Lycamobile Denmark Video Review: Surprising Speeds and Results!

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Going to Denmark and are in need of a Danish SIM card? Consider Lycamobile Denmark. They are good for once. Yes – I know – shocking!

Note that this video primarily focuses on operator speed, while the Lycamobile Denmark article takes multiple factors into consideration.

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: Lebara Denmark, OiSTER, and, of course, Lycamobile Denmark.

Lycamobile Denmark is a Telia Denmark network. Telia Denmark has an agreement with Telenor Denmark, which resulted in the two companies sharing each others' networks. Therefore, Lycamobile Denmark indirectly uses the Telenor Denmark network too.

Lycamobile has a reputation for being cheap, which they are, but also cheap in terms of quality of service. This may, however, not be the case in Denmark.

In this video, I will tell you more about Lycamobile Denmark and show you a speed test I did while in Denmark. The result may surprise you.

To see the in-depth review of Lycamobile Denmark, make sure to check out https://phonetravelwiz.com/lycamobile-denmark

Other Denmark related videos:

Denmark SIM Card Comparison: https://phonetravelwiz.com/denmark-comparison
Denmark SIM Card Comparison Video (general and speed test):

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Lebara Denmark: https://phonetravelwiz.com/lebara-denmark
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Ernest Adu

Ernest Adu, going by just Adu, is the founder and editor at Phone Travel Wiz. He has been a traveler for 6 years. Although from Europe, the Netherlands, Adu's favorite region in Asia, in particular, East and Southeast Asia. He currently lives in Tainan, Taiwan, and plans on exploring Oceania and more of East and Southeast Asia.

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