How do I set up internet on my Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S7?
Step 1: automatic setup
Let's start off easy. Often, your settings will be set up automatically if you put your SIM card in your device. You can test this by putting your SIM card in your device, switching off WiFi, and going to a random URL in your browser. If the page appears, your internet connection has already been set up. If this is not the case, continue to step 2.
Step 2: manual setup
That's a bummer, your internet connection isn't set up automatically. Fortunately, setting it up correctly isn't hard. You can do it as follows:
- Go to 'Apps'
- Go to 'Settings'
- Go to 'Mobile networks'
- Go to 'Access point names'
- Select your provider. If it's not listed, select 'Add'.
- You'll now get to a screen where you can enter information. You'll see the information you need to enter below. Enter the information and press 'Save'.
- Name: Telenet data
- APN: telenetwap.be
- MMS-poort: 8799
- MCC: 206
- MNC: 05
- Verification type: PAP
- Access point type: default,supl
Note: you'll come across more text boxes than you see here. You don't have to fill out any boxes that aren't entered here.
Step 3: surf away!
Switch off WiFi, go to your phone's browser, and enter a random URL. Does the page appear? Congratulations! Your internet connection has been set up. You can use your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S7 to surf the Internet wherever and whenever you want. You do need coverage, of course. If you don't have coverage, and you don't know how to fix this, read our advice.