If you choose to have a TV, PC or cell phone, you’ll need to buy a radio/tv licence called "medielicens". Medielicens: You must be aware that everybody who lives in Denmark pays “Medielicens”. In the old days this was a payment for watching Danish television so it was only persons who had a TV who should pay this. But since the summer of 2007 it has been required by law that everybody who owns a mobile phone, computer or TV must pay “Medielicens”. You sign up on www.dr.dk/licens (read about "medielicens" here).
You pay a fee every month for connection to TV/radio (will normally be included in the rent or billed through TreFor). This price varies depending on where you live. Normally students will not want the “big package of TV stations” so we suggest that you ask the land lord where to go to make sure you only pay for a “small package”. Normally you get about three weeks after you move in to change the package. If you change after that you will have to pay a fee.
There are many providers of internet connection for your appartment. If you want internet you can go to a TV shop or a shop that sells cell phones and ask for the price. You will most likely not be able to get internet before you show that you have a Danish CPR number.
As with Internet there are many providers of cell phones + service (subscription). Again you must be able to show that you have a Danish CPR number before you are allowed to buy a phone incl. service (subscription).