I don't know much about GSM but they are indeed using some unusual terms. For example the concept of a "GPRS Access Point" is almost always known as the "APN" (Access Point Name) in phone menus. So use "att.mvno" there. ("MVNO" = Mobile Virtual Network Operator, it's a term for a company such as Consumer Cellular that buys wholesale airtime from a cellular network and then retails it to consumers like an independent phone company would)
Call Consumer Cellular and ask for tech support for settings. It may be possible that it has a "locked" web setting. I understand some Att Gophone Pantechs are like that even after they are unlocked for talk/text...
Thanx for the info.
I went to the consumer cellular site and saw web access was not enabled and the check box was gray.
So I called them on landline.
First they said there was nothing they could do to enable that check box because my initial phone from them was not web capable and my added (non consumer cellular) was "unknown".
I said, Why don't you just tell your system that the phone is any model web capable.
Wow, they never thought of that.
So we got that square and now my account has web access.
But it still doesn't work.
I have MMS correct: proxy address -- proxy.mvno.ccmobileweb.com
proxy port -- 80
Authentication type "secure"
user name -- blank
password -- blank
gprs access point or APN -- att.mvno
homepage or MMSC -- http://mmsc.cingular.com
proxy push ??? could find parameter.
And have Web correct: All same parameters except
proxy address -- blank
proxy port -- blank