Rogers APN Settings For Fastest Internet (Updated)

Here’s the best and fastest internet setup for Rogers! It can make your internet speed 11-20 times faster, depending on your device, where you are, and how good the network is. We’ve shared the best and most popular APN settings for Rogers 5G, 4G, and LTE

An Access Point Name (APN) is a crucial setting that allows your mobile device to connect to the internet and send/receive multimedia messages (MMS) on a specific cellular network. This guide will help you configure the correct APN settings for using Rogers Wireless services.

Rogers APN Settings

DeviceParameter NameParameter Value
AndroidAPNltemobile.apn
MMSChttp://mms.gprs.rogers.com
MMS Proxymmsproxy.rogers.com
MMS Port80
Authentication TypeNone (leave blank)
ProtocolPAP
Username(leave blank)
Password(leave blank)
iOSAutomatic configuration recommendedContact Rogers for assistance if manual configuration is necessary.
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screenshot of adding the APN details in the apn field
screenshot of adding the mmsc settings for rogers
screenshot of adding the mms proxy for rogers
screenshot of adding the mms port value in the rogers apn

Important:

  • These are generic settings and might not be applicable for specific situations (e.g., Public IP).
  • Always refer to Rogers for the most up-to-date and specific information, especially for Username and Password fields, which are usually left blank but might be required in specific cases.
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Mobile APN Settings

Parameter NameParameter Value
APNltemobile.apn
MMSChttp://mms.gprs.rogers.com
MMS Proxymmsproxy.rogers.com
MMS Port80
APN Typeinternet + mms
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
All other settingsBlank/default value

Tethering APN Settings

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Parameter NameParameter Value
APNltedata.apn
APN Typedun
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
All other settingsBlank/default value
These settings should be entered into the appropriate fields on your wireless device to ensure functionality on the Rogers Wireless Network.

THE BEST APN Settings for Rogers

Upon receiving my OnePlus One (OPO) today, I encountered poor LTE/4G connectivity. Following a solution similar to TonyMTL’s advice, I made the following adjustments:

  • Navigate to Settings > Mobile Networks.
  • Choose ‘Access Point Names.’
  • Edit ‘Rogers LTE’ by selecting it.
  • Modify the following:
    • MMX Proxy: mmsproxy.rogers.com
    • APN Protocol/APN Roaming Protocol: IPv4/IPv6 (original setting was IPv4 only)
  • Save changes by tapping the three vertical dots at the top right corner and selecting ‘Save’ (which returns to the APN screen).
  • On the APN screen, select the circle next to ‘Rogers LTE.’
  • Exit settings and restart the phone.

By replicating the settings from my Nexus 5, which still had the SIM card installed, I managed to resolve the issue. If successful, your LTE connection should now be significantly improved. I’ll provide speed test screenshots to confirm the improvement.

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Configuring APN Settings

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Android

In my experience setting up Rogers APN settings on an Android device, here are the steps I take: TO Setup any Apn on android, here’s the detailed guide with screenshots.

  1. First, I find the “APN” or “Mobile Networks” settings on my device. This can vary depending on my phone and Android version, but I look for options like “Wireless & networks,” “Mobile data,” or “Network settings.”
  2. Next, I add a new APN profile or edit an existing one if I already have a Rogers profile configured. There is usually an option to “Add APN” or create a “New APN” that I use.
  3. Then, I fill in the key details as follows:
    • APN: ltemobile.apn
    • MMSC: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
    • MMS Proxy: mmsproxy.rogers.com
    • MMS Port: 80
  4. I leave other fields blank unless Rogers provides different instructions.
  5. Finally, I save the changes. This might involve tapping “Save” or selecting the newly created APN profile as the default on my device.

iOS

For iOS devices, in my experience the Rogers APN settings are usually configured automatically. However, if you do encounter issues, I recommend contacting Rogers for assistance.

Manual configuration of APN settings on iOS is possible but not something I advise unless Rogers specifically instructs you to do so. The carriers like Rogers optimize the settings for their network and iOS device compatibility.

If you are told to manually configure the APN by Rogers support, here are the steps I would follow:

First, I would go into the Settings app, then Cellular > Cellular Data Network. Next, I’d tap on the APN section.

Then, I would fill out the details provided by Rogers, which may include:

  • APN
  • Username
  • Password
  • MMSC
  • MMS Proxy
  • MMS Max Message Size
  • MMS UAProf URL

After entering the APN info exactly as specified by Rogers, I would save the new configuration.

But in my case, I’ve found the Rogers APN settings are already pre-configured properly on new iOS devices. So unless you are having cellular data or MMS send/receive issues, I suggest leaving the default APN settings untouched on your iPhone or iPad.

APN Details for Roger Internet

  • APN: ltemobile.apn
  • MMSC: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
  • MMS Proxy: mmsproxy.rogers.com
  • MMS Port: 80

Important: These are generic settings and might not be applicable for specific situations (e.g., Public IP). Always refer to Rogers for the most up-to-date and specific information.

Additional Resources

If you’re facing difficulties, contact Rogers customer support for further assistance. You can also visit their website for more information on APN settings: https://www.rogers.com/support/mobility/apn-settings

Conclusion

That’s it for today’s blog post! Today, I tried to show you all the cool stuff you can set up for your Rogers internet. It can make your internet super fast, like 10 times faster! Lots of people online say it works, and when we tested it, it did! I hope you find this info helpful. If you do, let me know in the comments. And if you have any questions, just ask! Or you can give your feedback from here.

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