Denmark telecom market is in Northern Europe with 4 main Denmark Telecom Companies and 8.9 million mobile connections.

Denmark prices comparing to those in the EU: Compared to all EU28
countries, prices for mobile broadband and telephony in Denmark are, across the offers studied, less expensive than on EU average. However, the lowest price of offers for consumers requiring 0.1 GB data and
30 calls with 100 SMS is somewhat more expensive than on EU average.

Price Trends: Prices for mobile broadband and telephony in Denmark show no clear  trend compared to the previous year (2017). The most different trend was for 0.1 GB data and 30 calls with 100 SMS, where prices remained nearly unchanged.

For 5 GB (data only) Sim card you will have to pay €11.02 (€16.02 is EU average).

Regulatory Agency: Danish Energy Agency

TDC

37%

market share

Telenor

23%

market share

Telia

17%

market share

3

12%

market share

Denmark roaming

Denmark, as member of EU, implement “roam like at home” rules which mean that when you use your mobile phone while travelling outside your home country in any EU country you don’t have to pay any additional roaming charges.

You benefit from these rules when calling (to mobile and fixed phones), sending text messages (SMS) and using data services while abroad. These rules also apply when receiving calls or texts while roaming even if the person you are calling is using a different service provider.

You pay exactly the same price for using these services when travelling in the EU as you would if you were at home.

Mobile users must be aware that outside EU countries, on the ships, cruisers, planes etc. there are still roaming charges and they can be very high. Find best roaming solution for Denmark or any other country:  Alert now.

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DENMARK OPERATORS IN FIXED TELEPHONY:

TDC

Telia (TeliaSonera)


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In the past the Danish telecom market was dominated by the state monopoly Tele-Denmark Communications (TDC). However, deregulation has since led to much more competition in the market.

The highly competitive Danish market has led to the development of excellent service coverage throughout the country. Denmark’s rate of internet penetration is one of the highest in the world, with more and more people using a high-speed connection for internet access.