The EE 5G network is set to be tested out at the Glastonbury Festival in the UK that's taking place this June to provide concertgoers with ultra-fast connectivity during their experience.
EE will install five temporary masts set up strategically around the grounds that will provide 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G connectivity for users. Festivalgoers can try out the 5G connectivity by utilizing the onsite WiFi as the new bandwidth isn't directly compatible for use with most devices just yet.
The Glastonbury Festival EE 5G network is just one aspect of the brands involvement in the event and will also see it hosting the EE Recharge Tent that will provide users the ability to charge their smartphone anytime from 10am to 10pm.
The EE 5G Network will be Tested at the Glastonbury Festival
1. 5G Festival Connectivity - The use of 5G network connectivity at music festivals is a trend that provides an opportunity for companies to develop new digital and technological experiences for festivalgoers.
2. Temporary 5G Masts - The installation of temporary 5G masts at events is a trend that provides an opportunity for companies to provide high-speed connectivity to large gatherings, such as sporting events, conferences, and festivals.
3. 5G Wi-fi Compatibility - The development of 5G Wi-Fi compatibility among devices is a trend that provides an opportunity for companies to create products and services that take advantage of the ultra-fast connectivity offered by 5G networks.
1. Music Festival - The music festival industry can take advantage of 5G connectivity to provide festivalgoers with new experiences that incorporate 5G technology, such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences.
2. Telecommunications - The telecommunications industry can benefit from the increasing demand for 5G connectivity at events, by providing temporary 5G masts and other infrastructure to event organizers.
3. Technology - The technology industry can take advantage of 5G connectivity to develop new products and services that require high-speed internet, such as streaming services, smart home devices, and gaming platforms.