APN for Mobile Services

Most smartphones will be able to automatically figure out your APN based on the carrier of your SIM card, and you won't need (or be able) to adjust this setting. If you can't get online, please check for a guide here.

APN settings

APN live.vodafone.com
APN type default
MCC 505
MNC 3

Note: Some devices require you to select a carrier from a list, and you may not see iiNet amongst the providers listed. Simply choose our wholesaler: Vodafone.

 

MMS settings

Name Vodafone AU-MMS
APN live.vodafone.com
APN type mms
MMSC http://pxt.vodafone.net.au/pxtsend
MMS Proxy 10.202.2.60
MMS Port 8080
MCC 505
MNC 3

Most devices never need to have these settings entered manually, but if you can't get online, please check your device's user manual, setup guide or the manufacturer's website for support information on accessing the mobile broadband settings.

 

This information is only for legacy iiNet mobile services powered by the Optus network.

Mobile Broadband

If required, the authentication protocol is CHAP and the Access number is *99# for all providers and services listed here.

You may also need to enter your Mobile Broadband username and password to get online.

Provider/SIM Carrier APN
iiNet 4G connect
Westnet 4G connect
iiNet 3G iinet
Westnet 3G* 555a1
Adam 3G** iinet
Adam 4G connect
TransACT vfinternet.au
Internode internode

*If the APN “555a1” doesn’t work for Westnet 3G, please try “splns555a1” instead, noting that the third letter of that code is a lower case “L” as in “local”.
**If your Adam 3G mobile service was started before April 2014 and the APN "iinet" doesn't work for you, please try "444a1".

 

Most smartphones will be able to automatically figure out your APN based on the carrier of your SIM card, and you won't need (or be able) to adjust this setting.

Provider/SIM Carrier APN
iiNet, Westnet or Adam Mobile Voice internet