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No Data on iPad Pro 12.9 2018 (Third Gen)

Activated the SIM, trying it in my iPad Pro 12.9 (2018 3rd gen) iOS 12.1
No Data. Even if I manually configure the access points I cannot browse nor send iMessage/Facetime.

Same issue with my Iphone 6.

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Dont manual configure.

Update IOS to the lastest and then go to General , then About , check your Service Provider, if it says Videotron, tap on it, it will refresh to Fizz if you are on the latest iOS.

I did that, my friend too. Worked. We had no data at the beginning. Now we have a 100mbps in Montreal Downtown data for less than 8$ haha

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I am already on the latest IOS on both devices.
my Carrier is named : "Carrier 34.0"

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Read carefully, i didnt only ask you about the iOS , i also asked you to press in Carrier in Settings , General, About.

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I did that.
General, Information, in "Opérateur" I see "Carrier 34.0"

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Here's your problem it seems, i got Carrier : Fizz 34.1.

Try on your iPhone. I doubt it'll work for iPad.

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On my iPhone I see Videotron but I get the same message "Impossible d'activer le réseau cellulaire"

No Data either.

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I get the "Impossible d'activer le réseau de donnée cellulaire" on both iPhone and iPad. I have the same issue on my 2 SIMs i got today.

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My replies get delete for some reason.
I get the "Impossible d'activer le reseau cellulaire" on both iPhone and iPad.

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Yes. To resolve the issue, eventhough the iPad and iPhone had the latest iOS, they got the "new operator settings" only when I physically connected them via USB to Itunes. I had to buy a USBa to USBc cable for my 3rd Gen iPad Pro to do this though.