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2 Best Prepaid SIM Cards in Denmark: Buying Guide

Denmark – part of Scandivania, is known for the Vikings, Lego, and being a cold travel destination.

And I can tell you it can be cold – I lived there for 3.5 years.

But it is also a popular destination, especially for travelers from East Asia who are OBSESSED about Scandinavia.

While there is a lot you can do in Denmark, such as exploring Nyhavn, enjoy rides in the Tivoli Gardens, or see plenty of castles, like Rosenborg Castle, do not waste your time visiting the Little Mermaid.

Just like Manneke Pis in Belgium is a disappointment, the Little Mermaid will be too – do not tell you I did not warn you 😉

But there is something else I need to mention about Denmark – it is an expensive country.

Not just for European standards – just expensive overall.

And it would be a shame if you had to spend even more money to stay online in Denmark by roaming internationally there – roaming can be expensive.

While almost everything is crazy expensive in Denmark, the cost of (mobile) internet is low, especially for the high quality of service you get.

But how much do Danish SIM cards cost?

You can get a Danish SIM card for 29 DKK (4.60 USD – Lycamobile) or 49 DKK (7.75 USD – Lebara) in grocery stores, 7-Elevens & electronic shops throughout Denmark. SIM cards are also available at Copenhagen International Airport.

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Those are reasonable prices, huh? Especially for an expensive country.

Just wait until you see how GENEROUS the data allowances are in Denmark. They are almost unlimited.

In this guide, I will go over everything you need to know about buying a SIM card in Denmark. Let's get started.

Buying a SIM Card in Denmark Guide (logos of Lebara & Lycamobile)

Original publication: 19th of February 2020. Last updated: 18th of September 2021.


Table of Contents

Can You Buy a SIM Card in Denmark?

Anyone living in or visiting Denmark can buy a Danish SIM card from two Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) Lebara Denmark & Lycamobile without restrictions.

Be aware that you need a phone that supports the frequencies used in the country (preferably all of them to have the most optimal experience while in Denmark).

And your phone should be unlocked (SIM-lock-free).

Where Can You Buy a SIM Card in Denmark?

You can buy a Danish SIM card in various stores, including grocery stores, electronic stores & convenience stores for Lebara and Lycamobile SIM cards. The four Main Operators (TDC/YouSee, Telia, Telenor & 3) no longer sell prepaid SIM cards. Copenhagen International Airport has SIM cards too.

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You can expect to pay the following for Danish SIM cards:

  • Lebara Denmark: 49 DKK
  • Lycamobile Denmark: 29 DKK
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Can You Use Your Phone in Denmark?

Denmark uses GSM technology for mobile communications. CDMA phones will not work in Denmark. If your phone has a SIM card slot, then it supports GSMA (99% of the phones do support GSM nowadays).

Traditional European frequencies are used in Denmark, which are mostly used in ITU Regions 1 and 3 (Africa, Asia (including the Middle East), Europe & Oceania).

The Americas (North-, Central– & South America + the Caribbean – ITU Region 2) use American Frequencies, which differ from the European ones.

ITU Regions Map
By Maximilian Dörrbecker (Chumwa) – Own work, using this file by Denelson83, CC BY-SA 2.5

If you bought your phone in Africa, Asia, Europe, or Oceania (ITU regions 1 and 3), you should not experience any issues with using your phone in Denmark.

If you purchased your phone in the Americas (ITU Region 2) and have a low/medium-end device (without Tri-Band or Quad-Band) support, then there is a possibility you cannot use your phone when in Denmark or can only use slower networks (3G or 2G).

If you have a medium/high-end device with Tri-Band or Quad-Band support, you can use your phone in Denmark (to some extent) – also on 4G/LTE.

Mobile Operators, Networks & Frequencies in Denmark

Denmark has four Main Operators and two Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) offering prepaid services accessible to travelers:

  • TDC/YouSee
  • Telenor Denmark
  • Telia Denmark
  • 3 Denmark
  • Lebara Denmark (Telenor Denmark & Telia Denmark MVNO)
  • Lycamobile Denmark (Telenor Denmark & Telia Denmark MVNO)

The following frequencies are used in Denmark:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: 3500 MHz (n78)

You can learn more about frequencies in the video below.

