Android Devices – Consumer Cellular APN – AT&T

NON-Consumer Cellular Phone. How do I setup messaging and web access?

Consumer Cellular’s Access Point Name (APN) will need to be installed in the phone in order for it to connect to cellular data. Consumer Cellular operates on two different networks: AT&T and T-Mobile. Select the network you’re using below to access the settings that need to be installed in your phone.

As an alternative, many phone models can be remotely configured to the consumer Cellular data service.

Contact a customer service agent with the IMEI number (serial number) of your non-Consumer Cellular phone to receive the settings via free text message.


APN settings are found by navigating to your Menu and these subsequent sections: Settings > Wireless and Networks > More > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.

From Access Point Names, tap the “Menu” or “Options” button then “New APN”, “Create APN”, or a circle with + to add an APN.




Name ConsumerCellular
APN ccdata
Proxy Not set
Port Not set
Username Not set
Password Not Set
Server Not set
Multimedia message proxy
Multimedia message port 80
MCC 310
MNC 410
Authentication Type Not set
APN Type default,mms,agps,supl,fota
APN Protocol IPv4