For every purchased power bank, Vodafone will donate a pre-loaded SIM card to charities in local communities. Onsite at the Festival itself, Glastonbury-goers can exchange their depleted power bank for a fully charged one, once a day.
- Official Connectivity Partner of Glastonbury Festival, Vodafone, makes battery packs available to purchase before and during the event.
- For every purchase Vodafone will donate a pre-loaded SIM card to local communities.
- Vodafone pledges to help 75,000 people and businesses in the South West cross the digital divide by end of 2025.
Vodafone, Official Connectivity Partner of Glastonbury Festival, will keep ticket holders powered-up throughout the Festival by giving them the opportunity to purchase fully charged mobile battery packs before and during the event. For every pack purchased, Vodafone will donate a pre-loaded SIM card to a local charity in Somerset, offering Festival fans a way to give back to the community.
As part of its Glastonbury partnership, Vodafone UK has pledged to help 75,000 local people and businesses to cross the digital divide, delivering social value of £4.5m for communities and businesses across Somerset by the end of 2025. This commitment is part of Vodafone’s everyone.connected campaign, which aims to give people the connectivity and skills needed to participate in an increasingly digital society. As well as distributing SIMs, the pledge will provide free digital skills support to individuals and help to digitally transform small businesses, through engagement with Vodafone’s Smart Living and V-Hub webpages.