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To check whether your phone will work in Denmark, check out this page by Will My Phone Work (may be outdated or inaccurate at times).

Again, make sure your phone is unlocked. Otherwise, you will not be able to use any SIM card except the one from your home operator (meaning you have to roam internationally or buy another unlocked phone that does support the frequencies listed above).

If you want to learn how international roaming works, this guide explains it in-depth. If you wonder why it is often so expensive to roam, this article explains the hidden reason they do not want you to know.

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A Note about Danish Prepaid SIM Cards

Since 2015/2016, the four Main Operators (TDC/YouSee, Telia Denmark, Telenor Denmark & 3 Denmark) slowly ceased their prepaid operators and solely focused on subscribers/postpaid customers.

As a result, those wanting to use prepaid SIM cards have to deal with the country's Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs).

In the past, MVNO users were deprioritized on the networks of the Main Networks, which resulted in slower speeds and worse coverage than being a customer of the Main Operators directly.

This practice seems to have been ended in 2020.

Besides Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile Denmark, there are a few other prepaid MVNOs.

Those are Nettalk (by Netto) and OK Mobile (by OK gas stations). OiSTER is more of a hybrid MVNO.

These three MVNOs require activation and registration with a Danish personal number called CPR-number (Det Centrale Personregister-nummer).

As a traveler, you will not get such a number.

Therefore, avoid getting any other Danish SIM card than Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile Denmark because you will not be able to activate it without a CPR-number.

Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile Denmark do not require registration with a CPR-number, which is why they are the only two options to be covered in this guide.

In the previous version of this guide, OiSTER was still covered and recommended.

Since somewhere in 2020, it also required activation with a CPR-number.

Luckily, you are not missing out because it is a 3 Denmark MVNO – 3 Denmark has the worst network in Denmark.

And I am speaking of experience – I was a 3 Denmark customer for about three years. I should have switched to TDC/YouSee sooner.

Having no reception in the middle of Copenhagen was no rare occasion with 3 Denmark, unfortunately.

I hope it has improved its network, though.

Anyway, back to our regularly scheduled programming 😉

A Note about TT-Netværket

Telia Denmark and Telenor Denmark share their antennas, spectrum, towers & transmission through an infrastructure company called TT-Netværket – standing for The Telia & Telenor Network.

This partnership was established in 2012. Now, the two Main Operators share their 2G, 3G & 4G/LTE networks.

As of June 2021, TT-Netværket enabled 5G NR (sharing) as well.

As a result, network coverage and average speeds are roughly the same.

The two MVNOs offering prepaid services accessible to travelers, Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile Denmark, also have access to TT-Netværket.

Having access to this network gives Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile Denmark close to excellent nationwide coverage and stellar speeds.

Lebara Denmark is officially a Telenor Denmark MVNO. Lycamobile Denmark is formally a Telia Denmark MVNO.

As the agreements between the MVNOs and Main Operators are different, one MVNO could have faster speeds and better reception in some places than the other and the other way around.

5G NR in Denmark

Commercial 5G NR has been available in Denmark since September 2020. It is available on the TDC/YouSee, Telenor Denmark, Telia Denmark & 3 Denmark. Lebara Denmark and Lycamobile do not have access to 5G NR (yet).

Best SIM Card in Denmark

If you want to buy the best SIM card in Denmark, I recommend going with Lebara or Lycamobile. Both MVNOs use the networks of Telia and Telenor, which have extensive coverage and fast speeds. Consider Lebara for free international calls from Denmark to 60 countries. Lycamobile offers more choices in plans.

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SIM Card Registration in Denmark

SIM card registration, with the use of your personal information (such as your passport), is not required when buying a SIM card in Denmark.

EU Roaming in Denmark

European Union (EU) & European Economic Area (EEA)

Denmark is part of the European Union (EU). Since June 2017, those with EU/EEA (European Economic Area) SIM cards can roam for free in other EU/EEA nations, including Denmark.

