The Glastonbury Festival is coming up soon (June 26-30) and EE will use it as a testing ground for its 5G network. It will erect temporary 5G antennas and make it the UK’s “first 5G-connected festival”.
Glastonbury is expected to attract a record 200,000 people who will use up a whopping 70TB of data. There’s a stumbling block, however – almost no one will have a 5G-capable phone. But 5G enthusiasts will have options.
EE is a launch partner for the Oppo Reno 5G, which will be available staring from May at 900 (around £780). That will most likely be Europe’s first 5G phone. The…