Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Messaging International LSE:MES London Ordinary Share GB00B0DR6985 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.275p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 3.5 -0.3 -0.2 - 0.32

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24/8/201610:29New shares39
05/8/201621:31MES - MKT CAP 700K DEAL with SPRINT16
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29/1/201611:06Marauder East Coast TSX:MES on the Vancouver X351
16/8/201317:422012 at telemessage,com (MES) post share buyback62

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Messaging International Daily Update: Messaging International is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MES. The last closing price for Messaging International was 0.28p.
Messaging International has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 115,872,148 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Messaging International is £318,648.41.
tomboyb: Well - If they want to emulate Breedon which is a billion dollar company you could have the excitement of a recent company the was acquisitive - Building a much larger company - As for spitfire I have no ideas - I did sell when the share price was at 0.60p and 0.55p and was surprised when market makers took the stock considering the placing -
euclid5: If this RTO never happend they would of delisted the shares, see below "The Company's shares were admitted to trading on AIM at 5 pence per share and has since witnessed the share price fall to 0.7 pence as of 3 August, 2016 (being less than fifteen per cent. of the original share price). This drop in the share price of the Company occurred notwithstanding the financial results which showed a gradual increase in revenues and fall in losses until 2010, when the Company showed a profit. Since 2010 the share price has continued its decline. The Directors believe that TeleMessage requires additional funds to invest in its current and future products, including its secure enterprise mobile messaging platform developed to cater to the requirements of businesses and organisation. In an attempt to address the Group's working capital requirements and prior to considering the Proposals as set out in this Document, the Company took informal soundings from the market, which indicated negligible appetite for an equity fundraising by the Company if it remains listed on AIM. The Directors believe that this is mainly due to a lack of revenue visibility, historical and ongoing losses, working capital concerns, its small market capitalisation and the volatility of the Company's share price. Conversely, however, there appears to be interest from investors if the Company were to be unquoted. The Board is therefore faced with a situation where, if the Company is to remain as an AIM listed company, it will unlikely be able to raise the requisite funds, without offering a prohibitively large discount to the current share price, to enable it to continue to trade, let alone invest in the development of its trading business. Alternatively, the Board could propose to delist, but then there would effectively be no market in the Existing Ordinary Shares. Finally, and as proposed in this Document, the Board could dispose of the Business, introduce new funds, appoint new directors, and look to adopt a new Investing Strategy."
euclid5: good points but not many AIM co's manage to enhance the value of their co, they just seem to over dilte s/holders - if they have to keep paying for co's with shares - it's a "double edge sword" you end up with constant dilution If the share price is circa 0.005p / halp a penny they will have to issue hundreds of millions to pay for the co in the first place, & could end up with over 500m / 750m shs in issue. You therefore end up diluting the asset value of a co. CULS / Loans are not good either as it puts a strain on the BS & more dilution once Loans are converted into shares along with warrants. But we shall see what unfolds here & how much they start paying for co's & how far they are in before they turn a profit
43rick: Time for a new thread following the c.33% share buy back and emphasising MES is in profit and to be found at . Share price on upward trend since start 2009. Telemessage Ltd is a 100% owned subsidiary of Messaging International – MES. RNS for MES are to be found at as is all Investor Relations information. The following company introduction comes from the Telemessage web page for the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2012 - TeleMessage WWW.TELEMESSAGE.COM Solution at a Glance TeleMessage offers converged messaging products and services for carriers and enterprises that deliver: Text, Voice, Video and Multimedia messages to and from any communication device. Send, receive, and manage: SMS, MMS, Video, Voice, Fax and E-mails from: the Internet, PC and E-Mail clients, Fixed or Mobile phones and various APIs. TeleMessage's 3 main product lines are: • SMS to Voice - Convert SMS to Voice using Text-to-Speech and play to recipients over a phone call • PC to Mobile - Send messages to phones from popular PC and web applications • Messaging Gateway - Manage enterprise and application traffic including integration API's Our Offering TeleMesssage offers hosted and managed SaaS services, as well as in-network licensed system. TeleMessage can provide and End-to-End turnkey projects. Our pricing models are flexible and can be based on Setup cost followed by a system License, Rev-Share and maintenance fees. We offer low cost entry solutions, and hosted managed services. Customer's Challenges and Benefits Benefits for the customer (operator, devices manufacturer etc.) • Converged messaging services that allow additional revenues • Presence in user's PC, Tablet or Mobile phone • Benefits for the end-user • Friendly personal and group messaging • Send Text, Picture, Music and Video with ease • Unique Selling Points and Differentiators A complete package of messaging