NTC GPRS Setting For Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Chinese and more

Here is GPRS setting for NTC for all mobile phones like nokia, samsung, sony ericsson, chinese Phones, ZTE mobile,Black Berry,G,I-phone, N70, N72, N73, N76, N81, N93, N95, E63, E65, E71, E90, 3230, 3250, 5700 Xpress Music, 6120c, 6600, 6630, 6680, 7610,Nokia 5800, K330i, K530i, K550i, K580i, K608i, K700i, k750i, k770i, K790i,

K800i, W200i, W350i, W380i, W580i, W800i, W810i, W850i, W880i, S500i, Z550

Basic Setting Parameters for GPRS & MMS
Proxy Server :- 192.80.7.133, Port :- 8000

For accessing internet/WAP through your mobile handset :-
GPRS APN :- ntwap
GPRS Home Page :- http://wap.ntc.net.np (You can use your favorite site link also)more…

For accessing internet through computer by using GPRS service in your mobile phone :-
APN :- ntnet
Leave Username, Password and any other fields blank.more…

For sending and receiving MMS :-
MMS APN :- ntmms
MMS Home Page/Server Address :- 192.80.11.180

setting for nokia, sony-ericsson, chinese, motorola, samsung(new corby and other touch), lg, spice, t-mobile, i-phone, htc,02, mitsubishi, black-berry

Setting I for Nokia (2626,2600,2760, 3110, 3120,3600, Xpress Music 5200, 5220, 5300, 5610,5310, 6030, 6070, 6080,6085, 6151, 6233, 6280, 6300,6500 Slide,6600,6220,7210, 7360, …)
1. Enter the main menu.
2. Select Settings, configuration, personal config. setting
3. Add new (From options)
4. Select Web and provide details
a. Account name: Ntc
b. Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
c. Leave User name and Password field blank.
d. Preferred access point: No
5. Then define access point settings
a. Proxy: Enable
b. Proxy Address:192.80.7.133
c. Proxy port: 8000
d. Data bearer: Packet data.
6. Select Bearer settings.
a. Packet data access point: ntwap
b. Authentication type as Normal.
c. Leave other fields as it is.
7. Finally, activate the above created web
8. Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet with NT Mobile GPRS service.

Note: In case if if third applications(like operamini,ebuddy,mig33) don’t work, follow these steps:

Repeat the above steps upto 3
Select Access point and provide details
Account Name: Ntc
Go to Access point settings;
Data bearer: Packet data
Go to Bearer settings:
Packet data access point: ntnet
Network type: IPv4
Authentication type: Normal
Leave other fields as blank
Save the settings and activate it
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting II for Nokia (N70, N72, N73, N76, N81, N93, N95, E63, E65, E71, E90, 3230, 3250, 5700 Xpress Music, 6120c, 6600, 6630, 6680, 7610, …), LG-KT610
1. Enter the main Menu, Tools, Settings, Connection
2. Select Access points and go to options and then new access point with default settings
a. Connection Name: Ntc
b. Data bearer: Packet Data/GPRS
c. Access point name: ntwap
d. Leave username and password fields as it is
e. Authentication: Normal
f. Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
3. Select Options on left menu and go to Advanced Settings
a. Leave other fields as it is
b. Proxy serv. Address: 192.80.7.133
c. Proxy port no: 8000
4. Return back to Connection, Settings.
5. Go to Packet Data/GPRS:
a. Packet data conn: When available
b. Access point: ntwap
6. Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Make following connection if third party application is not installing/running

Follow upto point 2
1.Connection name: Ntnet
2.Access point: ntnet
3.Authentication: Normal
4.Use this setting when the third party application request for connection.

Setting for Nokia 3120

Go to Menu, Services, Settings
Go to Connection Settings
Edit one of the settings
Settings Name: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: off
Data Bearer: GPRS
Select Bearer Settings
GPRS Connection: When needed
GPRS access point: ntwap
IP address: 192.80.7.133
Authentication Type: Normal
Leave username and password blank
Save the settings and return back to menu
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Setting for Nokia 5800

Menu
Setting
Connectivity
Destination
Access Point
Automatically check for available access point
Yes
Name: NTC
Select wap services
Then go to wap services
Option-Edit
Connection name: NTC
Access point name: ntwap
Authentication : normal
Option-Advanced setting
i.proxy address: 192.80.7.133
ii.proxy port: 8000
Back
Option new access point
Automatically check for available access point
Yes
Provide name: ntnet
Access point name: ntnet
Authentication: normal
Back, Back.

