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AT&T Access Point Names (APNs) are used to identify specific
content or service resources that mobile devices can access on the wireless network. If you
will be providing content or services over the AT&T wireless network, you'll need an APN to
identify your offering.
APNs fall into two basic categories:
Static Internet APN (I2GOLD)
These are generally available APNs that are not managed by the AT&T Commercial Connectivity Services (CCS) team. Such APNs are used for mass market applications, such as for BlackBerry, Enhanced Push to Talk, and Digital Life.
Obtaining an APN
To obtain an I2GOLD, dedicated, or customer-specific APN, a customer must sign a Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA) with AT&T and have a valid Corporate Responsibility User Foundation Account Number (CRU FAN).