This means that, in the majority of cases, you do not need to purchase a Danish SIM card if you already have an EU/EEA SIM card because you can roam without additional costs.

However, conditions do apply. Mobile operators in some countries may impose a roaming Fair Use Policy (FUP).

In countries where local mobile data rates are extremely low (such as in the Baltics and Nordics), mobile operators may still charge you for roaming in the EU/EEA.

Be sure to head over to the international roaming page to learn whether your mobile operator offers free roaming while in Denmark or if restrictions apply.

Roaming in the EU with Danish SIM Cards

EU Roaming
© European Commission

Denmark and the Danish mobile operators have largely adopted the roam like at home regulations principles early on. However, some plans have an EU/EEA roaming cap.

Moreover, the standard Fair Use Policy applies where you should not be roaming over 50% of the time over a four-month period.

If you do so, EU roaming rates will apply. You are then better off buying local prepaid SIM cards in other EU nations.

Denmark Mobile Speeds, Mobile Internet Prices & Insights

Flag of Denmark

Mobile data can be cheap in some European nations. In others, it is criminally expensive.

Luckily, there are not many countries in Europe that have crazy expensive mobile data rates.

But what about Denmark? Is mobile data expensive here?

Not at all.

The average price for 1 GB of data in Denmark is 0.79 USD, below the European average of 2.50 USD. The world average is 4.07 USD.

Denmark Mobile Data Rates 2021

In fact, Finland is one of the eight European countries where the average cost of 1 GB of data is less than 1 USD.

Moreover, it is also one of the 53 countries where the same applies.

Cable.co.uk split Europe into three territories: Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Baltics.

The Western European average cost of 1 GB of data, using Cable.co.uk's definition, is 2.66 USD, which is just slightly more than the overall European average.

Western European Mobile Internet Rates Totals (2021)

Let's talk about mobile internet speeds. Is it fast in Denmark?

Insanely fast.

Denmark’s average mobile download speed is around 103 Mbps – one of the fastest in Europe.

Only Norway (173 Mbps), Cyprus (136 Mbps), Bulgaria (126 Mbps), Switzerland (116 Mbps) & Luxembourg (111 Mbps) have faster mobile download speeds than Denmark.

So yeah, mobile internet is fast here. And things have only improved over the year – especially after 5G NR was enabled.

So, which mobile operator is the fastest?

That would be TDC/YouSee, with a speed score of 91.19. Followed by Telenor Denmark (68.41), Telia Denmark (59.82) & 3 Denmark (48.04).

Which mobile operator has the best overall performance in Denmark?

That would be TDC/YouSee again. It has the best games, video, and voice app experience.

Telenor Denmark is the close second being the join winner for the games and voice app experience categories.

It also has the best 4G/LTE availability together with Telia Denmark (because they share networks).

Here you can see the 4G/LTE availability compared.

Here we have the 4G/LTE coverage experience scores – TDC/YouSee is truly the best, speaking of experience.

With reasonably priced SIM cards, blazing-fast mobile data speeds, nationwide coverage, and insanely low mobile data rates, you should have a smooth network experience in Denmark.

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Currency in Denmark

100 Danish Kroner Bank Note
© Danmarks Nationalbank

Denmark uses the Danish Kroner with the symbol DKK (which will be used throughout this guide).

However, prices are often listed as kr.

For example, 25 DKK = 25 kr. For reference, below are some exchange rates between DKK and USD (US Dollars):

  • 1 DKK = 0.15 USD
  • 10 DKK = 1.60 USD
  • 100 DKK = 15.80 USD
  • 1000 DKK = 157.70 USD

For up-to-date DKK:USD exchange rates, search DKK to USD on Google, or replace USD with the currency you use.

Do note that the Danish Krone has been (somewhat) pegged to the Euro (EUR).

1 DKK = 0.13 EUR and 1 EUR = 7.45 DKK.

Although EUR is not an official currency in Denmark, it is accepted in many (large) stores (at acceptable exchange rates).

Even the (national-chain) grocery stores in the most remote towns you can think off will accept EUR.

However, you will always get your change back in DKK.

