Denmark has 4 telecom providers: TDC, Telenor Denmark, Telia Denmark, and 3 (Tre) Denmark.
The issue is that none of these operators offer prepaid SIM cards anymore. They used to, but they stopped offering them over the years. Luckily, Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) exist, so travelers can buy Danish SIM cards. But there is still a catch.
Many of the Danish prepaid SIM cards need to be activated with a Danish Personal Number (CPR Number), which you will not get as a traveler. As a result, your selection of Danish prepaid SIM card is limited: Lycamobile Denmark, Lebara Denmark, and OiSTER.
Lebara and Lycamobile are known internationally for offering cheap rates for international calls and texting. They are, however, also associated with being cheap, as in cheap quality of service, which is often not a good thing.
However, both Lebara and Lycamobile can be good in some countries, like Denmark, where the quality of service for mobile data is impressive, even for MVNOs.
What about OiSTER? I could not find an OiSTER SIM card when in Denmark for this trip. Worry not, I will try them out in the future!
0:43: Operators in Denmark
2:22: A note about OiSTER
3:11: Lycamobile Denmark and Lebara Denmark
5:29: Final thoughts
Other Denmark related videos:
Denmark SIM Card Comparison: https://phonetravelwiz.com/denmark-comparison
Denmark SIM Card Comparison Video (in-depth): Coming Soon!
Lycamobile Denmark: https://phonetravelwiz.com/lycamobile-denmark
Lycamobile Denmark Video:
Lebara Denmark: https://phonetravelwiz.com/lebara-denmark
Lebara Denmark Video: