London Lite Monday, 14 September 2009 19 broadband 8 out of 10 Plusnet customers would recommend us* To find out why visit www.plus.net/why or call 0800 073 3053 award-winning broadband wireless router included ^ 5.99per month + = * 79% of customers would recommend Plusnet to a friend uSwitch Customer Satisfaction Survey 2009 ^ One-off Postage and Packaging charge of 6.99 for Wireless Router Plusnet Value Broadband 5.99 a month subject to local availability. 18 month minimum term. Phone line (non-cable) and payment by Direct Debit required. Subject to availability, terms and conditions see website for details www.plus.net **Plusnet Value Broadband is cheaper than TalkTalk Essentials package that usually costs 6.49 a month (plus 11.25 monthly line rental) on an 18 month contract. Comparison excludes special offers. TalkTalk Essentials package provides 40GB monthly download limit, whereas Plusnet Value Broadband provides 10GB download limit per month with unlimited usage between midnight and 8am. Monthly line rental available from Plusnet at 10.95 with Plusnet Talk, which provides the equivalent service to TalkTalk, though some features differ. Please visit www.plus.net/why for full details. Cheaper than TalkTalk** by mark blunden More protection: Broadcasting House Robbie: Send me to the jungle ROBBIE WIllIams wants to appear on Im a Celebrity... Get me Out Of Here! The 35-year-old singer seems keen to endure the bushtucker trials of the jungle TV show, writing on his blog: Itd be fun to go on. Carmen will be O2s first opera THE O2 arena is to stage its first full opera with a production of Carmen. The arena will host three performances of Bizets dramatic work on 21, 22 and 23 may next year. David Freeman will direct and tickets go on sale on Friday. BBCtoinstall37 anti-terrorist cameras at HQTHE BBC wants to install 37 extra CCTV cameras around its central London headquarters amid fears it could be a terrorist target. The corporation has applied to Westminster council for planning permission to surround all four sides of Broadcasting House, where its radio services are based. If the plans are approved, it will bring the number of cameras on the building, off Great Portland Street, to 50 -- 44 more than the nearby Chinese embassy. The BBC wants to install 30 static vandal-proof dome cameras, six of which can be remotely controlled, and seven standard wall-mounted models. According to planning documents, their purpose is to monitor pedestrian movement. Plans submitted by the BBCs design- ers state: The camera positioning and type has been based on advice from BBC security specialists and the government security service. But a corporation spokesman said: We never discuss security issues. The cameras are part of renovation works, due for completion in 2011, which will see the BBCs news operation moved to Broadcasting House. BeeB wantS tO SuRROund RadiO StaRS witH Ring Of CCtv H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html