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Recently in a media event in Mumbai, Facebook officials announced a piece of news. Like it’s every other news creating buzz and hitting top column of blogs, this news is also rising with high flame. Facebook announced that, the Company is teaming with biggie Reliance an Indian carrier to launch Internet.org. The Internet.org is an initiative to make available the internet to more and more people and share their ideas and thoughts.

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The plan aims to offer basic internet service on Smartphones or feature-phones. The project will primarily be launched in six-states of India. On launching the scheme in these states, then further they will be spreading its wings to get more and more states. Currently, the service will be available in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra-Pradesh. Facebook officials further stated that the project ‘Internet.org’ will allow maximum user to connect to internet share their creativity and ideas.

To get benefits of this scheme, you need to be a Reliance subscribers. Being a Reliance subscriber you can access data, visit websites all you need to get is a data plan. At present, the Internat.org allows to access bundle of free service like BBC News, local jobs, ESPN sports, travel, communication and so. Facebook Messenger and Facebook is also listed under free service. These services are also available in other languages like Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Gujarati and Malayalam. Let’s wait and watch what reviews Reliance gets!

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Indian mobile operators have now moved ahead from the usual 2G and 2.5G networks to a faster and better 3G network which uses a bigger bandwidth and has a faster file transfer speeds. Also the networks are more efficient allowing for better voice calls as well. But 3G is mostly used for internet purposes as you can now surf and download at much faster speeds than ever before. So for that we are going to check out the 3G manual settings of all the mobile operators in India.

Do note that these setting work, but you can always get the settings from your network operators itself. These settings will help you if you are not able to reach your network operators customer care or else when they are not prompt enough in their service which regularly happens.

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BSNL:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Connection name – Bsnl3g
Data bearer – Packet data
Access point (APN) – bsnlnet
User name – none
Prompt password no
Authentication- Normal
Homepage- any or http://www.google.com

MTNL:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Connection Name – MTNL
Data Bearer – Packet Data
Access Point Name (APN) – mtnl.net
User Name – leave blank
Password – leave blank
Authentication – Normal

WAP Settings
Home Page – http://wap.mtnl.in
Proxy – Yes
Proxy Server Address – 10.10.10.10
Port – 9401

Airtel:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – AIRTEL
APN-Access Point Names – airtelgprs.com
Access number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication type – normal
Proxy – Disable
Proxy address – 0.0.0.0
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS or PACKET DATA
DNS1 – 0.0.0.0
DNS2 – 0.0.0.0

Vodafone:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – Vodafone
APN – www
Access Number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – off/Disable
Proxy address – [blank]
Port – [blank]
Data Bearer – PACKET DATA
DNS1 – [blank]
DNS2 – [blank]

Idea:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – IDEA
APN – imis/internet
Access Number – *99# or *99***#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – Enable
Proxy address – 10.4.42.45
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA

Reliance:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – Reliance GSM
APN – rcomnet or smartnet
Access Number – #777
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – none
Proxy – Disable
Proxy address – [blank]

Port – [blank]
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA
DNS1 – [blank]
DNS2 – [blank]

Tata DoCoMo:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – TATA DOCOMO
APN – TATA.DOCOMO.INTERNET
Access Number – *99#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – off/Disable
Proxy address – 0.0.0.0
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA
DNS1 – 0.0.0.0
DNS2 – 0.0.0.0

Aircel:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – AIRCEL
APN (prepaid) – aircelgprs.pr
APN (postpaid) – aircelgprs.po
Access Number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – Enable
Proxy address – 192.168.035.201
Port – 8081
Data Bearer – PACKET DATA

We checked out the manual 3G settings of all the mobile operators having 3G networks in India at this very moment. If any future operators arrive, then for them there will be an update, but this way you can be sure that you don’t have to wait for the customer care to reply to you. Also make sure than when you enter these settings, save them as a profile and make them the default settings for all the apps. After this you need to restart the phone so as for the settings to take effect and then you are done. So happy surfing and happy 3G.