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Danish Prepaid SIM Cards

Below, I will guide you through Lebara Denmark & Lycamobile Denmark, and go through:

  • Background information
  • Mobile coverage
  • SIM card types, prices, and availability
  • Recharge / top-up information
  • Combo plans, data plans, and special packs (such as social media packs) 

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With that being said, let’s see what Denmark has to offer to us.


Lebara Denmark

Lebara Logo
© Lebara

Lebara Denmark, just Lebara, is one of the prepaid SIM cards available to travelers.

Lebara is a Telenor Denmark MVNO and has access to the Telia Denmark network as well.

Lebara, as a brand, is known for offering low rates for international calls abroad, and it is active in various other European countries.

Lebara, through Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark, uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: not available to Lycamobile (yet)

This is what you will learn about Lebara:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Lebara SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* Review
* APN/Internet Settings

Coverage – Lebara Denmark

Lebara has access to the Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark networks as a Telenor Denmark MVNO.

This means Lebara does not have its own mobile infrastructure.

Below are the coverage maps of Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark:

SIM Card Price – Lebara Denmark

You can buy a Lebara SIM card for 49 DKK with 10 DKK credit in various stores, such as grocery stores, convenience stores, and electronic shops.

Text mobilinfo to 1221 to see your Lebara phone number.

Lebara SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 180 days (no top-up for 180 days or no activity for 180 days).

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Lebara Denmark

Lebara top-up vouchers are sold in various stores, including grocery stores, kiosks & gas stations throughout Denmark.

To top up your Lebara SIM card, call 50101234, select option 2, select option 2 again, and enter the Voucher Code. The same can be done by texting Topup VoucherCode to 5010.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456 123456, you would text Topup 123456 123456 to 5010 or enter it when requested when calling 50101234.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Call 50101234 or text Balance to 5010 to check your Lebara balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the MyLebara app (Android/iOS).

MyLebara App
© Lebara

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Lebara Denmark

Lebara has two data-featured plans: Pay Monthly Plans (combo) & Data Bundles (as the name implies).

Lebara Denmark Prices Compared

Lebara customers do not have access to Telenor Denmark's and Telia Denmark's 5G NR networks.

Pay Monthly Plans – Lebara Denmark

The Pay Monthly Plans are combo bundles with data, minutes & SMS.

Lebara Denmark Why Choose a Pay Monthly Plan

Pay Monthly Plans can be activated online or on the MyLebara app:

PriceDataEU/EEA Roaming DataLocal/International Minutes 1EU/EEA Roaming MinutesLocal SMSValidity
19 DKK4 GB1 GB4 hours1 hour Unlimited30 days
49 DKK12 GB2 GB12 hours5 hoursUnlimited30 days
59 DKK20 GB3 GB20 hours5 hoursUnlimited30 days
79 DKK60 GB4 GB60 hours5 hoursUnlimited30 days
99 DKK100 GB5 GB100 hours5 hoursUnlimited30 days
119 DKK180 GB6 GB180 hours5 hoursUnlimited30 days

1 for local use and to 60 countries:

Pay Monthly Plans auto-renew. Auto-renewal can be disabled online or on the MyLebara app.

Lebara Denmark Pay Monthly Plans
Data Bundles – Lebara Denmark

The Data Bundles are, as the name suggests, data-only plans. They cannot be used for EU/EEA roaming.

Lebara Denmark Why Choose a Data Bundle

Data Bundles can be activated online or on the MyLebara app:

PriceDataValidity
49 DKK10 GB30 days
99 DKK100 GB30 days
199 DKK300 GB30 days
299 DKK500 GB30 days

Data Bundles auto-renew. Auto-renewal can be disabled online or on the MyLebara app.

Lebara Denmark Data Bundles
EU Roaming – Lebara Denmark

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom

Be aware that the EU/EEA roaming allowance is lower than the domestic allowances.

Review – Lebara Denmark

I had the chance to try out Lebara when I was in Denmark.

Be sure to read my Lebara review if you are considering getting a Lebara SIM card.

APN/Internet Settings – Lebara Denmark

  • Name: Lebara Internet
  • APN: internet

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Lycamobile Denmark

Lycamobile Logo
© Lycamobile

Lycamobile Denmark, just Lycamobile, is one of the prepaid SIM cards available to travelers.

