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Safaricom Internet Settings – MMS, APN, WAP and Modem settings by Saocv(m): Mon Jun 2019 11:43am
Safaricom Internet Settings: Safaricom Internet is the first GSM network in Africa to introduce 3G connectivity to it’s consumer and also the first 4G-capable network in the region.

This article will guide you on how to set up Internet connection on your PC, mobile phone or tablet to browse with Safaricom’s wide range of Internet broadband.

To set up your phone to access the Internet, send a blank SMS to 445.

A message which contains internet settings will be sent to your phone. Select “Save“ from options to save all the Settings . You are now ready to Pepea Internet Mkononi na Safaricom.

Further to requesting for mobile settings via 445, add the basic setup settings i.e. APN, Username, Password, Data bearer, Proxy port, Proxy IP as well as the standard settings for a Chinese phone both dual SIM & mono SIM.

Safaricom Internet Connectivity
We provide a tailor-made solution, from choosing the right connection for you, to installing, setting up and managing the most secure network.

Our managed broadband service gives you peace of mind in setting up your company Internet connection.

The service includes:
Installation and equipment
Support and maintenance is available
Online support system
Forum for quick and easy answers to any queries
Advantages of the Safaricom Business Managed Internet Service (MIS):
Conforms to the highest levels of service delivery,
Provides secure and reliable Internet connectivity,
High speed connections available for up to thousands of users and wireless solutions
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Speeds of between 1Mb and 100Mb
Upgrading is quick and painless
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Shape your MIS around your organisation even further by adding Other Managed Services such as:
Security
Virtual Private Network (VPN) connectivity
Hosted Services such as domain name registration and hosting
SMTP mail backup
Safaricom internet settings for:
Safaricom Internet Settings – Handset Setup
Get internet settings by dialing *445# or sending a blank text to 445 – then save / install / apply content received and then restart your phone
Manual settings
Default data Settings:



Connection Name: Safaricom Internet
APN: safaricom
Username: saf
Password: data
For content requiring Proxy filter e.g. WAP devices, add the below:

Proxy/Gateway address: 172.022.002.038
Proxy Port: 8080 for HTTP or 9201 for WAP
Authentication type – Normal or PAP/CHAP
Safaricom Internet Settings – Apple iOS
Safaricom Internet Settings for Iphones and Ipads
Internet Settings
Open your iPhone menu and click on “Settings” > “General” > “Network”
Click on “Cellular Network Data”
Enter the required information, normally:
Access point name: safaricom
Username: saf
Password: data
NOTE:

The WIFI function should be turned off
Menu > Settings > WIFI:WIFI OFF
Safaricom Internet Settings – Android
VERSIONS: – Cupcake (1.5) Donut (1.6), Éclair (2.0-2.1), Froyo(2.2), Gingerbread(2.3) and Honeycomb versions(3.0).

Safaricom Internet Settings – Internet Settings 1
On the handset, tap on the tab display on the screen.
Safaricom internet settings - MMS, APN, WAP and Modem settings
Safaricom internet settings – MMS, APN, WAP and Modem settings
Tap the Settings icon.
Tap Wireless & Networks.
Tap Mobile networks.
Tap Access Point Names.
Press Menu button.
Tap New APN.
Tap Name.
Enter Safaricom Live Tap OK
Tap APN.
Enter safaricom Tap OK.
Tap Proxy.
Leave Blank.
Tap Port.
Leave Blank.
Tap Username.
Enter saf Tap OK.
Tap Password.
Enter dataTap OK
Press menu option and save
Press Home icon to go back to main page.
The settings have been applied and are ready for use.
Safaricom Internet Settings – Internet Settings 2
On the handset, tap on the tab display on the screen.
Tap the Settings icon.
Tap Wireless & Networks.
Tap More Settings
Tap Mobile networks.
Tap Access Point Names.
Press Menu button.
Tap New APN.
Tap Name.
Enter Safaricom Live Tap OK
Tap APN.
Enter safaricom Tap OK.
Tap Proxy.
Leave Blank.
Tap Port.
Leave Blank.
Tap Username.
Enter saf Tap OK.
Tap Password.
Enter dataTap OK
Press menu option and save
Press Home icon to go back to main page.
The settings have been applied and are ready for use.
Safaricom Internet Settings – Windows Mobile OS
For Versions 5, 6 and 7



Safaricom Internet Settings
Press Next.
Press New
Access point name (APN): safaricom
Select Safaricom GPRS.
Press Edit… below Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using.
Press the Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using dropdown list.
Press ok.
Settings Name: Safaricom GPRS
Press Select Networks. Press New… below Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using.
Press Start > Press Settings > Press the Connections tab > Press Connections > Press the Advanced tab.
Connection Name: Safaricom GPRS
Select a modem: Cellular Line (GPRS, 3G).
Press Next.
User name: saf
Password: data
Domain: leave blank.
Press Finish
Press Safaricom GPRS to mark it.
Press ok to activate the data connection.
Press ok twice to exit the menu item.
Press Close several times to return to stand-by mode.
Safaricom internet settings: Blackberry OS 10
Safaricom Internet Settings
From the Home Screen, Swipe from bottom to top to access the menu.
On the Menu Screen, Locate the settings icon and open it by tapping on it.
On the System Settings Menu, Locate Network Connections and open it.
On the Network Connections Menu, Locate Mobile Network and open it.
On the Mobile Network Menu, Locate APN at the bottom and open it
On the APN Settings Menu, Type the name “safaricom” under the Access Point Namethen Tap on Save at the top right corner.
Safaricom mms settings for your handset
To setup your phone to access the Internet, send a blank SMS to 445. A message which contains Internet settings will be sent to your phone. Select “Save” from options to save all the settings. You are now ready for Pepea Internet Mkononi na Safaricom.

