Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getmobile Europe LSE:GETM London Ordinary Share GB00B2QTYX55 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 142.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 96.9 3.2 25.4 6.4 13.46

Getmobile Europe Share Discussion Threads

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29/6/2009
11:11
Getting interesting. Michael.
michaelmouse
28/6/2009
12:32
Naughty naughty sneaking out a TU on Friday afternoon. Needless to say wasn't great news. Nevertheless worth putting on the monitor at the very least after Friday's 13% fall in the share price Despite continued deteriorating trading in the mobile phone business, GETM will have net cash in excess of 10m euros at 30 June (9m euros at year end) and no debt. The company is currently valued at just over 12m euros. Interestingly, the mobile phone business produced EBITDA OF 3.87m euros in 2008 and is up for sale. If they were able to sell the mobile phone business for say 3/4 times EBITDA then potentially GETM would be valued significantly below the cash on its balance sheet. Two of its start up businesses appear to be performing well. Cheers. Michael.
michaelmouse
05/6/2009
08:35
A bit of life here at last. Most stocks have bounced significantly off their lows the last few months so the ones that have left behind may attract some interest now. Other stocks that have market cap covered by cash and are profitable that I hold are: Taihua (TAIH). Price 7.25p. Cash = 9p. Net working capital 13p. Will post earnings of approx 1.5p this month. Has very low fixed costs. StockCube (SKC). Price 16p. Net cash = 23p. Normalied earnings of 1.9p last year. Total Systems (TTS). Share price 29.5p. Cash 30p. Will post earnings of 3p-4p next month. Also has a valuable London freehold on its books. Any others?
hugepants
13/5/2009
18:25
GETM discussion at the Motley Fool http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=11540920&sort=whole#11543232
hugepants
06/5/2009
09:34
http://fool.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200903270700145823P.html http://www.getmobile-europe.com/ Looks very cheap. Share price = 91p At current Euro/GBP exchange rates Cash = 85p Net working capital = 98p Earnings = 23p per share Dividend = 5.5p (payable on 2 July 2009 to shareholders on the register on 5 June 2009) Current trading and outlook Following a very buoyant 2008 for mobile phone contract sales and margin, indications for 2009 to date show that the impact of the recession and credit crunch has produced some margin pressure, due we believe to discounting, along with an increased level of credit failures by those seeking contracts as our mobile phone operator partners apply tighter credit criteria. Accordingly, while we anticipate a rebound later in the year, it is likely that in the short term trading will continue to follow the less buoyant trend experienced so far in 2009. The Company is however profitable, cash generative, and has substantial cash balances and no debt. Moreover, from 2010 onwards, we anticipate the start of a meaningful contribution from our emerging e-commerce businesses
hugepants
03/4/2008
12:37
Nice move up these last few days - results next Tues.
tole
03/4/2008
12:36
Had an investment on this one for build up to results. Good director buying going on here, and they generally know first lol!!!
seanmiller
29/2/2008
15:54
Not easy to get stock - Noticed MM's quoting a penny premium online if you want to buy. Quoted 13.75p.
tole
29/2/2008
15:19
me likey a lot. more please.
bennie buffett
29/2/2008
13:05
Just me here today? 70k just gone through at a .25p premium (12.5p)
tole
29/2/2008
09:59
Something afoot? Good summary from mid-last year over on TMF - not read any broker updates from Davy for a while so interesting to read up on their views if I can dig out their full recent note. Anyone heard anymore on the possibility of a paid-for research note to be released - read some comments on TMF that this could be the case? http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10732327&sort=whole#10735207 Any thoughts on this being a takeout target? Could be a good addition - Anyway good to see the directors loading up again here - that recent wedge the other week for +3m was also on top of 850k in Dec. "The Company has been notified that on 13 December 2007 the following directors and a company jointly owned by two directors purchased, in aggregate, 850,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 14 cents each."
