Assurance Wireless APN Settings

Assurance Wireless Access Point Name (APN) is a setting on mobile devices that allows cellular devices to connect to a 4G or 5G cellular network and the internet. 

Assurance Wireless APN

How to set up Assurance Wireless APN

APN setup section in all mobile devices is normally found under settings. 

To access the APN settings page on Android, navigate to Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names for Samsung Galaxy devices and Settings > Network & Internet > SIMs > Select SIM > Access Point Names for all other devices. Input your APN settings then save and select the newly added APN.

For iPhones, navigate to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network to access the APN page. iPhones do not have a save button so just tap the back button and it will be saved automatically.

Assurance Wireless APN Settings for Android Devices

  • Name: Assurance
  • APN:
  • MCC: 470
  • MNC: 02
  • APN type: default, admin, fota, mms, supl, hipri
  • APN protocol: IPv4/IPv6
  • APN roaming protocol: IPv4/IPv6

Leave any other field like the password and username blank.

Save then select Assurance as the active APN. You may need to restart your phone for this to take effect.

Assurance Wireless APN Settings for iPhone

  • APN:
  • Username:
  • Password:

The username and password fields are left blank.

Tap the back arrow to save the APN settings.

Assurance Wireless APN, internet and network connectivity issues

Once you are done setting up Assurance Wireless, you may still have issues connecting to the network or the internet. You will need to troubleshoot to make sure the issue is not on your end before contacting customer support services. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot Assurance wireless issues.

Check account status

Assurance Wireless needs to be used within 30 days. ACP plans also need recertification every year. Check your account status to make sure it is active then proceed with the necessary step.

You will need to re-activate your account if it has been deactivated for lacking activity or expiry of your ACP period.

Reset network settings

Resetting network settings removes connected Bluetooth devices, Wi-Fi networks and APN settings. This should be a last resort as you will be inconvenienced by reconnecting your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices.

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