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Thread: Cell C Data Settings & Data Card Support

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Richmond, KZN

    Exclamation Cell C Data Settings & Data Card Support

    Cell C GPRS/EDGE & MMS Information.

    To receive the settings automatically use the USSD command on your phone *147# and call.
    You will receive 2 SMS’s containing the relevant settings. Please save/install them and set as default.
    If you are prompted for a PIN use 1234

    Manual Settings

    Smartdata GPRS/EDGE Settings

    Profile name: Smartdata GPRS/EDGE
    I.P. Address:
    Port: 8080
    APN: internet
    Connection Type: Non-Secure
    Username: Leave Blank
    Password: Leave Blank

    MMS Settings

    Profile name: Cell C MMS
    Server URL:
    I.P. Address:
    Port: 8080
    APN: mms
    Username: Leave Blank
    Password: Leave Blank

    Should you use the manual settings you will still need to call Cell C on 140 or use the USSD command found above to provision your Cell Number on the network for Internet and MMS.

    Links for settings from handset manufacturers

    Nokia Settings

    Motorola Settings

    (more will be added here as they become available, If you have a link please PM it to me and I will place it here)

    Cell C Data Cards Drivers & Dashboard

    Drivers Download

    Dashboard Download

    Data Pricing & Coverage

    Checking Data Balance & Airtime(To register enter your Cell C Number and tick “Forgot my PIN” a new PIN will be SMSED to you)

    Other Information

    Extra initialization string for cell as modem or data card in windows: AT+CGDCONT=1,”ip”,”internet”

    Dial Up Number: *99#
    Username: Leave Blank
    Password: Leave Blank

    Cell C Primary DNS Server:
    Secondary DNS Server:

    Cell C SMTP:

    USSD Code for checking data balance: *101#
    Last edited by morkhans; 12-10-2010 at 09:02 PM. Reason: Updated
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