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Rogers LTE  APN Settings A compatible LTE device is required for these settings to function correctly.   Settings Details Name Rogers APN ltemobile.apn MMSC http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy mmsproxy.rogers.com MMS Port 80 APN Type internet + mms APN Protocol IPv4/IPv6 APN Roaming Protocol IPv4/IPv6     Rogers MMS  Settings   Settings Details APN media.com Username media Password mda01 MMS Gateway Address 172.25.0.107 MMS URL http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy 10.128.1.69       Rogers LTE Tethering Settings   Settings Details APN ltedata.apn APN Type dun APN Protocol IPv4/IPv6 APN Roaming Protocol IPv4/IPv6     Supported network frequencies  used on the Rogers network    Network Frequency Bands 2G (GSM/EDGE) 850, 1900 MHz B5, B2 3G (UMTS/HSPA)  850, 1900 MHz  B5, B2 LTE 700 MHz B12, B17 1700/2100 MHz (AWS) B4 2600 MHz B7   For more on using unlocked devices on the Rogers network click here or   here for bring your own device.          Set up a New APN on Android OS   Open   Applications/Apps. Select   Settings. Select   More Networks or More Settings or Wireless & Networks   (varies depending on model). Select   Mobile Networks. Select   Access Point Names. Click the   Menu   key. Select   New APN. Enter the following fields: LTE devices Name: Any name to identify the APN APN: ltemobile.apn MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: mmsproxy.rogers.com MMS Port: 80 Click the   Menu   key. Select   Save. Ensure the new APN is selected from the   Access Point Names   screen            Set up a New APN on Unlocked Apple devices   Note:   this feature is only available on unlocked iPhones. Most iPhones will have the APN preset by the carrier and will not require manual set up. Click   Settings. Select   Cellular. Under   Cellular Data   section, enter the following fields: APN:   ltemobile.apn Under the   MMS   section, enter the following fields: APN: media.com MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy : mmsproxy.rogers.com Restart the device.        
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Follow these steps to change which number is active on your Dual SIM Single Active Google device.   Tap Settings > Mobile Network > Carrier.   Select which line you want to be active.    Confirm by tapping Switch.
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Follow these steps to activate an eSIM card. Business customers must go through Rogers Direct for an eSIM Card. Consumer-Regular customers must go to a participating Rogers or Fido retail location to perform a SIM swap or activate on a BYOD / BYOP line. Important: You need a Google Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL with Android 9.0 or later. Make sure you have an internet connection (WiFi or LTE). Go to Settings > Mobile Network. Tap Add Carrier. Use your phone to scan the eSIM voucher (QR code). If the code does not scan, clean your lens and try again. If the eSIM card does not activate, restart your device and try again. If the problem persists, enter the eSIM Card details manually.  
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Follow these steps to remove an eSIM (plan and number) from a dual SIM Google Device. This does not cancel the eSIM line; you will continue to be billed. You must contact us to cancel your plan. If you are seeking to reactivate your plan on the Dual SIM Google device, you will require a new eSIM card to reactivate your cellular plan on the device.   Go to Settings > Mobile Network > Carrier.   Tap the plan (number) you want to remove.   Tap Delete.
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