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Internet APN Settings for Tanzania for | Zantel | Tigo | Airtel | Halotel | Vodacom | Smile | TTCL

Configure Your “Internet APN Settings in Tanzania”.

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If you have bought a NEW device or have issues with your current internet settings on your phone or tablet. Don’t worry we have the solution to your problem to get the right Internet APN Settings for Tanzania Networks 4G LTE, 3G & 2G.

The settings you will find below is for Android, Windows, Apple & Other Devices such as Samsung, Apple iPhone, iPad, Infinix, XTouch, Tecno, Lava, Micromax, HTC, Blackberry or Windows Smart-Phone and Others.

We have settings for all Tanzania Mobile Networks including Zantel, Tigo, Airtel, Halotel, Vodacom, Smile, TTCL & Smart 4G.


Android & Other Devices:

They are three options to get the internet apn settings for your device:

  • When you insert a new sim card on your device, or if you remove and re-insert a sim card on your device, you will receive a message in your notifications bar, that you have received ‘Configuration Settings’. Open the notification message and click install, this will install the settings and you are done.
  • The other option is to visit the nearest branch and ask the telecom provider: Zantel, Tigo, Airtel, Halotel, Vodacom, Smile or TTCL to send you the ‘Configuration Settings’ straight to your phone through their system or the staff can add the settings for you by using your phone.
  • Lastly if you don’t get the chance to do the above, you can always add the internet apn settings manually by following the below steps.

Follow the instructions below to manually add the APN settings to get your Mobile internet working: 

Android Settings: Follow the steps to enter “internet settings” for your Mobile Network.

To get started configuring APN settings, go to Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> More -> Mobile Networks -> Access Point Names.

OR for Samsung Devices, Go to Settings -> Connections -> Mobile Networks -> Access Point Names.

Internet APN Settings for Tanzania for | Zantel | Tigo | Airtel | Halotel | Vodacom | Smile | TTCL

  1. Than Click “add a New APN”
  2. Than ‘Click” Top Right Option “Save”
  3. Make sure, you have selected on the APN you have created to activate the data connection

Note: Save the settings and than restart your mobile


<— Internet APN Settings for Tanzania —>

When settings up the “APN” above, you will see lot of parameters in the “Access Point Names” section like APN, Username, Password, Dial Number, APN Type, MCC, MNC, MMS Proxy, MMS Port, Authentication type, APN Protocol etc. some of these parameters have default values, don’t change it, only fill up the required fields like Name and APN only. (Other parameters should be left the way they are as default).

E.g. If you are in Tanzania and using Vodacom Sim Card, then your apn settings will be as follows:

Vodacom APN Configuration / Settings

Name = Vodacom
APN = INTERNET

 

Vodacom 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Vodacom
APN = INTERNET
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

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Airtel APN Configuration / Settings

Name: Airtel

APN: internet

 

Airtel 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Airtel
APN = INTERNET
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

Tigo APN Configuration / Settings

Name: Tigo

APN: tigowap

OR try

APN: tigoweb

 

Tigo 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Tigo
APN = tigoweb
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

Zantel APN Configuration / Settings

Name: Zantel

APN: znet

 

Zantel 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Zantel
APN = znet
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

Halotel APN Configuration / Settings

Name: Halotel

APN: internet

 

Halotel 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Halotel
APN = internet
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

TTCL APN Configuration / Settings

Name: TTCL

APN: internet

 

TTCL 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = TTCL
APN = internet
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

Smart 4G APN Configuration / Settings

Name: Smart 4G

APN: internet

 

Smart 4G/3G USB Dongle/Modem/Router Settings:

Profile Name = Smart4G
APN = internet
Access Number: *99#
Username: blank
Password: blank
 

Click on “Return” key

It will ask if you want to “Save” the settings.

If you still are facing problems with the above settings for Android Devices, you can comment below

or You can watch a sample of the below video

Problems faced:

If you have switched on the “mobile data” and you are not seeing any signal of 4G/3G/H+/E on your status bar (see image below).

Then try to change the networks from LTE 4G/3G/2G (auto connect) to 3G/2G (auto connect) or 3G only or 2G only. By going to your settings:

Open Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> More -> Mobile Networks -> Network Mode.

OR for Samsung Devices, Go to Settings -> Connections -> Mobile Networks -> Network Mode.

(see image below)


Otherwise if you are still facing issues, you should:

Go to “Data Usage” in the settings.

Open Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> More -> Mobile Networks -> Data Usage -> Mobile Data (Switch it on)

OR for Samsung Devices, Go to  Settings -> Connections -> Data Usage -> Mobile Data (Switch it on)


Otherwise if it’s still not working then you should: 

Open Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> More -> Sim card manager -> Mobile data and Choose the SIM slot Sim 1 / Sim 2″Network”, this option will activate the data even.

For Samsung Devices, Go to  Settings -> Connections -> Sim card manager -> Mobile data and Choose the SIM slot Sim 1 / Sim 2″Network”, this option will activate the data even.

IPHONE

Getting online on your iPhone happens instantly. There is no need to fill in any extras like Android. Your iPhone is internet-ready a minute or so after you load the new sim card.

In case you face any problems, than follow this link


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