GPRS stands for General packet radio service, or GPRS is a wireless data service that enables you to send information between a mobile phone network. It is used for 2G/3G and 4G mobile phones for multimedia messaging, Internet access, and various applications. In the case of BSNL, if you are facing any kind of issue while accessing the internet using your BSNL SIM.
BSNL GPRS settings help you to troubleshoot the internet-related issues and configure your android mobile settings with the network operator to use internet data and MMS services. In most cases, the BSNL network operator automatically detects these settings in your phone but even after all if you are facing any trouble then you can request a customer support executive for the BSNL GPRS setting, or either you can manually configure these settings by visiting the network settings in mobile.
How to Request For BSNL GPRS Internet Setting by SMS
You can get the BSNL GPRS internet setting by sending an SMS type in the message “GPRS” and send it to 53733 (toll-free) or either you can ask for the GPRS settings by sending <manufacturer name> space <model name> of your handset and send it to 58355 e.g. <Nokia> space <N79> to 58355. When you will send a message from your number, a message will receive on your number with GPRS settings. Save all the settings and restart your mobile to start browsing the internet on your mobile.
In case you are facing any problem related to any type of service, you can call on BSNL customer care number for any type of help.
How to Configure BSNL 4G APN Internet Settings
- Open mobile settings and find the mobile network menu.
- Now go to Access Point Names (APN) menu and create a new APN.
- Below is the BSNL network APN setting.
1. Visit the settings menu of your device
2. Click on Settings > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names
3. Go to the Add option, here it will display the APN setting field.
4. Enter in the ‘Name field – BSNL’ and ‘APN field – ‘bsnlnet’ & tap ‘OK’. Your APN has now been configured for mobile data access.