Updated APN Settings For AT&T In 2022

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This article will help you to add the correct AT&T APN settings on your phone or tablet so you can browse

You might be having trouble adding an AT&T APN on your phone. If you don’t know what an APN is, it stands for Access Point Name. It is a set of parameters that helps your smartphone communicate with a network. This article will help you to add the correct AT&T APN settings on your phone or tablet so you can browse the internet and send MMS on your device. 

Access Point Name is one of the many things you need to configure to use the internet on your mobile phone or tablet. Various combinations of these settings and mobile carriers tend to implement them differently. However, even if you have difficulties adding AT&T APN on your phone, this article will help you set up the correct APN settings for this network provider.

See also - Updated APN settings for T-Mobile

Configuration 

Before we can proceed with the AT&T APN settings for your phone, here is how to manually set up a new APN Settings (Config) for any of the network providers mentioned below:

For Android :

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Tap Connections.
  • Tap Mobile Networks
  • Select Access Point Names
  • Tap More (3 dots)
  • Tap Reset to Default.
  • Then enter the new APN Settings.

For iPhone :

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Tap Cellular Data Network
  • Then enter the new APN Settings

 

AT&T APN Settings for Apple Devices

Below are the AT&T APN settings for Apple devices, including iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad.

AT&T APN Settings for iPhone

  • Name: NXTGENPHONE
  • APN: NXTGENPHONE
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
  • MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
  • MMS port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri
  • APN Protocol: IPv4
  • Bearer: Unspecified

See also - Updated APN settings for Verizon

AT&T APN Settings for iPad

  • Name: ATT Broadband 
  • APN: Broadband
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: not set
  • MMS proxy: not set
  • MMS port: not set
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,MMS,supl,hipri,fota
  • APN Protocol: Enabled
  • Bearer: Unspecified

AT&T APN Settings for Apple Watch

  • Name: Phone
  • APN: Phone
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: not set
  • MMS proxy: not set
  • MMS port: not set
  • MCC: not set
  • MNC: not set
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: not set
  • APN Protocol: not set
  • Bearer: Unspecified

 

AT&T APN Settings for Android Devices

Below are the AT&T APN settings for Android devices, including Smartphones, Tablets and Smartwatches.

AT&T APN Settings for Android Smartphones

  • Name: NXTGENPHONE
  • APN: NXTGENPHONE
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
  • MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
  • MMS port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri
  • APN Protocol: IPv4
  • Bearer: Unspecified

 

AT&T APN Settings for Android Tablets

  • Name: ATT Broadband 
  • APN: Broadband
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: not set
  • MMS proxy: not set
  • MMS port: not set
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri,fota
  • APN Protocol: Enabled
  • Bearer: Unspecified

 

AT&T APN Settings for Android Smartwatches

  • Name: Phone
  • APN: Phone
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: not set
  • MMS proxy: not set
  • MMS port: not set
  • MCC: not set
  • MNC: not set
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: not set
  • APN Protocol: not set
  • Bearer: Unspecified

 

AT&T APN Settings for Android 5G (Standalone-Capable) Phones

  • Name: NRPHONE
  • APN: NRPHONE
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: not set
  • MMS proxy: not set
  • MMS port: not set
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri,fota
  • APN Protocol: Enabled
  • Bearer: Unspecified

AT&T APN Settings for Android 5G (Capable) Phones

  • Name: ENHANCEDPHONE
  • APN: ENHANCEDPHONE
  • Proxy: not set
  • Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Server: not set
  • MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
  • MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
  • MMS port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410
  • Authentication type: None
  • APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri
  • APN Protocol: IPv4
  • Bearer: Unspecified

 

AT&T APN Settings for Windows Phones

Cellular Data or Internet Access

  • APN: NXTGENPHONE
  • Proxy Server: not set
  • Proxy Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Proxy Server: not set
  • APN type: IPv4v6

Multimedia Message Service (MMS)

  • APN: NXTGENPHONE
  • Proxy Server: not set
  • Proxy Port: not set
  • Username: not set
  • Password: not set
  • Proxy Server: not set
  • IP type: IPv4v6
  • WAP Gateway: proxy.mobile.att.net 
  • WAP Gateway Port:80
  • MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net 
  • Maximum message size: 600K

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