QLINK APN Settings: Get Connected Quickly and Easily

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If you’re like me and looking to get affordable mobile service through QLINK Wireless, you’re in the right place. Before diving into the benefits, let me share my experience with setting up QLINK APN settings on my phone.

Essential QLINK APN Settings

NameqlinkLabel for this APN configuration
APNqlinkAccess Point Name
ProxyBlankLeave blank
PortBlankLeave blank
UsernameBlankLeave blank
PasswordBlankLeave blank
ServerN/ANot applicable
MMSChttp://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapencMultimedia Messaging Service Center address
MCC310Mobile Country Code
MNC240Mobile Network Code
screenshot of qlink wireless apn settings
screenshot of editing qlink apn

Additional QLINK APN Settings for Advanced Users

Authentication TypeCHAPAuthentication protocol
APN typedefaultAPN type
ProtocolIPv4Internet Protocol version
BearerLTENetwork technology

Troubleshooting QLINK APN Issues

IssuePossible CauseSolution
No internet connectionIncorrect APN settingsVerify and correct APN settings
No MMS sendingIncorrect MMSC addressVerify and correct MMSC address
Network signal issuesPoor network coverageMove to a location with better signal strength
Other issuesDevice-specific problemsContact QLINK customer support for assistance


  • The information in these tables is accurate as of December 7, 2023. QLINK may update their APN settings in the future.
  • Always refer to the official QLINK website or customer support for the latest information.

In my case, understanding the basics and configuring these settings was a breeze, and I’ll walk you through the entire process. So, when you find yourself needing to set up QLINK APN settings, here’s what I recommend: follow my guide to easily configure your device and troubleshoot any issues that may pop up along the way. Trust me, it’s worth it for the awesome mobile service you’ll get!

Understanding APN Settings

Imagine your phone is like a superhero trying to talk to its headquarters (the internet) to get information and send cool pictures. The APN settings are like the superhero’s secret codes that help the phone find the right way to connect to the internet and send those awesome pictures.

Here are the important parts of these secret codes

  • Name: Just a cool name for the secret codes, like “Superhero Settings.”
  • APN: This is like the main secret code that tells the phone where to go to connect to the internet.
  • Proxy: Think of this as the address of a special helper server that helps the phone talk to the internet.
  • Port: It’s like a special door number on the server that the phone knocks on to get in.
  • Username and Password: These are like the superhero’s username and password to prove it’s really the superhero and not someone pretending.
  • Server: This is the address of the main computer where all the internet stuff is stored.
  • MMSC: It’s like the superhero’s special center for sending cool pictures.
  • MCC and MNC: These are like the superhero’s country and network codes, which help the phone know where it is and which network to use.

So, the APN settings are like a secret map that helps your phone, the superhero, find its way to the internet and share amazing things! 🦸‍♂️📱🌐

QLINK APN Settings

For optimal performance, ensure you use the correct official QLINK APN settings:

  • Name: qlink
  • APN: qlink
  • Proxy: Blank
  • Port: Blank
  • Username: Blank
  • Password: Blank
  • Server: N/A
  • MMSC: http://mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
  • MCC: 310
  • MNC: 240

Setting Up QLINK APN Settings

Android Internet Qlink

  1. Open Settings
  2. Go to Mobile networks
  3. Select Access Point Names
  4. Click the + icon to create a new APN
  5. Enter the Name and APN as “qlink”
  6. Leave the other fields blank (Proxy, Port, Username, Password, Server)
  7. Enter the MMSC: http://mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
  8. Enter the MCC: 310
  9. Enter the MNC: 240
  10. Save the new APN settings

iPhone Qlink Internet Setup

  1. Open Settings
  2. Go to Cellular
  3. Select Cellular Data Network
  4. Enter the APN as “qlink”
  5. Enter the MMSC: http://mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
  6. Enter the MCC: 310
  7. Enter the MNC: 240
  8. Save the new APN settings

Checking Connectivity

Once you’ve set the APN settings, turn off your phone and turn it back on. Then, try to access the internet and send an MMS message. If you encounter any problems, proceed to the troubleshooting section.


Hey there! If you’re facing APN issues, don’t worry—I’ve got some solutions that might help you out:

  • Restart My Phone: Whenever I encounter minor glitches, I always start by giving my phone a quick restart. It often does the trick.
  • Verify My APN Settings: Double-checking if I entered the information correctly has saved me from connection troubles before. Make sure all the details are spot on.
  • Reset My Network Settings: If things are still not working, I go for the network settings reset. Keep in mind that this will wipe out all your network configurations, including Wi-Fi passwords. But sometimes, it’s necessary to start fresh.
  • Contact QLINK Support: When none of the above solutions work, it’s time to reach out to QLINK customer support. In my experience, they’ve been helpful in resolving more complex issues.

Remember, everyone’s phone and situation can be a bit different, but these steps have worked for me in the past. If you’re still having trouble, I recommend getting in touch with QLINK support for personalized assistance.


Using the correct QLINK APN settings is essential for enjoying seamless internet access and MMS messaging. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can set up your device quickly and easily. Remember, if you encounter any issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to QLINK support for further assistance.

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Kunal Kashyap
Kunal Kashyap

I'm Kunal Kashyap, and I've been immersed in the world of technology for several years now. My journey began back in 2017 when I started creating YouTube videos covering topics like Android, apps, games, and solutions to common tech issues. Today, I've transitioned into the role of a blogger, and you can find my informative guides on backdroid.com. I take pride in simplifying complex tech concepts, making them accessible to everyone. Whether you're a tech novice or an expert, my tutorials are designed to help you troubleshoot problems with your Android device, apps, or games in a clear and straightforward manner. If you'd like to see some of my recent posts, check out my LinkedIn activity.

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