Glastonbury exhibition may trigger mobile phone recycling
22 June 2010 — 6:58 PM
Visitors to this weekend's Glastonbury Festival may be inspired to recycle their mobile phone and sign up to a deal with Orange.
The network provider is hosting a range of activities and features in its Chill n Charge tent at the Somerset venue, including offering approximately 800 recharging points.
It will split its tent into three sections, entitled past, present and future, from which it will offer entertainment.
As part of the future display, Orange will operate a 360-degree projection of how it anticipates Glastonbury in 2050 looking, while the past feature will include models of festivals from years gone by.
The company will also provide free makeovers and massages to weary guests throughout the event.
Orange recently announced the launch of a pair of Wellies specially for the festival season that store heat during the day and use it to recharge a mobile phone or other device at night.
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