GP Internet Settings 2024

GP Internet Settings 2024: A Comprehensive Guide

Staying connected in 2024 is easier than ever with Grameenphone (GP). This guide will walk you through setting up GP internet on your Android, iPhone/iPad, or even older Symbian phone.

Before We Begin:

  • Make sure you have a GP SIM card with an active data plan.
  • This guide assumes you’re setting up data access. MMS settings are included for those who need them.

Important Note:

While this guide provides general steps, menu options and layouts may vary slightly depending on your device’s specific model and operating system version. Don’t worry, the core configuration remains the same.

I. Setting Up GP Internet on Android Devices:

  1. Access Settings:

    • From your home screen, tap on “Settings”.
  2. Locate Network Settings:

    • Depending on your device’s version, you might find it under “Wireless & networks” or “Mobile networks”.
  3. Access Point Names (APNs):

    • Tap on “Mobile networks” and then “Access Point Names” (or “APN”).
  4. Configure a New APN:

    • Tap the “+” symbol to create a new APN.
  5. Setting Up the APN:

    • Here’s what to enter in each field:
      • Name: Enter “Internet” (without quotes)
      • APN: Enter “gpinternet” (without quotes)
      • APN Type: Leave this blank or enter “internet” (without quotes)
  6. Save and Reboot:

    • Tap the three dots on the top right and select “Save”.
    • It’s recommended to restart your device for the changes to take effect.
  7. Optional: MMS Settings (For Sending Multimedia Messages):

    • Repeat steps 1-4 to create a new APN.
    • Use the following details for MMS:
      • Name: Enter “MMS” (without quotes)
      • APN: Enter “gpmms” (without quotes)
      • MMSC: Enter “http://mms.gpsurf.net/servlets/mms” (without quotes)
      • MMS Proxy: Enter “10.128.1.2” (without quotes)
      • MMS Port: Enter “8080” (without quotes)
      • APN Type: Enter “mms” (without quotes)
    • Save and restart your device again.

II. Setting Up GP Internet on iPhone/iPad:

  1. Open Settings:

    • Tap on the “Settings” icon on your home screen.
  2. Cellular Settings:

    • Navigate to “Cellular” or “Mobile Data”.
  3. Access Point Names (APN):

    • Tap on “Cellular Data Network” or “Mobile Data Options”.
  4. Configure a New APN:

    • You might need to tap on “Cellular Data Primary” or a similar option depending on your iOS version.
    • If no APNs are listed, tap the “+” symbol to create a new one.
  5. Setting Up the APN:

    • Enter the following details:
      • Cellular Data: Enter “gpinternet” (without quotes)
      • Leave Username and Password fields blank.
  6. Optional: MMS Settings:

    • Similar to Android, create a separate APN for MMS with these details:
      • Cellular Data: Enter “gpmms” (without quotes)
      • MMSC: Enter “http://mms.gpsurf.net/servlets/mms” (without quotes)
      • MMS Proxy: Enter “10.128.1.2:8080” (without quotes)
  7. Save and Test:

    • No need to restart; your iPhone/iPad should automatically use the new APN settings.

III. Setting Up GP Internet on Symbian Devices (For Older Phones):

  1. Access Menu:

    • Press the “Menu” button on your phone.
  2. Settings:

    • Tap on “Settings”.
  3. Connection Settings:

    • Navigate to “Connection” or “Connectivity”.
  4. Access Point Names (APN):

    • Select “Destinations” or “Access Points”.
  5. Configure a New APN:

    • Choose “Access Point” and select “New”.
  6. Setting Up the APN:

    • Enter the following details:
      • * **Name:** Enter "GP-INTERNET" (without quotes)
        * **Access Point:** Enter "gpinternet" (without quotes)
        * **Leave other fields blank.**
        * Tap "Back" to save. 
Optional: MMS Settings:
    • Repeat steps 4-6 to create a new access point.
    • Use the following details for MMS:
      • Name: Enter “GP-MMS” (without quotes)
      • Access Point: Enter “gpmms” (without quotes)
      • Select “Multimedia Message” as the access point type.
      • Homepage: Enter “http://mms.gpsurf.net/servlets/mms” (without quotes)
    • Tap “Back” to save.
  1. Activate the New APNs:

    • Go back to “Destinations” or “Access Points”.
    • Select the newly created “GP-INTERNET” APN and activate it (usually by ticking a checkbox).

Troubleshooting Tips:

  • Ensure you have an active data plan: Contact GP customer care to verify your plan’s data allowance.
  • Restart your device: A simple restart can often resolve connectivity issues.
  • Double-check APN details: Ensure you’ve entered everything correctly, including capitalization and any special characters.
  • Contact GP customer care: If you’re still facing issues, their support team can assist you further. They might have specific instructions for your device model.

Additional Resources:

  • Grameenphone Website: Grameenphone offers visual guides for setting up APNs on their website. Search for “GP internet settings” to find the relevant guide for your device type. https://www.grameenphone.com/sites/default/files/Android_APN_settings_English_new.pdf
  • YouTube Tutorials: You might find helpful video tutorials demonstrating the APN setup process for your specific device model by searching “[Device model] GP internet settings 2024” on YouTube (YouTube).

By following these steps and using the provided resources, you should be able to successfully configure GP internet on your device and enjoy a smooth browsing experience.