Telecom XT iPhone Settings

, posted: 26-Oct-2009 23:52

iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS are perfect for Telecom's new WCDMA 850MHz XT Network. You'll get fast nationwide 3G coverage all through New Zealand and all you need is a Telecom Prepaid or Contract SIM Card. Just put your Telecom SIM Card in your iPhone and you can start calling and texting. If you want mobile internet and MMS you'll need to enter the settings below. Mobile Data - Telecom XT APN Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network APN: PXT - Telecom XT iPhone MMS Settings Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network APN: MMSC: MMS Proxy: MMS Max Message Size: 614400 Turn your phone off, then back on to apply the new settings. Here's how it should look: Extra Tip: You can check your account balance at

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Comment by Bronwyn, on 6-Nov-2009 13:46

I am trying to connect my iPhone to Telecom network (have Sim card), and have loaded in the info given on the screen for the XTAPN and XT MMS iPhone settings as shown. What do I do after I've entered them into my phone - there's no Enter, Okay or instruction. It only says "Reset" which I've done. I then turned the phone one/off but still nothing happened and it didn't connect -what have I done wrong?

Comment by Nina Foothead, on 4-Oct-2010 19:55

I would just like to say a huge thank you for this really helpful information. I have been looking for days to try & find this. Thanks Nina

Comment by Ern, on 10-Feb-2011 11:21

MMS Proxy: acording to Telecom XT Brochure

Comment by Jimbob, on 26-Feb-2011 09:43

Thanks mate, iPhone 4 on XT and with your info, up and running in mere mins.

Comment by Jack, on 15-Sep-2011 06:29

Thank-you very much for this info! Also on iPhone 4 and have been on the phone with Telecom who couldn't give me this information, now rocking fast strong coverage ;)

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