tole
29/2/2008
08:58
Hmmm - looks perky today - having to pay a premium for any volume. L2 now 3v1 10.75-11.25
tole
28/2/2008
12:48
Yep - missed those large director buys a few weeks back too Nice +3m purchase just before the closed period with results pencilled in for 8th April. DIRECTORS' DEALINGS The Company has been notified that on 7 February 2008 the following directors, a director's spouse and a company jointly owned by two directors purchased, in aggregate, 3,075,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 13 cents each.
tole
28/2/2008
12:32
ello, was that a twitch?
jonno1
06/12/2007
13:47
http://www.goodbody.ie/news/morn.html getmobile (Add, Closing Price €0.17) Seed investment to expand the business model Analyst: Dan Cavanagh getmobile has announced that it has made a small investment (€439,000) in a start-up joint venture, which is an online comparison website for German consumers, covering a wide range of household contracted services. Similar to getmobile's current business model of offering mobile phone contracts, the new venture extend the product offered to include such items as domestic utilities (electricity, gas), fixed telephony services, subscription based TV and personal banking services. Whilst the impact from this venture will be minimal in the short term, we view this development as positive, due to: it will reduce getmobile's reliance on the German mobile phone market, which while currently buoyant due to the introduction of new handset technology (such as the Apple iPhone), has been subject to volatility, as handset technologies change over time; and, the ability to utilise existing online infrastructure (such as payment and customer recognition services) across a wider customer base, at little additional cost.
tole
06/12/2007
13:44
http://www.davydirect.ie/content/pubarticles/eqbrief20071206.pdf getmobile has announced a start-up joint venture with Complex GmbH & Co.KG. The company will invest €439,000 for a 65% equity stake in the new company, Premingo, which will develop a new internet platform to be called Premingo. This site will sell contract-based services such as insurance, utilities (electricity, gas) mobile/fixed line telephony, pay TV and banking services such as credit cards. This is good news for getmobile as it broadens the scope of its product offering and builds on its core competency - the commission-based, incentivised selling of contract-based products and services direct to consumers. A beta version of the site is expected to go live within the next two months. JV partner Complex previously developed KK Media's internet platform. KK Media was the internet channel mobile phone sales company acquired by getmobile in 2006. As part of the deal, Premingo will have access to getmobile's advertising network. There are no financial projections given, other than it is expected to be loss making in the "initial stages" In terms of current trading, management confirmed that trading to September was in line with expectations. It also confirmed that the "seasonally strong pre- Christmas trading period has started to materialize". Full-year results are expected to be in line with expectations. We are forecasting €2.6m EBITDA and 2.3c adjusted EPS for the year.
tole
06/12/2007
12:14
This is what I have been waiting to see - using their platform to sell other products. Be too early to see but this is the real blue sky with this company.
bennie buffett
14/10/2007
21:20
I found my way here via the 'Stocks on Low P/Es' thread. The question I must ask before I go any further is "Why is GETM on such a low PE?". All looks well .... so why not a higher rating?
nil pd
08/10/2007
18:16
Is this one ever going to take off? Holding for a year now. No trades on IEX since interim results. Depressing. Anyone think things might improve in the near future????
premiermark
01/10/2007
11:54
Aye. Looks nailed on to get back to 13p.
wiganer
01/10/2007
09:06
bit more of a rise this morning
jonno1
27/9/2007
18:24
Bought a few today. Anyone have a note of forecasts for this year? If H2 is same as H1 then thats 1.8p for the full year. But H2 is supposed to be stronger according to the results today. No tax on profits but there are around £8M of tax losses available to offset against profits according to the accounts so there could be several years of very low taxation.
hugepants
27/9/2007
07:41
Back in for a few at 10.5p.
wiganer
27/9/2007
07:20
You beat me to it... Not surprising this has been left alone and drifted in the stockmarket turmoil perhaps but this is a gem of a recovery story imo and that's been my view for ages... Even in these markets it should prosper and if ever confidence returns then an 8 per for next year would be 18-20p imo...ie near doubler relatively short term. Good luck all!
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