As Per Latest Information Telenor Has Turned Off 3G Network in Denmark

Telenor Denmark closed 3G network to allocate spectrum to 4G and 5G networks.

Recently, Telenor completed the shutdown of its entire national 3G network as part of its plan to make more room for 4G and 5G traffic. By making this change, Telenor hopes to better serve the expanding data needs of Danes by increasing network capacity, speed, and reliability.


  • In order to make spectrum available for 4G and 5G networks, Telenor Denmark shut down its entire 3G network.
  • The 5G network deployment is now underway by Telenor Denmark, and it will be finished by the beginning of 2024.
  • Customers may still use 3G mobile phones for calls and messages after the closure, but data speeds are restricted.

The country’s main mobile network and second-largest telecoms provider in Denmark, Telenor, has shut down its national 3G network, which had more than 4,200 mast sites. This action is a part of the company’s strategy to assign spectrum to 4G and 5G traffic and to accommodate Danish citizens’ rising data usage.

3G Network introduced users to Video Calls

The company’s efforts to modernize and update its mobile network, which has given Danes access to video conversations and news broadcasts on their mobile phones, have reached a significant turning point with the termination of the 3G network.

5G Rollouts

The 5G network is now being rolled out by Telenor Denmark, and 2500 of its masts have already received the update. At the beginning of 2024, the telecom anticipates finishing up with its network rollouts on schedule.

Telenor will be able to provide speeds up to ten times quicker than those of today with 5G, as well as guarantee greater call quality. In addition to wired internet options, Telenor Denmark also provides internet through 5G and a wireless router.

Phasing out of 3G Network

The statement claims that Telenor has been gradually discontinuing 3G service for several years, a process that has required countless hours of cooperation with suppliers and business partners as well as consumer communication and technical execution. Customers can use their 3G mobile phones to make calls and send texts once the 3G Network is turned down, however data rates are highly constrained.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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