tools, automated and manual interfaces: Send Pictures, Music, Text, Video and Documents from PC to Mobile phones as SMS, MMS, Calls, Faxes and Email Integration to the most popular tools: Tablets, Facebook, Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Outlook Messaging Service, Excel Bulk Messaging, Toolbar Plug-in, Widgets, Stand Alone application, Web Portal and more. Various API's for connectivity: SMTP, HTTP, XML, SMPP, MM7, SNPP, WCTP, OneAPI Hosted managed SaaS products that can be launched in no time, or in network licensed solutions Company References and Strategic Business Partners TeleMessage has over 40 wireless carrier, fixed-line operator, enterprise, and government customers throughout the world, including Tier 1 operators like: Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Rogers, Telus, Bell Mobility, Cable & Wireless Caribbean, Claro Guatemala and El Salvador, T-Mobile Macedonia, Kyivstar Ukraine, USI Russia, Orange, Pelephone, Mirs and Bezeq in Israel, Telstra Australia, Eronet Bosnia and many more. Extracts from recent MES RNS. From the 2010 Annual Report Financial Results I am delighted to announce that the results for the year ended 31 December 2010 show a much improved result with a profit of £357,245 (2009: loss £33,096). The group's cash position at 31 December 2010 was £357,319 (2009: £202,691). The board is not recommending the payment of a dividend but continue to review the position. From the 2011 Interim Results Highlights • Strengthened global market position as a leading provider of innovative messaging services • Pre and post tax profit of £170,401 for 6 months to 30 June 2011 (2010: loss £25,628) • Total revenues for the period totalled £1,684,354 (2010: £1,234,842) • Steady trading resulting in 36% increase in gross revenue • Expanding geographic footprint - established new clients in North America for 'Text to Landline' messaging products • Growth in revenues from our new 'Massaging Gateway' either directly or through our customers in North America and Israel From the February 2012 Buyback RNS Completion of share Buyback and Capital Cancellation Further to the announcements of 23 November 2011 and 16 December 2011, Messaging International, the AIM traded provider of innovative messaging services, announces the completion of the Buyback and Capital Cancellation. As a result, 80,007,853 Ordinary Shares in the Company will be cancelled and the total number of Messaging International ordinary shares of 0.5 pence each in issue will be 155,872,147.
tomboyb: A recent article that perhaps can put MES into context - however when it was written MES had 235 mill shares in issue - now it has 155 mill - Buy Messaging International (MES) at 0.8p A little known tech stock, Messaging International (MES) reminds me a lot of Mobile Streams (MOS) back in 2010. The company specialises in converging content across platforms, a talent which is growing in demand due to the increased complexity and range of today's communication technology. Having posted consistent growth in revenues since 2006 (2005-2009 saw revenues grow by 334%), the firm recently broke into its first full year of profitability and was cash generative to boot. With a market cap of just £1.9 million, net cash of c.£0.3 million, and trading on a historic earnings multiple of just 5.3, the shares are completely overlooked by the wider market. Speculative buy, at 0.8p. 'Convergence' is one of the new watchwords in today's tech heavy world. With the proliferation of myriad new operating systems and hardware devices, combined with the increased complexity of today's applications, it is easy to get lost in the ether when it comes to making heads or tails of what is going on. In such an environment there is an opportunity available for those that can bridge the gap between formats, media and devices. And this is where Messaging International comes in... Founded in 1999 and operating through its trading subsidiary TeleMessage, Messaging International offers converged messaging products and services for carriers and enterprises that deliver text, voice, video and multimedia messages to and from any communication device. Its solutions consist of three main product lines: SMS to Voice, PC to Mobile and the Messaging Gateway; the latter of which has particularly exciting potential. The first product line, SMS to Voice, is the most developed of the three and has been taken up by a number of telecom operators such as Sprint Nextel and Bell Canada. In the telecoms world it is all about increasing ARPU (average revenue per user), and TeleMessage's "SMS to Landline", "SMS as Voice" and "Voice SMS" are leading value added services which can help increase optionality and improve the end user experience. In PC to Mobile, the company has developed an Internet Video Download application which gives users the ability to download, as well as stream videos to mobile phones. Users can browse and send content from any video website to their friends' mobile phones, with the video being received as either a video stream or a video download file. The application provides mobile subscribers with a simple way of sharing internet content through their mobile phone, providing an end-to-end platform for handling message delivery, real time adaptation, provisioning, billing and integration in web browsers. Such a technology such benefit from strong tailwinds in the form of the growth of mobile video data traffic, with Cisco predicting a 39-fold increase in mobile data traffic from 2009 to 2014, 66% of which will be accounted for by video traffic. Also included in the company's PC to Mobile suite is a File to Mobile application. This enables users to drag and drop any PC files, including text documents, presentations and spreadsheets, and send them to any phone in an easy and intuitive manner, making the mobile phone a portable disk for PC content. The Messaging Gateway is perhaps the 'killer app' that will eventually kick-start the company's share price. By enabling the enterprise/user to send out messages (mainly SMS/MMS but also voice, fax and email) to customers and employees on multiple formats, Messaging Gateway removes the need to connect separately to each internal messaging system as well as to other supporting network systems and service enablers. This can yield many advantages for the operator through ensuring that messaging resources are used efficiently and according to the operator's policies, whilst also reducing integration costs and throwing up other opportunities such as mobile marketing. In the company's own words, the service "allows companies to overcome their com
