EE has launched the official mobile app for the Glastonbury Festival for this current year.Users have given free hand to download the Glastonbury 2016 app free from Apple iOS and Google Play stores.
EE is playing a vital role in this festival this year.It provides and offers for festival-goers a new portable charger named “Juice Tube Power Bank” which enables users not to take tension during festival for mobile charging.
Distinguishing features of Glastonbury 2016 app
Interactive scheduling tools:It consists of ‘my line-up’ feature.It allows party-goers to plan their personal festival line up.
Facebook integration:It lets users to share their in-app schedule and see which friends are going to plan to see the same artists.
An interactive map:It features extended site coverage.It includes location finding, ‘now and next’ info and customisable pin drops to help users keep their bearings and locate their friends, car and tent.
News section:It features content from the Glastonbury team on site.It includes real time updates direct from the festival over the weekend.
Live-streaming from the BBC:it allows fans, both on and off site, to watch the latest performances from the six main stages at the festival.
Deezer integration:It lets users listen to artists perfoming at the festival- over 475,000 tracks were streamed via the app in 2015.
Two charging options offered by EE for revellers
There are two options for festival goers to keep their phone fully charged.
‘Recharge‘ tent-which is traditional and free to all users and has double the capacity for 2016.
Juice Tube Power Bank– manufactured by Banbury-based accessories manufacturer Gusto Telecom, which users can swap daily for a fully charged one at the official Exchange cabin.
This portable phone charger is available in two options.
- For users to purchase Juice Tube Power Bank in advance of the festival,he/she can visit to ee.co.uk site and place his order for just £20 (including postage & packaging).This price includes access to a daily swap service and exchange of Juice Power product once it runs out of power at Exchage cabins on site.
2. It can also be bought as part of the EE Festival Essentials pack for only £25.The pack includes a waterproof phone case, poncho and light-weight canvas rucksack.
Spencer McHugh, Brand Director at EE commented:
“The app was accessed over three million times over last year’s festival and we expect even more interaction in 2016. It’s the perfect digital companion to help people plan their weekend“.
The new Glastonbury 2016 App and phone-charging service is a part of wider technology offering from EE on site.This service includes a triple-capacity temporary 4G network and free 4G WiFi hotspots.Now with this service EE customers will be able to share their experiences in superfast time and spend more time embracing all Glastonbury has to offer.