4G users will now be able to access the service across the huge Worthy Farm site during the festival, while those operating on 2G and 3G services will benefit from an increased network capacity during the event.
EE is also working with the festival to produce the official Glastonbury 2013 app, which will go live in early June.
The free app will include a performance scheduling feature, GPS mapping, updates from the Glastonbury team and social network plug ins.
There will also be two ‘EE Recharge’ tents on site that will offer festivalgoers a place to chill out and charge their mobiles. This service will be free, no matter the network.
To promote the speed of 4G, visitors to the tents will also be able to connect their devices to mobile Wi-Fi networks powered by EE’s 4G network, meaning everyone will be able to try out 4G – no matter which network they’re on.
Glastonbury takes place from Wednesday 26 June to Sunday 30 June 2013 at Worthy Farm in Somerset.