Here are some alternative Net10 APN Settings I found:
Once you have reached your phone’s APN setting, create a new APN with the following values:
APN Name: NET10
MMS Proxy: 126.96.36.199
MMS Port: 80
Delete the current APN from your phone.
Reboot your phone.
This should work on AT&T GSM capable phones.
Wow! That is fast.
Microsoft will be creating their own digital personal assistant for digital devices. This will be their version of “Siri” or “Google Now”. Microsoft will be using the name “Cortana” from their famous X-Box videogame series Halo. Cortana was the AI that assisted Master Chief in the popular video game.
I’m sure this will be previewed in the next Windows smartphone or in the next operating system update. We still have to wait and see how this develops.
Happy New Year!
If your carrier does not allow you to change your APN on your iPhone or iPad, you might try a service/site like Unlockit NZ. Point your mobile browser at http://www.unlockit.co.nz on the iPhone or iPad and follow the instructions. The site was developed so you could use unofficial SIM cards from other carriers on your Apple device..
The APN settings are:
MMS PROXY mms3.tracfone.com
MMS PORT 80
Sorry, I don’t know, but you could try to Root your device. Using a prepaid service will be the only way to use this device if it was locked from a GSM network. GSM networks like AT&T or T-Mobile.
Prepaid services use a virtual IMEI number to identify the phone therefore not needing your phones actual IMEI number.