The value given below should enter as it is for Red Network APN Settings.

Name: Verizon

APN: you can use either internet or vzwinternet

Proxy:

Port:

Username:

Password:

Server:

MMSC: http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms

MMS proxy:

MMS port: 80

MCC: 310

MNC: 012

Authentication type:

APN type: internet + mms

Android Step by Step

For Android users: The information given below will help to configure your android phones for Red Network APN settings.

Step 1: Go to main menu

Step 2: Click on settings icon

Step 3: Open Wireless and Network and select more

Step 4: Click on Mobile Networks

Step 5: Now select Access Point Names

Step 6: open menu options, click on New APN or “+” sign

Step 7: Enter values that given above as it is

Step 8: Save the changes that you enter and exit

Step 9: Sometimes you need to restart your android phone

Step 10: Now open any web browser you can connect to the internet and high-speed internet on your android phone

iPhone Step by Step

For iPhone Users: Here you can have the detailed information for iPhone users for Red Network APN settings with the values to be entered as given.

Step 1: Go to Main Menu and open Settings

Step 2: Click on General and open Network

Step 3: Now you have made your data roaming in on mode and wifi in off mode

Step 4: You should enable your 3G in on mode otherwise you will connect to edge (2G)

Step 5: Click on Cellular Data Network and enter the below values

Cellular Data – Verizon

APN – internet or vzwinternet

Username – Leave in Blank

Password – Leave in Blank

Step 6: Now you have to configure Verizon iPhone APN MMS settings and the values are

Cellular Data– Verizon

Username – Leave it Blank

Password – Leave it Blank

MMSC – http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms

MMS Proxy – Not Set

MMS Max Message Size – Leave it Blank

MMS UA Prof URL: Leave it Blank

Step 7: Save the changes that you made and exit

Step 8: Sometimes you need to restart your iPhone

Step 9: Open any web browser and connect to the high-speed internet in your iPhone

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