Telstra APN Settings

Telstra APN Settings are the settings on your mobile phone that let you use the internet, send and receive multimedia messages etc. It acts as a gateway to data plan service you have with your prepaid carrier.

A complete setup guide on setting up these apn settings are explained below. (If you are trying to setup your apn settings, its recommended for you to bookmark this page for later reference)

Configure Telstra APN settings for Android or iPhone or iPad

Based on your device, you have to follow the below steps to find the apn configuration tab.
For Android phone: Goto Settings > More > Mobile networks > Access Point Names > Menu >
If you have an iPhone or iPad: Goto Setup > General > Network > Mobile Data

telstra apn settings

Telstra APN Settings

Below are the settings values which need to be entered exactly the same way to properly setup the connection. The below settings list almost all the fields found in the most device, however, if you find some other details you may leave it with the default value.

Name: Telstra Internet
APN: telstra.iph
MMS Proxy:
MMS Port: 80
MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 505
MNC: 01
Authentication Type: none
APN Type: default,supl,mms

telstra apn settings ipad

Save the new settings and set it as your default settings. Exit and restart your device.

Try browsing the internet, you would be now able to browse and send MMS successfully in Telstra network.

Telstra MVNOs APN Settings

This table is for all the MVNOs that use “parts” of the Telstra 3G or 4G network services. Examples are Woolworths Mobile, ALDI Mobile, CMobile Blue, etc.

Telstra APN SettingsInternet Data SettingsMMS Settings
Proxy(leave it blank)(leave it blank)
Port(leave it blank)(leave it blank)
Username(leave it blank)(leave it blank)
Password(leave it blank)(leave it blank)
MMSC(leave it blank)
MMS Proxy(leave it blank)
MMS Port(leave it blank)80
MMS Protocol(leave it blank)WAP 2.0
Authentication Type(leave it blank)PAP
APN Typedefault, suplmms
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