llaird: could be getting set for funding as you say Mcbean you think it will be released and rise to 40-50cents once deal is announced? its worth much much more when you look at the market caps of other puntland vehicles and what this deal will give MES a £20m m/cap is less than half of what it should be on the merits of the deal thats been talked about just not sure how this is being funded and therefore how it will affect the share price in terms of rising to where it should be. we saw how Range soared on the back of draw downs last feb but also saw it held back due to placings
mcbeanburger: good interview of range ceo if you haven't seen it elsewhere. mes price action - loads of anon selling the offer but not further then .22 cents. is that going to be the financing price point? probably as i've seen all all before. keep buying kids anon but might be selling it down but that doesn't mean its at the right market price. .40-50 cents is about the right market cap. (but i would say that won't i!) ;-)
mcbeanburger: here what i wrote on stockhouse that thought was interesting given all the GKP hype that is going around the oil patch. GKP.L -> the model company example for MES This isn't a pump for Gold Key but instead an example company that mes COULD turn out to be within the next 2 to 3 years. GKP claim to fame and nice rise in share price is Kurdistan. They went in when most thought it risky, now Kurdistan is considered safe. They hit two pockets of oil and share price is now 40 times what it was when they started. Weekly chart below: Corporate vid gives you the background and it appears the GKP have a less oil potential then mes. Where is mes the same with GKP? 1. Oil potential in Somalia is a given and its elephant territory - similar to Kurdistan was several years ago. 2. Puntland is considered risky area like Kurdistan was in 2009. That could change if the Puntland government can maintain control. Puntland could reverse that held view of high risk. 3. Control of the oil. Several years ago it was considered unlikely that Kurdistan would be allowed to control its own resources. They threaten to go to war if it was taken away and the central Iraqi government backed down. The deal with the Puntland government is with the largest tribe in Puntland. They will maintain control of the oil and the deal. If anyone that wants to take it away will have to go war to get it, unlikely there is anyone that could do that. Gulf Key went from .0455 to 2.66 over a little under three years. It's a nice story that is what I think and hope MES will do.
markt: ...I just took a look at some of the news My summary is 1) - MES connected to a company being forcibly closed by the FSA 1B) Other large investor, RTI seems to have bad results over last 10 years from what I can see. (NAV divided by 10) Hence, is MES associated with losers ?? 2) - the liquidator of that company looks in my opinion to be breaking the law if they complete the transaction to sell its 80M shares at 0.15p to MES as declared by MES......(by law, I understand that the official liquidator must try to obtain the maximum for shareholders of that company being liquidated....selling at 0.15p when the market price is 6 times higher looks blatently illegal to me Will the FSA be back ?! 3) I repeat point 1 !! 4) Appears to me that at any moment the MES dirs. could announce that the sale has been cancelled and that the shareholder has sold to A.N.Other (at a higher price) (as is their right I believe)......and if so, then the share price rise due to expected reduction in number of shares would appear to be an intentional 'pump'.....and price fall could be expected 5) personally my experience with any company linked to Israel has been bad (take a look at past history of Emblaze for example) 6) If the company makes around 300k and cap. value is 2M....for a small cap it perhaps looks fully valued. 6x profit. No tax recently, if taxed in next results then PAT could fall. 7) Recent turnover could be a spike, or could continue growing. There is a risk. (mentions messenging in Macedonia or Moldovia or somewhere...!) 8) Lots of messaging companies around On plus side, it does report a profit, no debt (although may not have much or any current assetts if buys 80M shares at say 0.6p or 0.9p) and improving numbers. in conclusion......MES, not for me if it does in fact grow then maybe I take a look in a year or two...
marlint111: I think the announcement of the share buy back from Pacific is hugely significant, and should see more than 40% increase in the share price when it goes through. Some back of the envelope calculations: The current situation: 235 m shares 0.85p per share (mid price) Market cap 2m 80m shares bought back from Pacific for 0.16p per share Total cost to MES: £128,000 Total market value of 80m shares: £680,000 (80m x 0.85p) After the buyback: The new market cap of MES should be: £1.87 million (Current Market cap - Cost of buyback , 2 - 0.128 ) Number of shares: 155 million shares (235m - 80m) New price: 1.20p per share ( 1.7 / 155 ) A 41% increase. Even taking into account the big spread on this share: To buy a share now, 0.95p 0.2 p bid/ask spread. So 1.20 a share mid price = 1.10p per share sale So likely profit if you bought today and sold after the buyback: .15p a share (or 16%)
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