Delete contact information
If you have your contact information deleted in the Contact and Reservation Register, you will be unable to receive SMS or e-mail messages containing useful civic information from public authorities.
Delete or opt-out?
There is a difference between deleting your contact information and opting out of digital communication. Opting out means that you receive important, official documents from public authorities on paper, but you can still receive civic information messages via SMS or e-mail. For example, you can get SMS or e-mail reminders telling you about your health appointments, changes to your water supply, or when your municipality plans to clear snow from your street, so you can move your car in time.
Deletion means you cannot use MinID
If you have your contact information deleted in the Contact and Reservation Register, you will no longer be able to use MinID to log into digital public services. Nevertheless, you will be able to log in using one of the other e-IDs, such as BankID, Bypass or Commfides.
To have your contact information deleted in the Contact and Reservation Register, you must complete and send the deletion request form to:
Agency for Public Management and e-Government (Difi)