So, you’ve seen the Little Mermaid, you’ve been to Nyhavn, you’ve visited the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen and now you’re looking for something a little different? There are many unique things to do in Denmark which show you Denmark from a whole new perspective. You can look out from inside a rainbow at the ARoS Art Museum, sail a Viking boat, explore a huge building made of LEGO bricks and many other things! No matter what you choose to do in Denmark, you will probably want to stay online to keep in touch with your friends and family and share all your experiences on social media. However, how will you get a Danish SIM card?
Your options in Denmark
Denmark has four physical operators (TDC, Telenor, Telia, 3) and some dozen MVNOs operating of these networks. However, prepaid offers have become quite rare, as most providers are geared to contract customers. Some providers only sell contracts that require a Danish personal number so you won’t be able to get one as a visitor (Nettalk, OK Mobil, Coop Mobil). There are, however, some decent pay-as-you-go options, for example Lebara or Lycamobile but if you’re not really up to searching for one of their stores, there’s still the option of buying a Travel SIM card prior to leaving for your trip. You can order one online and activate it from at home and you’ll have access to Internet straightaway.
An attractive alternative
Qynamic, a swiss based company offers Q-Travel and Q-SIM, an excellent solution for Denmark and the rest of the world. Q-Travel allows you to stay online at very attractive prices! Moreover, the offer is easy to understand, the onboarding is very easy and it’s convenient to use, as TopUps can be purchased through an App easily.