Settings for sending and receiving PXT

There's a handful of settings your phone needs to successfully send and receive PXT on our network.

If you've bought your phone from us, it'll already be set up ready to go straight out of the box. If you've purchased it from elsewhere, or are having trouble with it, you can check your settings to make sure they're correct.

How it works

  1. To use PXT, you need a compatible phone with the correct settings for our network
  2. Many phones can be set up using our online mobile configurator
  3. If you need to check or enter the settings manually, you'll usually find them in the network settings option in your phone
  4. Manually configuring your phone for PXT may require you to create a new Access Point Name (APN) to enter the settings – check your phone’s interactive user guide for instructions

Are you using Android?

You can quickly reset your APN to our network.

  1. Find the APN settings page (check your user guide if you're not sure how to get there)
  2. Using the physical menu/options button on your phone, or by tapping the 'three dots' icon in the top/bottom lef/right-hand corner of the APN screen, you should be given the option to 'Reset to default' - tap it
  3. After resetting, check to see if your phone's fixed. If not, try manually entering the PXT/APN settings below

MMS settings

Name Vodafone AU-MMS
MMS Proxy
MMS Port 8080
MCC 505
MNC 03
APN type mms

Important information

  • Your phone may not ask for some settings, (MCC, MNC or APN type for example). If they're not asked for, they're not needed
  • A username or password is not required for PXT
  • PXT uses our mobile data network. To send and receive PXT you must have mobile ('cellular') data turned on

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