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APN & MMS Settings for Aio Wireless

It’s almost impossible to find the APN (Access Point Network) settings for Aio Wireless so I thought I’d post them here for people to find them easier.

After contacting customer support, here is what they gave me:

  • Name: Internet
  • APN: ndo
  • Proxy: Not Set
  • Port: Not Set
  • Username: Not Set
  • Password: Not Set
  • Server: Not Set
  • MMSC:
  • MMS Proxy:
  • MMS Port: 80
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 150
  • Authentication type: Not Set
  • APN type: default, mms, fota, hipri, supl

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  1. APN type – get rid of the spaces after the commas or it doesn’t work.

    • Dan Mandle

      October 24, 2013 — 6:49 pm

      It must depend on your phone. Works fine with the spaces on my Nexus 4. Thanks for letting other people know, though!

    • Thanks for the update.. No one at AIO was ale to help me figure out the problem. I removed the spaces after the commas and now it works fine.. 🙂

  2. thank you so much for this. when my software on my phone updated it deleted all this and i couldnt get online

  3. Thank you for the info. I used these settings on my Nexus 5 and they appear to work. My house doesn’t appear to be in an LTE area but at least I’m getting internet now.

  4. I’m having issues with group messaging….it seems to do MMS and SMS fine but not with multiple ppl. Seems to send one message per person.

  5. Worked great on my Nexus 5. Thank you so much for sharing this information! Extremely helpful and much appreciated!

  6. I have these exact same settings on my gal s4 from Verizon (which was flashed over to aio), but I still can’t send or receive pictures. Anybody know what I should do?

  7. How do you get the box for APN to open up on a Blackberry Z10? I see the APN buT the box is grayed out not allowing me to input information! Please help

  8. Dan, I googled “aiowireless apn group mms” and was surprised to stumble on your blog! I just switched to Cricket from AT&T on my Nexus 5 and it’s great, but I can’t get group MMS to stay in a group using these APN settings. Have you had similar issues?

    Cheers, Joe

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