What sim card/phone provider is recommended?

As a part of the European Union (EU), you can use your European sim card in Denmark without paying any extra. And some of us still use their sim cards and plans from their home country.

When on exchange at CBS, you have the chance to get a free sim when picking up your bracelet for the social packages. We were then able to book one of the offered plans starting at just 75dkk per month. This was the easiest and quickest option for students coming from outside of the EU.

So far, the only provider that offers e-sim (so you can use two sim cards in modern smartphones) is 3.dk.

You can also get sim cards at 7/11 or Netto. If you want to compare plans we recommend you to Google your way through since the offers are changing on an ongoing basis.

What sim card/phone provider is recommended?

As a part of the European Union (EU), you can use your European sim card in Denmark without paying any extra. And some of us still use their sim cards and plans from their home country.

When on exchange at CBS, you have the chance to get a free sim when picking up your bracelet for the social packages. We were then able to book one of the offered plans starting at just 75dkk per month. This was the easiest and quickest option for students coming from outside of the EU.

So far, the only provider that offers e-sim (so you can use two sim cards in modern smartphones) is 3.dk.

You can also get sim cards at 7/11 or Netto. If you want to compare plans we recommend you to Google your way through since the offers are changing on an ongoing basis.