It is a Telia Denmark MVNO and has access to the Telenor Denmark network as well.

Lycamobile, as a brand, is known for offering low rates for international calls abroad, and it is active in various other European countries.

Lycamobile, through Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark, uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: not available to Lycamobile (yet)

This is what you will learn about Lycamobile:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Lycamobile SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* Review
* APN/Internet Settings

Coverage – Lycamobile Denmark

Lycamobile has access to the Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark networks as a Telia Denmark MVNO.

This means Lycamobile does not have its own mobile infrastructure.

Below are the coverage maps of Telenor Denmark and Telia Denmark:

SIM Card Price – Lycamobile Denmark

You can buy a Lycamobile SIM card for 29 DKK with 10 DKK credit in various stores, such as grocery stores, convenience stores, and electronic shops.

Lycamobile Denmark Retailers

You may have to register your SIM card online.

Call 333 or dial 99# to change the system's language.

Lycamobile SIM Card
© Lycamobile

Lebara SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 4 months (no top-up for 4 months or no activity for 4 months).

However, you will lose your credit after being inactive for 3 months.

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Lycamobile Denmark

Lycamobile top-up vouchers are sold in various stores, including grocery stores, kiosks & gas stations throughout Denmark.

To top up your Lycamobile SIM card, dial *101*VoucherCode#, dial 92#, or call 3333 and follow the instructions.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial *101*123456#.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Dial *102#, 95#, or call 333 to check your Lycamobile balance.

Although Lycamobile has apps (Android/iOS), they have performance issues.

Personally, its Android app has worked well for me, but many other users have problems with it to this day.

Lycamobile App
© Lycamobile

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Lycamobile Denmark

Lycamobile has four data-featured plans:

Lycamobile customers do not have access to Telenor Denmark's and Telia Denmark's 5G NR networks.

Click on the links above to jump to the plan you are interested in.

National Bundles – Lycamobile Denmark

The National Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes & SMS.

Although the name suggests that these bundles can only be used in Denmark, they can also be used in other EU/EEA member states without being charged roaming rates.

The following National Bundles are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataOn-Net MinutesLocal/EU MinutesOn-Net SMSLocal/EU SMSValidity
49 DKKHello Denmark S5 GB4 GB500 minutes500 minutes500 SMS500 SMS30 days
99 DKKHello Denmark M110 GB7.5 GBUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited30 days
149 DKKHello Denmark L250 GB11 GBUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited30 days
Lycamobile Denmark National Bundles
All In One – Lycamobile Denmark

The All In One plans are combo bundles with data, minutes & SMS.

The following All In One plans are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataOn-Net MinutesLocal/International Minutes 6On-Net SMSLocal/EU SMSValidityActivation Code
19 DKKAll In One 191 GB1 GBUnlimited2 hoursUnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*4519#
69 DKKAll In One 6920 GB5 GBUnlimited10 hoursUnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*4569#
99 DKKAll In One 99100 GB7.5 GBUnlimitedVarious 2UnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*4599#
149 DKKAll In One 149100 GB11 GBUnlimited15 hours 3UnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*45129#
199 DKKAll In One 199200 GB14.5 GBUnlimitedVarious 4UnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*45199#
199 DKKAll In One Plus60 GB14.5 GBUnlimitedVarious 5UnlimitedUnlimited30 days*139*199#

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Denmark (NOT from Denmark to other EU/EEA member states)
2 see options here
3 or 900 minutes (15 hours) to the Philippines (Smart network only)
4 see options here
5 see options here

Lycamobile Denmark All In One Plans
Long Term Plans – Lycamobile Denmark

The Long Term Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes & SMS with validity from 3 months to 12 months.

