Norway is home to several mobile network provider companies. When you comparison-shop, you should be able to find some appealing mobile network service options. While it’s possible to do a quick and simple Google search for “mobilabonnement” or “billigste mobilabonnement” or similar keywords, we’d like to save you the trouble by letting you know three of the biggest and most popular providers.

  • Telenor
  • Telia
  • Onecall
  • Komplett
  • Ice

Compare Packages and Plans

All of the “big three” are known for offering a range of mobile plans to consumers. All three of them provide pay-as-you-go and monthly service plan options. So, how to choose between them? Well, packages for monthly plans do vary between providers. If you’re interested in a monthly plan, you should check out each company and see how many minutes and how much data is included in each plan.

Generally, there will be an array of service choices, from basic to mid-range to high-end. The more basic, the less minutes, et cetera.

If you’re not sure how many minutes are right for you, check old phone bills from other provider companies and see how many minutes you used to use per month. Usually, provider company websites will provide resources which help new customers to figure out how many minutes and how much data they need. After you figure it out, look and see which big Norwegian provider offers the right plan for you.

Also, you should think about price. Look at each big provider company that we mentioned and then see how much it charges for the package which is closest to your monthly requirements and preferences. It’s important to compare prices user services like mobilabonnement¬†from forbrukeretaten, even though you’ll find that these companies tend to price along the same lines. If you can save a few bucks going with a cheaper provider, you definitely should!

In terms of pay-as-you-go service, a little research will also be helpful. For example, if you’re a tourist in Norway and you brought the phone that you use in your home country along with you, you may not need to buy a new mobile phone while you’re in Norway. So, check your phone and make sure that it works in Norway. If it does, you may save money by putting a Norwegian SIM card in your new phone. You’ll need to activate the SIM for your new Norwegian phone number.

Where to buy pay as you go Sim cards:

  • Most convenience stores
  • Narvesen
  • 7-eleven
  • deli de luca
  • Mix

A representative at a kiosk (pay as you go mobile network service is usually also available at few gas stations in Norway) should be able to provide you with full instructions.

Now that you know how to find the best mobile plans for you in Norway, why not start the hunt for affordable mobile network service today? Prices for this service in Norway are quite similar to prices in the rest of Europe. The best way to find a good deal is just to shop around and look for a mobile plan which has the right features and the right price tag.