Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, 8TA & Virgin Mobile South Africa WAP, 4G, EDGE, GPRS, 2G, MMS, 3G Manual Internet APN Settings

Virgin Mobile South Africa Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, 8TA or Virgin Mobile South Africa network subscriber, computer, broadband user or GSM Sim card / line owner? “Do you own an internet supported mobile smartphone? Or you own that mobile device which has capacity to access the web? How about visiting your popular websites like YouTube and streaming all of your videos from the comfort of your office or home? Regardless of your need to be connected to the internet, this post has it all when it comes to configuring your device.

South Africa is one country which is known to have very many Mobile internet service providers which include but not limited to Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, Virgin Mobile, BTA and many others all of which offer Wap, Edge, Gprs, 3G, 4G and related connections to their clients at the different affordable rates. And due to the high demand of internet usages, many people are continuously purchasing phones and other devices with Internet support since whether at home, on the go, in office and any other location, any one can be able to access the internet using that same gadget for example an iPhone or even on a PC through a modem.

Do you want to start accessing your favorite and popular applications like Gmail, Google Plus, Whatsapp, Facebook and Twitter on your mobile device? How about sites like Google on your PC or laptop and using your 4G or 3G or broadband modem? Wondering on how to go about activating and manually setting up the required settings on your smartphone, feature phone, Android, iPhone, iTel, Tecno, iPad, Microsoft, Windows Mobile, Lumia’s and any other WAP, Edge, GPRS, MMS, 3G Router, LTE Device, Blackberry, iPhone, 3G R and 2G internet access point names settings? If yes, then just add the ones you see below on your device and you will instantly start accessing the web in addition to downloading all of your favorite applications.

In order to set up or configure your mobile, PC or smartphone device to for full data and internet access, you will need to follow the device connectivity procedures. The APN field matters a lot and you can even leave all others untouched (if your provider supports so). In put the below proxy, port, homepage, apn type, server, mmsc, mcc, mnc, apn [protocol, apn roaming protocol, bearer, mvno, mms port, password and etc settings, save and you are done.

And regardless of which mobile device you may be using, this article will help you identify the different internet and wap provider settings for your ISP in South Africa although you will need to have some knowledge on how to do the manual configurations on your device since the different phone brands and types by the different manufactures have different ways to access the settings in order to add your new settings and for the different ways on how to set up your mobile, please refer to your phone manual or request a tutorial using the comment form below or even our contact us page and for others like;

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Below are the different internet settings for your device on either of your South African service provider.

Cellc South Africa Settings

Account Name – Cellc  Internet
Proxy serv. Address –
Proxy Port number – 8080
APN – internet
Homepage – http://www.csmobile.co.za/

MTN South Africa Settings

Account Name – MTN  Internet
Proxy serv. Address –
Proxy Port number – 8080
APN – internet
Homepage – any URL

Vodacom South Africa Configurations

Account Name – Vodacom  Internet
Proxy serv. Address –
Proxy Port number – 8080
APN – internet

Virgin Mobile  South Africa Settings

Account Name – Virgin Mobile  Internet
Proxy serv. Address –
Proxy Port number – 8080
APN – vdata

8TA South Africa Configurations

Account Name – 8TA Internet
Proxy serv. Address –
Proxy Port number – 8080
APN – internet

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Leave blank on all others and save your settings. You can reboot your device and or simply wait for the H, E, 3G, 4G icon to appear once you have activated the Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, 8TA or Virgin Mobile South Africa settings.

Those are the manual internet configurations for Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, 8TA or Virgin Mobile South Africa mobile internet provider. You can as well request these settings automatically to your device following the prompts in your mobile service option. Alternatively, calling the toll free helpline will help you get these settings and there by easing you the manual set up.

Regardless of the device you are using eg Nokia, Samsung, iTel, Android, iDroid, iPhone, OS, Tecno and etc, having access to the internet means ability to enjoy social applications like Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Viber and all others you know. You simply add the setup on your device and off you are on the chat. If you are on another internet service provider other than Cellc, MTN, Vodacom, 8TA or Virgin Mobile South Africa, simply check out other posts about the same right on this site.

These same data settings can be used to access both 2g, 3g, 4, mms, gprs on mobile and computer. For computer users, simply add the access pint name under APN and save your USB dongle or modem settings. Connect and you are done”.

KWS Adams

My name is KWS Adams. Blogging is my Passion. I love writing and sharing about everything. Connect me on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Whatsapp.

10 Responses

  1. Nathan says:

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  3. Raven says:

    Sure i will try to call them first and then get back to you with results!

  4. Rav3n says:

    Nice work. I like your stile. Last time i checked vodacom’s last host octet was ***.***.***.12 as in like but on your post you have got 13. How can i keep in track with the host if they are updated? And please can you provide IP Host Server for 8ta. Nice Job mate.

    • KWS Adams says:

      Some providers have different host IP Addresses although they work the same. The best way to stay in touch is contacting your provider just in case you see things not working. And for 8ta, I will definitely do that. Thanks for the comment.

      • Rav3n says:

        Alright, thanx. Please do provide me with server host for 8ta.

        • KWS Adams says:

          Host? Do you mean smtp.saix.net? Try that out. The AP is internet. If you find a problem, try to call them at 081 101.

          • Rav3n says:

            For example: a hostname for vodacome(vodafone) if that is safe to say will be: wap-nat-gw.3g.vodacom.co.za! I want something of that nature. Run whois of this hostname and check out the information and proxy host. If you can provide me with necessary tool or method to find something like this on perhaps 8ta, mtn or cellc, that would have done it! And if you check, that hostname will give you vodacom information but if you ping their domain: http://www.vodacome.co.za or live.vodafone.com etc it wont give back the server address for the FQDN : wap-nat-gw.3g-vodacome.co.za, it will give you server ip for vodacom.co.za!

            • KWS Adams says:

              Have you tried calling either of the ISP’s? I guess calling them will help you find the right information. Let me know if you have tried and failed so that I can find a way for you. Its bad that am located in the US not in SA but will try my best to see if I can help you out.

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