Airtel Data Browsing Settings, Configuration & Internet APN Settings

Airtel is a household name in telecommunications in Africa. The telecom giant provides various services including GPRS/3.75G, Data/mobile internet browsing capabilities on their network. If you have a mobile device on an Airtel network, you may want to configure it for internet and data capabilities. Usually, once you insert your Airtel sim card into your mobile device, the settings are sent to you immediately and you would be required to save it in your phone and this sorts you out. However, some mobile phones may not be able to receive these settings and would have to be manually configured to be able to access internet data.

Airtel Nigeria GPRS Internet Settings for Browsing (Airtel GPRS): 

You would need to activate your AIRTEL sim before you are able to browse and this is done in 2 ways:

1. Online at http://dmc.ng.airtel.com while the second method is done by calling their customer care service through 111.

2. Text internet (space) Phone model (space) Phone model number as SMS to 232.
For example, if you want to receive automatic configuration settings for a Nokia 6300, You will text Internet Nokia 6300 as SMS to 232.

See Also:

Glo GPRS Configuration Settings For Browsing

MTN GPRS Configuration Settings For Browsing

Etisalat GPRS Configuration Settings For Browsing

Airtel GPRS Manual Settings

APN (Access Point Name): internet.ng.airtel.com
Username: internet
Password: internet

Settings for mobile internet browsing:
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APN (Access Point Name): wap.ng.airtel.com

Username: wap
Password: wap
Homepage: http://wap.ng.airtel.com or any site you want

Airtel Ghana GPRS Configuration Settings for Browsing:

Wap:

1.   Go to Menu Tools Settings Connection Access points options

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New Access points Use default setting. Enter details for the following parameters.

  • Connection name: Airtelwap
  • Data Bearer: Pocket data
  • Access point name: wap
  • Username:<none>
  • Password:<none>
  • Authentication: Normal
  • Homepage: http://myairtel.gh.airtel.com

Press Options then select Advantage settings. Enter details for the following parameters:

  • Network type: Ipv4
  • Proxy serv. Address: 10.93.85.88
  • Proxy Port number: 9201

2. Go back to the main menu, select Web, and press Options then Settings. Choose Airtel wap as the default access point.

Internet 

Go to Menu Tools Settings Connection Access points Options New Access point

  • Use default settings. Enter details for the following parameters.
  • Connection name: Airtel Internet
  • Data Bearer: Packet data
  • Access point name: internet
  • Username:<none>
  • Password: <none>

Authentication: Normal

Homepage: http://google.com 

Go back to the main menu, select web, press options then settings

Choose Airtel Internet as the default access point

Airtel Kenya GPRS Configuration Settings for Browsing:

APN: internet

Username: Leave Blank

Password: Leave Blank

IP Address: 172.030.008.050

Bearer: GPRS first

Port: 8080 H

Homepage: www.ke.airtel.com

Airtel Data Plan in Ghana and Kenya

In order to take care of vast data needs without making life difficult for subscribers, Airtel has come up with a package which is known as Airtel Speedo. With the package, you will be able to access all the data plans available on the network easily by just dialing the code, *141# and it will take you to the SmartSpeedo USSD menu. This code, however, is only for Nigerians.

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For subscribers in Ghana, Airtel Ghana has come up with the Browse Chaw which with the code, *125# one can get data from 10MB for a day to the up to 12GB for 90 days. There are also Broadband Packages that include prepaid bundles, Blackberry Packages, and postpaid packages. A complete solution for Airtel Kenya is *544#.

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Among the available data plans on the network are the Daily/Weekly plans, Monthly plans, 2G plan, Social Plan, and Mega Packs.

How to Check Data Balance

Although Nigerian subscriber can simply call the call center number by dialing 141 and requesting to know your data balance, you can likewise and more easily dial *140# and you will receive an SMS with all the available data you have, including the bonus data you are given.

You can also dial these codes:

  • *123*10#
  • *141*11*0#
  • *141*712*0#
  • *123*9# – For Airtel BIS

In Ghana, by simply dialing *125#.

For Kenyans, the code is still *544#

Check Airtel Phone Number

In case you are unable to recall your Airtel number, there are ways that you can check it without necessarily having to call the center number. Those with Airtel Nigeria can use:

  • *121# and follow the onscreen prompts.

For those using Airtel Ghana and Airtel Kenya, you can use these codes respectively to verify your phone number:

  • *703#
  • *123#
Emeka Chigozie
Emeka has a keen interest in tech, entertainment, and politics. He likes to stay up to date with global news when he is not thinking about future trends in tech.
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