Straight Talk APN Settings 

Straight Talk APN Settings 

Straight Talk APN Settings

If you have problems connecting to the Straight Talk network from your smartphone, it may be due to a configuration problem of APN settings. This guide will help you configure Straight Talk APN settings to get your phone connected so you can browse the web, use email, and send MMS messages.

Deconfiguration of cell phone APN Settings is something that happens infrequently. Most smartphones are usually set up automatically, however, there are cases in which this does not happen or cases in which by updating the operating system (ROM change) the cellular APN data is lost. To solve this problem it is necessary to perform the manual configuration of the APN settings.

Straight talk is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) and uses either T Mobile or AT&T. Based on this, the APN settings can be either T Mobile APN settings or AT&T APN settings. Below are the 2 different settings which need to used based on your network.

Straight Talk APN Settings

AT&T Network

  • Name: straight talk
  • APN: tfdata
  • MMSC: http://mms-tf.net
  • MMS proxy: mms3.tracfone.com
  • MMS port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 410

T-Mobile Network

  • Name: straight talk
  • APN: wap.tracfone
  • Port: 8080
  • MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com
  • MMS Proxy:  Leave blank
  • MMS Port: Leave blank

How To Setup Straight Talk APN Settings?

Android APN Settings: Select Settings > More… (under Wireless and Networks) > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names > Menu > New APN or + symbol > insert APN details as given above then restart your device.

iPhone and iPad APN Settings: Select Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network  > insert APN details as given above then restart your device.

Window Phone APN Settings: Select Settings > Mobile+SIM > SIM Settings  >  Add Internet APN > insert APN details as given above then restart your device.

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