3 Rearms to Roskilde Festival with 13 Mobile Master

As a customer of 3 or Oister, you don’t need to fear for lack of coverage or slow networks if you must at the Roskilde Festival.
When up against 130,000 party pleasure people customers Roskilde Festival before long, goes the hard out of the mobile network in the area.
Why is the phone company 3 traditionally prepared on the task by setting extra cell towers, so the many data-hungry customers can browse and stream loose without problems-and not to forget-keep in touch with each other.
At the same time have 3 upgraded the 12 master, who was also placed at the Festival last year. The two master, covering areas Backstage Village, Orange Scene, Grand Stand and Trade Zone, has anyone got an increased frequency limit of no less than 178%. Overall, 3 increased network capacity with whole 1,470% since Roskilde Festival in 2011.

Orange Scenes monitor towers equipped with antennas

When the great artists turns himself away on Orange Scene, there is intense activity on the smart phone with sharing of pictures and videos on social media like never before. That is why 3s 13. the position of an antenna mast on the two monitor towers of 22 metres high, covering the whole of ‘ the pit ‘ in front of the Orange Scene with lightning fast 4 g network.
“We take pride in delivering a good mobile experience to customers everywhere at the Festival – even in the busiest hours in front of the Orange stage, where we are experiencing the largest peak. Last year, we were well pleased with the service provided coverage on the Festival and, not least, in front of the Orange stage. But we don’t take any chances, and that is why we are really excited for our close collaboration with Roskilde Festival, which this year will result in that we can install an additional mast at the Orange stage, covering the whole of ‘ the pit ‘ in front of the stage, “ tells Kim Christensen, network Director for 3 Denmark.
At the same time have 3 upgraded the 12 master, who was also placed at the Backstage Village, Orange Scene, Grand Stand and Trade Zone last year. They have all received an increased frequency limit of no less than 178%–something that obviously is needed with the explosive increase in consumption on the whole 1,470 percent, has happened since Roskilde Festival in 2011.