40% of the tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival will now be reserved for telephone sales announced Michael Eavis - the festival's organiser.
Mr Eavis felt that 2007's system had favoured those with high speed internet access. The swing towards telephone sales is thought to have been introduced to help teenagers with mobile phones buy tickets.
This year's festival has been heavily criticised as being too "middle-aged".
Looks like mum and dad snapped up the tickets on broadband while the kids were just that little bit too slow.