MTN South Africa APN Configuration for Windows Phone 2023

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MTN South Africa APN Settings for Windows Phone 2023,MTN South Africa APN Configuration for Windows Phone 2023

MTN South Africa APN Configuration for Windows Phone 2023

MTN Group Limited (previously M-Cell) is a South African multinational mobile telecommunications firm active in numerous African and Asian nations. Its headquarters are based in Johannesburg. MTN had 280 million users as of December 2020, making it the eighth largest mobile network operator in the world and the largest in Africa. One-third of the company’s sales originates from Nigeria, where it owns a market share of approximately 35%.

MTN Group is the major sponsor of the South African national rugby union team, as well as the English football club Manchester United and the Zambian Super League. The group’s Nigerian affiliate has an existing sponsorship agreement with the Nigerian Football Federation.

MTN South Africa 4G LTE Internet and MMS APN Settings for Windows Phone 10, 8.1, 7 Microsoft Lumia 950

MTN Windows Phone 10 APN

In your Lumia Windows Mobile Go to Settings -> Network & Wireless -> Cellular & SIM Settings -> Add Internet APN


Profile Name: MTN Internet
APN: internet
User name: guest
Password: Blank
Type of Sing-in-info : None
IP Type :Ipv4
Proxy server (URL): Blank
Proxy Port : Blank


Profile Name: MTN MMS
APN: mms
User name: mms
Password: mms
Type of Sing-in-info : None
IP Type :Ipv4
Proxy Server :
Proxy Port : 3130
MMSC Port: Blank
Maximum MMS Size (KB): 1024


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MTN South Africa History

M-Cell was founded in 1994 with the aid of the South African government. John Beck was replaced as CEO in 1995 by Robert (Bob) Chaphe and company founder Leena Jaitley. In 2001, the firm announced that Johnnic Holdings was the controlling shareholder and Irene Charnley was the chairperson. In 2002, Phuthuma Nhleko was appointed CEO, succeeding Paul Edwards, who had invested in Nigerian expansion.

In South Africa, MTN’s competitors include Vodacom, Cell C, and Telkom Mobile.

Bharti Airtel, an Indian telecommunications firm, investigated the idea of acquiring MTN Group in May 2008. Reliance Communications was also in negotiations with MTN regarding a “possible business combination.” In July, the two corporations concluded their merger discussions.

MTN Group agreed in June 2008 to acquire Verizon Business South Africa, a provider of data services to clients in South Africa and four other African nations. The transaction was finalized on February 28, 2009.
On June 26, 2009, the subsidiary of MTN Group amalgamated with Belgacom International Carrier Services (BICS). The merged subsidiary served as MTN’s international gateway for its carrier services.
MTN established a cooperation with Afrihost to provide DSL Broadband services throughout Africa in October 2012.
Shanduka Group, a South African holding company, acquired a minority stake in MTN Group’s Nigeria business for $335 million in November 2012.


MTN mast in Kaduna State

In 2014, MTN was among the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands and was recognized as Africa’s Most Admired and Most Valuable Brand. In 2015, MTN maintained its position as the Most Admired and Most Valuable African Brand.

Rob Shuter was hired as the company’s chief executive officer in March 2016.

On 1 September 2020, Ralph Mupita was appointed Chief Executive Officer, replacing Shutter.

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