Telenor DK is the second largest mobile network operator in Denmark. Telenor was founded as a result of a merger between the mobile carrier Sonofon and ISP Cybercity in June 2009, both companies already acquired by Telenor in 2000 and 2005 respectively. Today the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Norwegian Telenor Group.
A network sharing agreement between Telenor DK and Telia was forged in 2012, resulting in the establishment of a common infrastructure company (TT-Netværket P/S) to operate a joint radio access network.
The company has provided 2G GSM services over the 900 and 1800 MHz bands since July 1992, and 3G UMTS services over the B1 (2100 MHz) band since September 2006. The network was upgraded to support HSPA+ in October 2010, and DC-HSPA+ in March 2011. An additional B8 (900 MHz) service was launched in 2014.
4G LTE was commercially launched in March 2013 over B3 (1800 MHz) and B7 (2600 MHz). 2C carrier aggregation began in 2015 with the launch of LTE-A services, and by December 2015 the company provided a 300 Mbps service in all major cities. A 3C CA service has been progressively deployed since 2016, using B3 (1800 MHz), B7 (2600 MHz), and B20 (800 MHz) bands. The network was upgraded to LTE-A Pro in September 2018 supporting data rates up to 1 Gbps.
In July 2018 the company announced the completion of its national rollout of NB-IoT and LTE-M networks over the shared TT-Netværket infrastructure.
4G LTE Network Information
Details on LTE network deployments are shown below. Data are often incomplete due to commercial nature. Consult dossier text for further details.
|Evolution||Status||Active [Launched 2013-03]|
|Max. MIMO||Max. Modulation|
|LTE Band||Channel Width||Status|