Matt Bird, general manager of InLinkUK is due to be interviewed on X-Ray, the most watched Welsh news programme, explaining what Wales' new InLinks mean for the people of Swansea. The InLink roll-out is due to continue in Wales, and local communities can look forward to a host of benefits brought by the InLinks - as was recently highlighted in a launch piece on the BBC.
In the video above you can catch presenter Ben Price introducing Swansea's first InLinks saying 'As well as being able to make free phone calls from the InLinks, there's also access to free Wi-Fi with speeds of up to 1gbps. And if you're running low with battery on your mobile phone then you can take your USB lead and simply plug it in' before trying out the free charging, weather and maps services for himself.
Ben Price's tour of the InLinks is followed by two interviews; Rob Stewart, leader of Swansea Council celebrates the benefits in connectivity that InLinks will bring to local communities, and with almost nine in ten (87 per cent) of the UK’s full-time workforce currently working flexibly or hoping to do so, the potential to use InLinks to work outdoors is highlighted by InLinkUK head of communications & external affairs, Jessica Tompkinson.
To catch Matt Bird's interview live, tune into X-Ray on Monday 1 October, at 7.30pm.