Below is the information that the Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure (SDFI) requires in order to process applications for assignment of numbering resources.
Please read the guide to the Danish numbering plan for more information.
Applying for numbering resources
Applications for assignment of numbering resources can be sent by e-mail to The Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure at email@example.com.
In order to process the application The Danish Agency for Data Supply and Infrastructure requires the following information:
Name address and VAT number
Indicate applicant (telecom provider) name and address. Please also provide commercial register number for VAT and tax collection purposes.
Indicate responsible contact person, including direct phone number and email address. Information on the contact person will be published in the Number Register.
Type of service
Describe the type of service for use with the applied for numbering resources, e.g. mobile communication fixed or IP telephony etc.
Date of assignment
Indicate desired date for assignment. The date must be no later than 3 months after the date of application.
Please note that the agency charges a fee for each quarter the numbering resources have been assigned i.e. if a numbering resource is assigned on 1 December the fee is charged for the whole of the 4th quarter.
To ensure the effective use of the limited numbering resources the applicant must indicate:
- The total number of numbering resources assigned to the applicant at the time of application.
- The total number of assigned numbering resources still available to the applicant at the time of application including the number of complete numbering blocks of 10.000 numbers.
Specific numbering resources
Indicate specific numbering resources desired e.g. specific numbering series or codes. Available numbering resources for e.g. mobile or fixed communication may be found in the Number Register.
Registration in the Operators Clearing House (OCH)
All assigned numbering resources of the types 8 digit for mobile or fixed communication and 12 digit for M2M services have to be registered in the OCH in order for the provider to be compliant with § 11 and Chapter 3, part 7 in the Act on Electronic Communications Networks and Services. All providers are encouraged to seek information about registration in the OCH's guide on number portability (in Danish).
Applying for short numbers and numbers used for data communication
For applications on short numbers (i.e. 3-6 digit numbers) applicants must provide the applicant information stated above. Furthermore the following information must be provided:
- The type of services to be used with the short number.
- The number of users who can access the service.
- The size of the population who is the target group of the service.
- Expectations on the frequency of use of the service.
For applications on numbers used for data communication and for internal numbering addressing and identification the applicant must provide information regarding the applicant as stated above including information on physical address of implementation.
Applying for telex
The telex service in Denmark is administered by two companies: Swisscom and EasyLink.