Selling an old mobile could let you get online and follow the festivals
26 May 2010 — 6:00 PM
Consumers may wish to consider selling an old mobile phone to upgrade to a new handset with internet access.
The mobile phone network Orange is celebrating this summer's Glastonbury festival by giving people without tickets the chance to win a pair every day from today (May 26th) until June 9th.
People wanting to take part need to visit the company's website and spot the orange welly in a crowd shot from the festival, which will then see them entered into a prize draw.
Spencer McHugh, brand director for Orange UK, said: "We are really excited about the 40th anniversary of Glastonbury and have lots of great plans in place to celebrate it."
He added the Where's My Welly? competition is great fun to play, but those who fail to win will be able to read the Glastoblog to discover "great stories" from the weekend.
A new mobile phone could be perfect for keeping up with all the news as it has recently been revealed that U2 will no longer be playing at Glastonbury.
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