Access Wireless is part of the government’s LifeLine support that offers free broadband and mobile services to people who qualify. It is part of QLink Wireless, Assurance Wireless, Safelink Wireless, and more.
Once you have Access Wireless SIM in your phone, you will need to set up Access Wireless APN settings. The settings are listed below.
Access Wireless APN Internet Settings for iPhone
Navigate to Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Network then input the settings below.
- APN: internet
- Username: (Leave this blank)
- Password: (Leave this blank)
To see SIM applications, navigate to SIM Applications menu.
You can also clear cache on your Safari browser if your browsing experience is slow and unresponsive.
Access Wireless APN Internet Settings for Android Devices
Navigate to Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names then add new APN then input the settings below.
- Name: Access Wireless
- APN: internet
- Username: (Not set – Leave it blank)
- Password: (Not set – Leave it blank)
- Proxy: (leave it blank – not set )
- Port: (Leave it blank – not set)
- Server: (leave it blank )
- MMSC: ( Leave it blank )
- MMS Proxy: (leave blank)
- MMS Port: (Not Set)
- MCC: 470
- MNC: 02
- Authentication type: (none)
- APN type: (default,supl)
- APN protocol: IPv4/IPv6
- Bearer: (Unspecified)
- Mobile virtual network operator: (none )
Save the settings then select Access Wireless as the active APN. Restart your device for the settings to take effect.
You may need to clear the cache on your browser so you can improve the browsing experience. An outdated cache can considerably slow down your device.
You can also make some money straight from your device to complement what the government provides.