United States
GSM
50%
HSDPA
50%
LTE
50%

Project Fi APN settings for BLU Life One XL

      Project Fi   BLU Life One XL   Android

BLU Life One XL is compatible with Project Fi GSM 50%, Project Fi HSDPA 50% and Project Fi LTE 50%.

To configure Project Fi APN settings with BLU Life One XL follow below steps.

Project Fi Internet & MMS APN settings

Open App Drawer and go to Settings Mobile network settings Access point names

Press button on top right corner.

Enter name: Project Fi 2
APN: h2g2
Proxy:
Port:
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC: http://mmsc1.g-mms.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy:
MMS Port:
MCC: 310
MNC: 260
Authentication type:
APN type:

Keep default values for all blank fields shown above.

Press menu button (top right) and select Save. Done.

Project Fi MVNO APN Settings

Open App Drawer and go to Settings Mobile network settings Access point names

Press button on top right corner.

Enter name: Project Fi 2
APN: h2g2
Proxy:
Port:
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC: http://mmsc1.g-mms.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy:
MMS Port:
MCC: 310
MNC:
Authentication type: None
APN type:

Keep default values for all blank fields shown above.

Press menu button (top right) and select Save. Done.

For BLU Life One XL, when you type Project Fi APN settings, make sure you enter APN settings in correct case. For example, if you are entering Project Fi Internet & MMS APN settings make sure you enter APN as h2g2 and not as H2G2 or H2g2.

Project Fi MCC-MNC values

310-260

BLU Life One XL compatibility with Project Fi

BLU Life One XL is compatible with below network frequencies of Project Fi.

2G
GSM1900 MHz*
3G
HSDPA1900 MHz, 1700 MHz, 2100 MHz*
4G
LTEBand 4 1700/2100 MHz*
*These frequencies of Project Fi may not have countrywide coverage for BLU Life One XL.

Explain BLU Life One XL compatibility with Project Fi

Project Fi 2G APN with BLU Life One XL

BLU Life One XL supports Project Fi 2G on GSM 1900 MHz only in some areas of United States.

Project Fi 3G APN with BLU Life One XL

BLU Life One XL supports Project Fi 3G on HSDPA 1900 MHz, 1700 MHz and 2100 MHz only in some areas of United States.

Project Fi 4G LTE APN with BLU Life One XL

BLU Life One XL supports Project Fi 4G on LTE Band 4 1700/2100 MHz only in some areas of United States.

Overall compatibililty of BLU Life One XL with Project Fi is 50%. The compatibility of BLU Life One XL with Project Fi, or the Project Fi network support on BLU Life One XL we have explained here is only a technical specification match between BLU Life One XL and Project Fi network. Even BLU Life One XL is listed as compatible here, Project Fi network can still disallow (sometimes) BLU Life One XL in their network using IMEI ranges. Therefore, this only explains if Project Fi allows BLU Life One XL in their network, whether BLU Life One XL will work properly or not, in which bands BLU Life One XL will work on Project Fi and the network performance between Project Fi and BLU Life One XL. To check if BLU Life One XL is really allowed in Project Fi network please contact Project Fi support. Do not use this website to decide to buy BLU Life One XL to use on Project Fi.

BLU Life One XL network specifications

OS Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat), upgradable to v5.0 (Lollipop)
Network bands GSM / HSPA / LTE
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Network frequencies GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
HSDPA 850 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
LTE band 4(1700/2100), 7(2600), 17(700)
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