We care about the world we live in. We care about each other, our partners and customers, our climate and not least our society. And we act accordingly.
We build and operate networks – above and below ground
TDC NET is creating tomorrow’s digital infrastructure, so Denmark can continue to be at the forefront. We want to provide the most powerful fixed-line and mobile networks and make using them easy to everyone. So we can stay well connected.
A new company with a long history
On one hand, TDC NET was established not long ago. On the other hand, we have many years of experience in creating connections.
From the country's first telephones
In 1882, industrialist and businessman C.F. Tietgen founded Kjøbenhavns Telefon Selskab (The Copenhagen Telephone Company) to connect the very first telephones in the capital. This meant many more telephones in the country, and a number of regional telecommunications companies, which eventually became Tele Danmark and TDC Group, who owned YouSee, Telmore, TDC Business and others.
To the digital Denmark
In 2019, TDC Group was split into two companies – TDC NET and Nuuday – with each focusing on their individual strengths, contribute to the digital Denmark of the future. With the rollout of fibre and 5G, TDC NET provides the fastest fixed-line connections and the best mobile network. Nuuday provides digital experiences and entertainment through a variety of providers such as YouSee, Telmore, Hiper, and TDC Business.
Our values are our compass.
Since 1882, we have provided Denmark with telephone lines, built mobile infrastructure and ensured internet to households across the country. And we play a crucial role in shaping Denmark's digital future too.
To be able to live up to our purpose ‘We connect Denmark. For everyone.’, TDC NET have defined five values that reflect both our heritage and future.
Values that are heard, seen, understood, implemented and lived everywhere in the company, forming the basis for our strong collaboration with partners and customers.
They serve as our compass for the decisions, actions and results that shape Denmark's digital future and all the opportunities that come with it.
We connect Denmark. For everyone.
We listen and are open to alternatives. We respect and work closely with others, in teams and across functions - both internally and externally. Together, we are better
You can count on us. Quite simply, we practice what we preach. And we expect the same from others.
To us, it is more than a job. We are ambitious, we bring passion and drive and we take pride in our work.
Today, we create impact for tomorrow. Day-by-day, we deliver the results needed to connect Denmark to the digital future.
What the digital infrastructure looks like
When we connect to each other and the world, astronomical amounts of information must be constantly transported back and forth. This requires powerful networks, both below and above ground.
5G mobile network
Above ground, almost 4000 mobile masts give us mobile coverage, whether we are in the middle of the city or out in the provinces. We are upgrading those masts to the next generation of mobile networks, 5G, which can support new technologies such as autonomous vehicles and smart white goods.
Fibre, coax and copper
We have already laid the copper and coax cables across the entire country, which are used for Internet, TV, and telephone services. Now and in the coming years, we will also roll out fibre that can transport data at the speed of light, which is why you will see us excavating across Denmark. Perhaps also where you live.
We create connections where everyone is welcome
The digital infrastructure is the backbone of the society of the future, and it must be strong. Measurements made by the Danish Technological Institute show that in 2020, and for the sixth consecutive year, TDC NET has the best mobile network in the country. Furthermore, when it comes to the network in the ground, we reach out the furthest into all corners of the country. This is what we are good at: Creating the network that everyone can connect to, in order to communicate with each other and the outside world.
We leave telephone, TV and Internet subscriptions to others. Our digital infrastructure is open, and all providers can access it so that citizens and businesses can freely choose where they want to buy their Internet, TV and telephone services.