EE has announced that it will be testing out its 5G network at this years Glastonbury festival, the company has said that this will be the first 5G connected festival.
It will be interesting to see how many people actually have 5G smartphones for the festival which takes place in June.
To keep festival goers connected throughout the weekend, EE will be installing five temporary masts across the site to add to the permanent site at Worthy Farm, broadcasting 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G for the first time. Festival goers will have the opportunity to try out the brand-new 5G network technology for themselves via 5G-powered WiFi, ensuring that sharing those electrifying festival moments will be made easier than ever before.
Music fans will once again have access to the EE Recharge Tent so they can stay connected throughout the weekend. Open from Thursday 10am to 10pm, the EE Recharge Tent will have more chargers than ever before and is free to all, regardless of network. Wireless and USB C charging stations will charge compatible phones in under thirty minutes. Taking the stress away from running out of battery, losing friends or not being able to snap photos during the weekend’s festivities.
You can find out more details about EE’s plans for this years Glastonbury Festival at the link below.