EE has modified one of Worthy Farm’s eco-friendly tractors with super-fast Wi-Fi technology to create 'the world's slowest-fastest 4G hotspot'.
The broadband provider - official sponsor of Glastonbury 2013, which takes place on the farm this week - will enable festival goers to take advantage of 4G services while on-site.
Inside the tractor’s cab, EE has installed specialist network equipment which provides a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for those within ten metres of the vehicle.
Mobile device users will be able to log on and try free 4G Wi-Fi for themselves, wherever the tractor happens to be located.
Spencer McHugh, Brand Director at EE, said the 4G farm vehicle demonstrates "the innovative approach" the firm is taking "to bring the fastest mobile internet speeds to the UK, in a uniquely Glastonbury way".
“We couldn’t be more excited about this year’s Glastonbury, where we will be installing the first ever super-fast 4G network at a UK festival to help those on-site stay connected," he stated.
"We hope festival goers enjoy logging on to the EE-pimped eco-tractor if they see it over the weekend."