Verizon APN Settings

Verizon APN Settings

Verizon is the result of the merger of two firms Verizon as well as Air Wireless. It is a provider of data packs and Mobile Network services. It is necessary to change your Verizon APN Settings if you are having issues getting connected to the Internet as well as transmitting Multimedia messages.

This is more likely if the phone was not purchased directly through Verizon. Phones bought directly from Verizon come with a data manager which includes the entire Verizon APN settings.

If you own a Verizon sim card and you want access to the Internet via your device using that sim card, then you’ll be required to manually input the APN settings on the settings of your smartphone.

An Access Point Name (APN) is the link between the mobile phone and the network provider. It is essential to activate an APN properly to establish a functioning connection to your phone’s data network.

The phone will typically connect to and download an APN from your provider. It might also come with an APN pre-installed, which is mentioned earlier. We can assist you in changing your Verizon APN settings by hand should you need to.

Verizon APN Settings

  • APN Name:Verizon
  • APN:vzwinternet
  • Proxy:
  • Port:
  • Username:
  • Password:
  • Server:
  • MMSC:
  • MMS Proxy:
  • MMS Port:80
  • MCC:310
  • MNC:12
  • Authentication Type:
  • APN Type:internet+mms
  • APN Protocol:
  • APN Roaming Protocol:
  • Bearer:
  • MVNO Type:
  • MVNO Type:

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