Setting I for Sony Ericsson (K330i, K530i, K550i, K580i, K608i, K700i, k750i, k770i, K790i, K800i, W200i, W350i, W380i, W580i, W800i, W810i, W850i, W880i, S500i, Z550, …)
1. Enter the main Menu, Settings, Connectivity
2. Select Data communication, Data accounts
3. Create New account (Select PS Data/GPRS)
a. Account Name: Ntc
b. Enter APN: ntwap
c. Leave the username and Password field blank
d. Press Save. (New packet data account created)
4. Return back to Connectivity and select Internet settings
5. Go to Internet Profiles and add new profile
a. Enter Name: Ntc
b. Connect using: Ntc(select the account created)
c. Save the profile (New profile is created)
6. Select the profile just created and go to More, Settings
a. Change Use Proxy: Yes
b. Proxy Address: 192.80.7.133
c. Port number:8000
d. Leave Username and password field blank
e. Save the profile and finally activate it
7. Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Setting II for Sony Ericsson (K850i, W910i, G705, …)
1. Enter the main Menu, Settings, Connectivity
2. Go to Internet settings
3. Select Connect using:
a. Add new Data Accounts, PS data
b. Give Name: Ntc
c. APN: ntwap
d. Press Save (New packete data account created)
4. Return back and edit the data account again
a. Leave other fields as it is.
b. Edit Proxy Settings
c. Set proxy on
d. Same for all servers: on
e. Go to HTTP
f. Leave username and password field blank
g. Proxy address: 192.80.7.133, Port: 8000
5. Save the settings
6. Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting III for Sony Ericsson P990i, P1i, W950

Go to Main Menu
Go to Tools, Control Panel, Connections
Select Internet Accounts and create new account
Account Name: Ntc
Address: ntnet
Press Done and add to group Account.
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting IV for Sony Ericsson (S302)

Go to Menu, Settings
Go to Connectivity, Internet Settings
Go to Accounts and create new account
Name: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Preferred connect: PS
Proxy: Use, Yes
Leave login and password blank
Proxy Address: 192.80.7.133
Port: Insecure, Port No: 8000
Select PS data:
Leave Login and password blank
APN: ntwap
Go back to Menu, Internet and Internet Settings
Go to Accounts and select the created account ‘Ntc’
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Setting for Chinese set:

Enter the main menu.
Select Services, Data account, GPRS.
Edit any of the existing Data Account.
Provide Account name:Ntc
APN: ntwap
Leave User Name and Password field blank
Authentication type: Normal
Return back to Services, WAP and Settings
Edit the existing profile
Rename profile: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Data Account: Ntc(just created in step 4)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy address:192.080.007.133
Proxy port:8000
Leave username and password field blank
Save the profile and activate it
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet
Most chinese sets does not support third paryt application so rest is upto customer.

Setting for Motorola V3, L6, L7:
1. Enter the main menu.
2. Select WebAccess, Web Sessions,
3. Select New Entry.
a. Name: Ntc
b. Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
c. Service Type1: HTTP
d. Proxy1: 192.80.7.133
e. Port1: 8000
f. Service Type2 : WAP
g. Proxy2: 192.80.7.133
h. Port2: 8000
i. Set Speed(Bps) : 2400
j. GPRS APN: ntwap
k. Leave everything default and press done.
4. Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for Samsung (Corby & new touch)

Go to menu
Internet
Setting
Internet Profile
Create
Set name: NTC
Access name: ntnet(must be in small letter)
Rest as it is
Save and select it
For Java application: Go to Games and Collection
More
Select NTC that has been created earlier
Save

Setting for Samsung (SGH D900i, SGH E200, E250)

Go to Main menu, Browser
Go to Profile settings
Select one of the existing settings and edit it
Profile name: Ntc
Home URL: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Bearer: GPRS first
Proxy: Enable
Go to GPRS Settings
Proxy IP: 192.80.7.133
Proxy port: 8000
APN: ntwap
Leave Login ID and password blank
Save the profile
Go back to Current profile and select Profile ‘Ntc’
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Setting for Samsung (SGH Z170,…)

Go to Main menu, Settings
Go to Connections
Create New connection
Name: Ntc
Access Name: ntwap
Auth. Type: None
Protocal: HTTP
Home URL: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Proxy Address: 192.80.7.133
Port: 8000
Leave other fields as it is and save.
Go back to Internet, Browser Settings and select the connection as ‘Ntc’
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Samsung SGH-i607(Windows Mobile)

