MTN Internet Settings in Ghana For Smartphones

By | August 22, 2022

Setting up an internet connection on a new phone using our mobile network is one of the most difficult simple tasks we face.

When this occurs, the first thing to consider is not your network’s internet speed, but rather how to configure your smartphone’s internet connection before considering internet speed.

In the computer age, internet use has become more important to our daily lives than anything else, so we make every effort to stay active and connected online.

MTN Internet Settings in Ghana

We’d like to walk you through setting up your MTN internet on your smartphone in this article, so if you have any questions, they’ll be answered.

Do the following to configure your MTN internet on your smartphone:

Android phones

  • Locate and select Settings from your phone’s menu.
  • Choose “Network & Internet.”
  • Then choose “Mobile Network.”
  • To add an access point, you must first select “Access Point Names.”
  • Click the “plus” sign in the top right corner to add a new MTN internet settings APN and enter the following; APN: Access Point Name (MTN or MTN Ghana)
  • To save settings, select “Save” from the drop-down menu in the top right corner.


  • Navigate to and select Settings.
  • Choose mobile data.
  • Choose a mobile data network.
  • Set the APN to ‘Internet’.

About MTN

MTN has 17,790,000 subscribers in Ghana. MTN Ghana held its initial public offering (IPO) in 2018. All qualified applicants were offered up to 4,637,394,533 ordinary shares in MTN Ghana on July 31, 2019, representing 35% of the company’s equity.

In November 2015, MTN Ghana and Ghana’s National Communications Authority (NCA) signed an agreement for MTN Ghana to deploy 4G LTE mobile services to its Ghanaian customers. MTN mobile money was included as a payment method for the MTN share offer subscription, along with other payment methods.

Johannesburg is where the company’s headquarters and it is worth noting that MTN had a whopping 280 million subscribers as of December 2020, making it the world’s eighth largest mobile network operator and the largest in Africa.

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