Denmark - Mobile Infrastructure, Broadband, Operators - Statistics and Analyses
Denmark’s mobile market continues to show steady growth despite the country having one of the highest mobile penetration rates in Europe. Growth has been stimulated by consumer demand for data services based on the near universal availability of LTE services. Operators have started trials of 5G services while commercial services will be greatly supported from the beginning of 2020 when spectrum in a range of bands which will become available. An auction for this spectrum was postponed in September 2018.
5G services will go far to helping the government reach its broadband coverage targets in rural areas.
This report provides an analysis of the Danish mobile market, including the latest regulatory developments, the growth of mobile data services and operator strategies.
Hi3G signs roaming deal with TDC;
Regulator increases MTRs;
TDC acquires the MVNO Plenti, trials a 1Gb/s mobile data service;
Nokia Networks given five-year managed services contract for TT-Netværket;
Telenor discontinues low-cost BiBoB brand and migrates customers to its CBB Mobil unit;
TDC expands NB-IoT across its LTE footprint;
MNOs end NFC-based mobile wallet platform;
Report update includes the regulator's market data update to June 2018, telcos' operating and financial data to Q4 2018, recent market developments.