Go to Start, Settings
Go to Connection, GPRS
Go to Menu on right bar and Add
Description: Ntc
Connects to: The Internet
Access Point: ntnet
Leave other fields as it is
Return back to Connections
Go to More
Press Menu and go to Advanced
Internet Connection: Ntc
Leave other fields as it is
Press Done
Finally go to browser
Go to Menu, Options, Connections
Uncheck “Automatically detect settings”
Select Network: The Internet
Now restart the mobile set and you are ready to browse internet

Setting for LG (KG 195, KG 200, KG300, KP320)

Go to Menu, Browser
Go to Data Account, GPRS
Select an account and edit it.
Account Name: Ntc
APN: ntwap
Leave username and password blank
Authentication Type: Normal
Save it and return back to browser
Go to Browser, WAP, Settings
Select one of the profile and edit it.
Name: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Data Account: Ntc(created above)
Connection: HTTP
Proxy Address: 192.80.7.133
Proxy Port: 8000
Leave other fields as it is.
Return back to profile and activate it.
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for LG (KE 770, KE790)

Go to Menu, Settings, Connectivity, Network
Go to GPRS Attach: When needed
Go to Network profile, Data Connections
Go to Options to create new profile
Name: Ntc
Bearer: GPRS
APN: ntwap
Press Ok and save this profile
Return back to main menu
Go to Browser, Settings, Network profile
Add new profile
Name: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Proxy: On
IP Address: 192.080.007.133
Port number: 8000
Access point: Ntc (created at step 3)
Save the profile
Return back to profile and activate it.
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for LG (KP 110, KG 970)

Create Access point firstly as follows
Go to Menu, Settings
Go to network access points
Click options and create new access point
Name: Ntc
Bearer: GPRS
APN: ntwap
Leave other fields as it is.
Now return back to browser, settings
Go to Network profiles, Options
Create new profile
Account Name: Ntc
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Proxy: On
IP Address: 192.80.7.133
Port: 8000
Access point: Select above created ‘Ntc’
Return back to Network profiles and activate the created new profile
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for Spice:

Enter main menu.
Choose Setting, Connect setting.
Choose GPRS.
Edit any of the existing operator
Account name: Ntc
APN : ntwap
Leave user name and password blank
Auth. Type : Normal
Gateway : 192.080.007.133
Port : 8000
Press ok and save it.
Return back to Menu and select services
Go to WAP Setup
Account: Ntc
Connect Type: HTTP
Homepage: http://wap.ntc.net.np
Auto offline: None
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet

Setting for T-Mobile

Press Start/Main Menu
Go to Settings, Connections, GPRS
Go to Menu on right side and Press Add
Description: Ntc
Connects to: The Internet
Access point: ntnet
Leave other fields blank and press save.
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for i-phone

Go to Menu
Go to Settings,
Go to General, Network
Go to Cellular Data Network
APN: ntnet
Leave username and password blank
Data Roaming: ON
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for HTC, O2, Windows Mobile, Sony Ericsson P3600i

Go to Start Menu, Settings
Go to Connections tab
Add new Modem Connection
Enter Name: Ntc
Select Modem: GPRS
Access point name: ntnet
Leave other fields as it is and finish.
Go to General Tab and give name as ‘Ntc GPRS’
Return back to connections, Advanced Tab
Go to Select Networks and edit Network mgmt.
Programs that connect to the Internet should connect using: Ntc GPRS
Programs that connect to private network should connect using : Ntc GPRS
Restart your set and you are now ready to surf internet.

Setting for Mitsubishi:

1. Enter the main menu.
2. Go to wap and then go to setting.
3. Go to wap profile and choose any one of existing.
4. Provide profile name: Ntc
5. Homepage: wap.ntc.net.np
6. select gateway setting.
7. provide Ip:192.80.7.133
8. Enter proxy parameter.
9. provide push poxy Ip address:192.80.7.133
10. Return and select Ntc.

Black Berry

Since we have no any provision for sending the Browser from our operator to access GPRS from your blackberry sets, you are requested to download and install the third party browsers like operamini(http://operamini.com) from your mobile from connecting it to other available medium.

Then make the settings as “TCP: ntnet” in your mobile and you will be able to run GPRS in your blackberry sets.


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