You have to expect these consequences
Even if it is dangerous, "driving with a mobile phone" is considered a B offence. This means that, according to the schedule of fines, you can expect a fine of €100 and a point in Flensburg.
However, if someone was endangered or an accident was caused, you can expect a fine of €150 or €200, two points in Flensburg and a one-month driving ban.
Special case: probationary period
As a novice driver, you face tougher penalties.
During the probationary period, even less serious offences are punished more severely, so the consequences of an offence during the probationary period are also more serious if you are caught driving with a mobile phone to your ear or in your hand. When you get caught during this offence without endangering others, you will be fined €100, receive a penalty point, have your probationary period extended from two to four years and have to attend an additional training seminar.
Due to the probationary period, this offence is considered an A offence. This is a serious offence, equivalent to driving drunk and disobeying the law.
An offence during the probationary period
In the probationary period, an A offence, or serious offence, means an extension of the probationary period from two to four years. It also entails attendance at an additional training seminar.
If a serious offence (A offence) is committed a second time, a warning is issued and traffic psychology counselling is recommended.
If this is followed by a third A offence, the driving licence is revoked.