Consumer Cellular APN Settings

Consumer Cellular (APN) Access Point Name) is a setting on cellular devices that connect to cellular networks using the Consumer Cellular SIM or eSIM. These devices connect to cellular networks for cellular services and connection to the internet. For a stable internet connectivity, one needs to have a data plan and be within network coverage.  Consumer Cellular uses the AT&T network to provide coverage. 

APN is basically the name of the gateway, and it comes with a host of other settings. Some of them include MMS settings, type of APN and the protocol in use. I have provided the settings below for Android devices and iPhones. You can always use these settings for other operating systems.

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APN Settings on Android Phones

Access the APN setting section on Android  by navigating to:

  1. Settings
  2. Connections / Network & internet / Wireless & internet / More
  3. Mobile networks / SIMs then select Consumer Cellular
  4. Access point names
  5. Add / +

Input the Consumer Cellular APN settings below on your Android device.

Consumer Cellular APN for Android Devices

Leave any other field blank or with their default figures.

  • Name: Consumer Cellular
  • APN: ereseller
  • MMSC:
  • MMS Proxy:
  • MMS Port: 80
  • APN type: default,mms,agps,supl,fota
  • APN protocol: IPv4/IPv6
  • APN roaming protocol: IPv4/IPv6

Save the APN settings then select Consumer Cellular as the active APN.

APN Settings on iPhone / iOS

APN settings section on an iPhone can be located by navigating to:

  1. Settings
  2. Cellular / Mobile Data / Mobile Service
  3. Cellular Data Network / Mobile Data Network

Input the Consumer Cellular APN settings below for iPhones.

Consumer Cellular APN Settings for iPhone 

Input the settings under APN and LTE. Leave the Username and password fields blank.

  • APN: ereseller
  • Username:
  • Password:

Save the settings by tapping the back arrow at the top left then turn off and on your mobile data.

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