These Long Term Plans are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataLocal MinutesLocal SMSValidity
159 DKKLong Term Plan XS 3 Months15 GB/30 days (45 GB)4.5 GB/30 days (13.5 GB)10 hours/30 days (30 hours)Unlimited90 days
228 DKKLong Term Plan S 3 Months110 GB/30 days (330 GB)7.5 GB/30 days (22.5 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited90 days
300 DKKLong Term Plan XS 6 Months15 GB/30 days (90 GB)4.5 GB/30 days (27 GB)10 hours/30 days (60 hours)Unlimited180 days
430 DKKLong Term Plan S 6 Months110 GB/30 days (660 GB)7.5 GB/30 days (45 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited180 days
458 DKKLong Term Plan L 3 Months250 GB/30 days (750 GB)14.5 GB/30 days (43.5 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited90 days
564 DKKLong Term Plan XS 12 Months15 GB/30 days (180 GB)4.5 GB/30 days (54 GB)10 hours/30 days (120 hours)Unlimited360 days
809 DKKLong Term Plan S 12 Months110 GB/30 days (180 GB)7.5 GB/30 days (90 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited360 days
863 DKKLong Term Plan L 6 Months250 GB/30 days (1500 GB)14.5 GB/30 days (87 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited180 days
1625 DKKLong Term Plan L 12 Months250 GB/30 days (3000 GB)14.5 GB/30 days (174 GB)UnlimitedUnlimited360 days
Lycamobile Denmark Long Term Plans
Data Bundles – Lycamobile Denmark

The Data Bundles are data-only plans.

The following Data Bundles are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataValidityActivation Code
25 DKKData Bolt On S 1500 MB500 MBUntil plan expires*139*601#
30 DKKData XS2 GB2 GB30 days*139*4510#
40 DKKData S3 GB3 GB30 days*139*4520#
45 DKKData Bolt On M 11 GB1 GBUntil plan expires*139*602#
49 DKKData M10 GB4 GB30 days*139*4530#
69 DKKData L15 GB5 GB30 days*139*4535#
99 DKKData XL100 GB7.5 GB30 days*139*4540#
199 DKKData XXL300 GB14.5 GB30 days*139*4570#
299 DKKData XXXL500 GB21.5 GB30 days*139*4560#

1 add-ons – they cannot be purchased as standalone plans

Lycamobile Denmark Data Bundles
EU Roaming – Lycamobile Denmark

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

Be aware that, in some cases, the EU/EEA roaming allowance is lower than the domestic allowances.

Review – Lycamobile Denmark

I had the chance to try out Lycamobile when I was in Denmark.

Be sure to read my Lebara review if you are considering getting a Lycamobile SIM card.

APN/Internet Settings – Lycamobile Denmark

  • Name: Lycamobile
  • APN: data.lycamobile.dk
  • Username: lmdk
  • Password: plus

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Other Ways to Stay Connected When Traveling in Denmark

The cheapest way to get online in Denmark is to get a SIM card from one of the mobile operators unless you have a EU/EEA SIM card and can roam for free in Denmark.

However, local SIM cards are not your only method of staying online when abroad.

Below are some other options to consider.

International Roaming

Roaming is the most convenient way to stay connected. You do not have to buy a new SIM card, and people at home can easily reach you on your current phone number.

However, roaming has many downsides as well. It can be insanely expensive.

Learn more about roaming.

International/Travel SIM Cards

International SIM cards or travel SIM cards are SIM cards made for travelers.

The rates charged are often lower than international roaming, but they are almost always higher than what local operators will charge you.

Get to know more about international and travel SIM cards.

Mobile Hotspots (Pocket WIFI)

Mobile hotspots, or pocket WIFI, are small devices that connect to the local operators of the country you are visiting.

Mobile hotspots are ideal for families or those traveling in a large group, as they allow you to connect multiple devices to one hotspot without the need of each traveler having to buy a SIM card.

You can either buy a mobile hotspot or rent one.

Free WIFI Networks

Nothing beats free, right? Paying nothing to stay connected may be the best option.

Until you remember that free hotspots are not available everywhere (especially when on the move) and that free connections are often extremely slow.

Just make sure to protect your internet traffic with a VPN when connected to open WIFI connections. It is worth it.


The Preferred Way to Stay Connected When Traveling in Denmark

Getting a SIM card from either Lebara or Lycamobile would do you well when considering a Danish SIM card.

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