Denmark is one of the European countries that offer you so much data for your mobile data packages that you would not even need a broadband subscription.
It is quite common to see data packages with 300 GB or 500 GB of data per month. Often, for less than you would pay for your broadband subscription, but your speeds may not be as fast as broadband.
If you have read my Buying a SIM Card in Denmark Guide, then you know that the situation in Denmark is a bit odd.
There are 4 operators, which are TDC, Telenor, Telia, and 3 Denmark. However, none of these operators offer prepaid SIM cards.
Luckily, every operator has Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) that offer prepaid service, but the selection is limited for travelers.
Although there are more than 20 prepaid MVNOs in Denmark, only 3 of them are accessible to travelers. All the others require a Danish Person Number (CPR-number) to activate them, which you will not get as a traveler.
Click on any of the logos to read my review of the said operator. If you cannot click on the image, then the review of the operator is on its way – stay tuned!