More than 98% of Denmark‘s population is covered by 3’s 4G networks. In the few areas of the country where 3’s networks do not yet cover, the telecommunications company hires on another network. 3 has now entered into an agreement with TDC that, in the future, 3’s customers can use TDC’s network in these peripheral areas.
The agreement includes national voice and data roaming on 2G and 3G and as something new also 4G, and it replaces 3’s roaming agreement with Telia from 2015. The implementation of the TDC agreement starts on 5 February and is expected to be fully rolled out by the end of February 2019.
“Our customers have Denmark’s highest data usage and enjoy all the benefits of a mobile network access. Therefore, we are constantly working to optimize and expand our network. In a few areas, however, it is still best for us to rent us on another network. Therefore, it is very gratifying that we have now secured a new, good roaming agreement with TDC. The agreement also includes 4G, which means that the network experience in the outer areas will be even better, ”says Morten Christiansen, CEO of 3.
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TDC is also satisfied with the new agreement: “We are very pleased that 3 have chosen TDC as a national roaming partner. Our mobile network has been voted Denmark’s best for the past four years in a row, and it is part of our strategy to sell access to our network for external operators on equal terms, ”says Robert Dogonowski, CEO of TDC Wholesale.