience the loss of cellular data connectivity and may incur additional charges. It's crucial not to edit the APN unless explicitly directed to do so by your mobile carrier or phone administrator. Making unauthorized changes to these settings can lead to disruptions in your mobile data service and potentially result in additional costs. Always follow the guidance provided by your carrier or mobile phone administrator when dealing with APN configurations.

Can I use the same APN settings when traveling internationally?

When traveling abroad, you do not need to modify your APN settings. If you have any questions or require assistance, our Mobile Customer Care team at 855-811-5188 for further assistance.

What should I do if I’m experiencing issues with my mobile service even though my APN settings are correct?

If you’re encountering problems despite correct APN settings, consider these troubleshooting steps:

1. Restart your device: Sometimes, a simple restart can resolve connectivity issues.
2. Check for software updates: Ensure that your device has the latest software updates installed, as these updates can address bugs and improve network performance.
3. Contact Mobile Customer Care: If the problem persists, get in touch with Mobile Customer Care team at 855-811-5188 for further assistance. We’ll ensure there are no network-related issues.

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