To celebrate the birth of Meghan and Harry’s baby boy, InLinkUK, the tech start up behind InLinks, the new community communications service replacing payphones, has commissioned a poll of Leeds residents to find out their name predictions for the royal baby.
Just over half (51%) of people in Leeds predicted correctly that the royal couple would have a baby boy. When asked what the Sussex’s will name their baby boy, over a third (37%) of Leeds inhabitants predict that Arthur will be the name of the little prince! Yet open responses revealed many people think that Harry and Meghan will name their baby boy after Prince Charles.
Surprisingly, a whopping 21% of Leeds residents didn’t know that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were even expecting a little prince or princess! That number rises to nearly a quarter (24%) of men in the Yorkshire city, who were bemused about the new royal baby, versus only 6% of women.
Want to have your say? You can visit your city centre InLink in Leeds and make your prediction. Find it here: www.inlinkuk.com/find-an-inlink.html
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InLinkUK is a London-based tech start up, working in exclusive partnership with BT on the removal of a large number of existing payphones, and installation of a smaller number of InLinks, that provide communities with a range of free digital services.
In doing so InLinkUK and BT are creating the InLinkUK from BT service, revolutionising streetscapes and helping provide a connected city solution that delivers the fastest and most robust free public Wi-Fi service in the UK.
Improving local amenity and providing direct benefits for the community, the services offered by each InLink are available free for everyone, as they are funded through the inclusion of static commercial advertising, alongside Council and community content on the two digital display screens, in the same manner as commercial television.
Each InLink provides communities with an unprecedented suite of essential urban tools for free, including ultrafast Wi-Fi, phone calls, wayfinding, device charging, an emergency 999 call button, public messaging capabilities, as well as a platform for technical innovations.
InLinkUK was created through a joint venture between Intersection, the urban innovation company behind LinkNYC, and Primesight, a leading UK out-of-home media company. Learn more at http://www.inlinkuk.com