Further to requesting for mobile settings via 445, add the basic setup settings, i.e., APN, Username, Password, Data bearer, Proxy port, Proxy IP as well as the standard settings for a Chinese phone both dual SIM & mono SIM.

Safaricom mms settings – Apple iOS
For Iphones and Ipads
Multimedia Messaging (MMS) Settings
Go to Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network > MMS



Enter the following: –

APN: safaricom
Username: saf
Password: data
MMSC: http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com
MMS proxy: leave blank
MMS max message service: leave blank
MMS ua prof: leave blank
Safaricom mms settings – Android
VERSIONS: – Cupcake (1.5) Donut (1.6), Éclair (2.0-2.1), Froyo(2.2), Gingerbread(2.3) and Honeycomb versions(3.0).

Safaricom Multimedia Messaging (MMS) Settings
On the handset, tap on the tab display on the screen.
Tap the Settings icon.
Tap Wireless & Networks.
Tap More Settings
Tap Mobile networks.
Tap Access Point Names.
Press Menu button.
Tap New APN.
Tap Name.
Enter Safaricom MMS. Tap OK.
Tap APN.
Enter safaricom Tap OK
Tap Username
Enter safTap OK.
Tap Password
Enter data Tap OK
Tap MMSC.
Enter http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com . Tap OK.
Tap MMS Proxy
Enter 172.022.002.038 Tap OK.
Tap MMS port
Enter 8080 Tap OK.
Press menu option and save
Press Home icon to go back to main page.
Safaricom mms settings – Windows Mobile OS
For Versions 5, 6 and 7



Safaricom Multimedia Messaging (MMS) Settings
Press New
Press Edit… below Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using.
Select Safaricom MMS.
Press the Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using dropdown list.
Press ok.
Settings Name: Safaricom MMS
Press New… below Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using.
Press Select Networks.
Press Start > Press Settings > Press the Connections tab > Press Connections > Press the Advanced tab.
Connection Name: Safaricom MMS
Select a modem: Cellular Line (GPRS, 3G).
Press Next.
Access point name (APN): safaricom
Press Next.
User name: saf
Password: data
Domain: leave blank.
Press Finish
Press Safaricom MMS to mark it.
Press ok to activate the data connection.
Press ok twice to exit the menu item.
Press the Home key several times to return to stand-by mode.
Press Start > Press Messages > Press Messaging > Press SMS/MMS > Press Menu > Press New >Press MMS Options
Save sent messages (Check)
Reject all messages (Un-Check)
Allow delivery report (Check)
Allow read report (Check)
Retrieval mode: Auto
Attempts before giving up – 4
Photo resolution: Original
Press the Servers tab > Press New
Server name: Safaricom MMS1
Gateway: 172.022.002.038
Port number: 8080
Server address: http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com
Connect via: Safaricom MMS
Sending size limitation: 300K
WAP version: WAP 2.0
Press Done
Press and Safaricom MMS1 until a pop-up menu is displayed.
Press Set as Default.
Press ok twice to exit the menu item.
Press the Home key to return to stand-by mode.
For Versions 7.5 to Version 8

Multimedia Messaging (MMS) Settings
Tap ADD
Tap connection Name and type in Safaricom mms
Scroll to mms APN and Enter safaricom for the mms Access Point Name
Scroll to Proxy address and enter 172.022.002.038
Tap Proxy Port and type in 8080
Scroll to mmsc address and enter in http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com
Tap authentication type and select PAP
Tap the tick symbol
Tap ok when informed that here are no internet settings as we have already entered these.
Tap and hold Safaricom Internet and then select activate
If you see the word active in blue under Safaricom internet then this has been completed successfully
Safaricom mms settings – Blackberry OS 10
Safaricom Multimedia Messaging (MMS) Settings
On the Home Screen, swipe left to right to access the Hub.
Tap Text Messages, then tap Menu (3 dots), then Settings.
Tap Text Messages, then tap Advanced.
Scroll down to APN Settings
Enter the following information:

APN type safaricom
Username type saf
Password type data
MMSC URL type http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com
Proxy URL type 172.022.002.038:8080
Proxy Username = Leave Blank
Proxy Password = Leave Blank
Tap Save
Safaricom Modem Settings
Modem setting Profile name: Safaricom
select static
Access point(APN): safaricom
Access number: *99#
Username: saf
pass: data
Safaricom APN Settings
Here are the Safaricom APN setting for internet configuration

3G Frequency – 2100mhz



Name: Safaricom
APN: safaricom
Proxy: 172.22.2.38
Port: 8080
Username: saf
Password: data
Server: http://wap.safaricom.com
MMSC: http://mms.gprs.safaricom.com
MMS Proxy: 172.22.2.38
MMS Port:
MCC:
MNC:
Authentication Type:
APN Type:
APN Protocol:
APN Roaming Protocol:
Safaricom Wap Settings
One can activate the Safaricom wap by sending a blank SMS to 445 or dialling *445#ok.

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