Being a part of the European Union, Denmark allows you to use your European SIM card without any extra charges. However, if you need a local SIM card for better coverage or offers, here’s what you need to know.
Getting a SIM Card
- You can easily buy SIM cards at convenience stores like 7/11 or supermarkets like Netto.
- If you are at the airport you can get a SIM card right in front of the metro station on your way walking there.
- Prices for SIM cards are usually under 100 DKK.
Choosing a Plan
- Since the subscription plans keep changing, it’s best to search online for the most current deals.
- Just type something like “Denmark mobile plans comparison” in your search engine.
If you have a modern smartphone that supports dual SIMs through e-SIM technology, as of 2023, the only providers that offer e-SIMs are 3.dk and Telenor. This allows you to use two SIM cards simultaneously in one device.
💡 Tip: Using an e-SIM can be very handy if you want to keep your home number active while also enjoying the benefits of a local Danish subscription.
Now you’re all set to stay connected while in Denmark! 📱🇩🇰