For Android devices on Airtel network, navigate to Settings > Mobile Networks > Access Point name > Add New then save for 3G or 4G internet data settings. For some devices, you will find it under Settings > Connections > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names depending on the version of Android and device. Add the APN settings below.
- Name: Airtel Internet
- APN: internet
- Username: Not Set
- Password: Not Set
- Proxy : (leave it blank – not set )
- Port : (Leave it blank – not set)
- Server : (leave it blank )
- MMSC : ( Leave it blank )
- Multimedia Message proxy : (leave blank)
- Multimedia message port : (Not Set)
- MCC : 641
- MNC : 01
- Authentication type : (none)
- APN type : (default,supl)
- APN protocol : (IPv4)
- Bearer : (Unspecified)
- Mobile virtual network operator : (none )
Save the settings, select Airtel Internet as the active APN then restart your device.
You can also clear cache on your Chrome, Opera or Firefox browser. Old outdated cache slows down the browsing experience considerably.
Airtel Uganda APN Internet Settings for iPhone
For iPhones, Navigate to Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Network then input the settings below.
- APN: internet
- Username: (Leave this blank)
- Password: (Leave this blank)
You can easily set up a hotspot to connect other devices like laptops or smartphones to the internet by sharing your smartphone’s internet connectivity.
- Vodafone Uganda Internet Settings
- K2 Telecom Uganda Internet Settings
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- Airtel Uganda Internet Settings
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Can i please get internet settings on my phone 0759107***?
Hello, KIndly follow the procedure on the blog post to set up internet settings for your device. Thank you.
Hmm I want to use the airtel Uganda app and it has failed I’m in dubai and I have contacted you many times but no reply hmm
Please contact the official Airtel Uganda customer service. Thank you.
Thank you, helped me solve the problem.
I’m glad this was helpful to you.
Thank you very much Vincent.