Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobestar Holdings LSE:MOBS London Ordinary Share GB00B12B4Q16 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.375p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.52

Mobestar Share Discussion Threads

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14/5/2008
13:29
thought i would start a new thread for a new beginning in the recovery.last month there was a 13p placing and trading update and many new platform launches.revenues up,subscriptions up month on month at 5 pounds a month.
foxy16
14/5/2008
12:31
when we get into the top 10 for a couple of days we should see a lot more interest from pi,s.maybe clarification rns of launches might do the trick.
foxy16
14/5/2008
12:23
gay3 has just been the whole mkt sentiment that brought this down i expect it to quickly move above 13p placing price.revenues up month on month along with subscriptions and numerous new platforms and launches.dizzy 47p heights yet we are at 10p with the business model clearly working and getting placings away in this climate at 40% above share price looking good for a recovery.
foxy16
14/5/2008
11:53
13p placing last month and plenty of launches including s.africa and italy this month and at least 1 a month this year.a bit of life in the old dog yet.
foxy16
30/10/2007
11:42
"Mobestar - Social networks and mobile phones 30-Oct-2007 Mobestar said it had generated £30,000 in revenues in the five weeks up to September 30th 2007. Revenues, usage and the rate of new users have all increased week on week since launch" http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/articles/art.php?MOBS
aim_trader
19/7/2007
12:01
Awfully quiet BB here? 28% rise and not a peep out of anybody. Has everyone sold and moved on??? Edit: 30% Edit 32%
mine man
19/7/2007
11:40
Mobestar Pl Mobestar in deal with Bone Fish to deliver mobile online dating services LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Mobile technology company Mobestar Holdings PLC said it has entered into a partnership with online-dating site operator Bone Fish to deliver a mobile phone interface to its customers' dating web sites. Financial details were not disclosed. Mobestar said Bone Fish will incorporate its mDate technology into its portfolio of dating services. It said mDate replicates the look and feel of traditional web-based dating services on the mobile phone platform, providing fully integrated access to user profiles and delivering text and picture messaging services.
mine man
19/7/2007
10:41
Mobestar Partnership provides 12,000 dating sites with the opportunity to go mobile London, 18th July, 2007: Mobestar, the specialist provider of mobile community applications (MOBS.LN) today announced a partnership with Bone Fish Ltd (http://www.bone-fish.com), the fastest growing co-operative of online-dating sites in the world. The partnership provides Bone Fish with the means to deliver a sophisticated mobile phone interface to its customers' dating web sites worldwide. Bone Fish will now incorporate Mobestar's mDate solution into its portfolio of dating services. mDate replicates the look and feel of traditional web based dating services on the mobile phone platform, providing fully integrated access to user profiles and delivering text and picture messaging services. The platform is further enhanced with the addition of location based services (LBS) which allow users to 'see' who is on line locally, and provide site owners with the ability to target advertising on a geographic basis. Launched in 2001, Bone Fish delivers bespoke, co-branded and 'white label' online dating solutions to 12,000 client sites. Bone Fish systems help existing or new dating-sites gain access to a large data-base of over 2m members in the UK alone, improve the quality and flexibility of their website and provide back office services, such as administration, registration, payment, management and reporting. Commenting on the agreement Peter Richards, Mobestar CEO said, 'The partnership opens the door to huge range of opportunities. We're working with Bone Fish to deliver a next generation, fully mobile interface to dating sites around the world that dramatically extends the possibilities for user services and provides a new opportunity for revenue generation.' Mike Fitzgerald, CEO of Bone Fish added, 'Mobestar's mDate solution provides us with a 'turn key' solution to mobilising our wholly owned and client dating sites that can be implemented in a matter of weeks. It perfectly complements the solutions we currently offer, extends the relationship with the end user and satisfies the increasing demand for anytime, anywhere access in the dating market.' Mobestar's mDate solution includes a suite of specialist applications that replicate the core functionality of online dating services. mDate incorporates LBS functionality as a standard feature and the solutions delivered can be further enhanced through the incorporation of anonymous voice and video calling
mine man
12/4/2007
12:02
No doubt this may have been covered ,but would like to get any up to date help on what is avaliable for connecting to internet when moving around . i am working part time in Asia and Europe , not that much time spent in UK , Can anyone suggest any reliable mobile type networks that are unlimited usage Apreciate any help
scrapman
28/2/2007
17:20
I assume it's forced or panic sells due to wider market conditions? Just looked at trades - there's only NINE!!! A buyer & seller matched at 25k shares @51p and the rest is peanuts. Think this will be going up shortly as price action is unusual. . .
gshiels
28/2/2007
16:55
And down she goes!
m4dmax
26/2/2007
11:38
It's on Mobestar's website http://www.mobestar.com/news_23-02-07.php
gshiels
26/2/2007
11:01
I don't think it was an RNS, but it should be!
gshiels
26/2/2007
10:51
Why hasn't this RNS been issued on the ADVFN site???
m4dmax
25/2/2007
09:52
oh yes this news is good upside on the way i think
bubsy2
24/2/2007
11:22
Guess this is the reason for the share price rise. It is dated 23 Feb 2007, timed at 18:35. Could this mean further rises on Monday? Mobestar Holdings Plc (LSE:MOBS) announced its partnership with WebPoint Communications Corporation of Iowa to provide the North American market with mDate, a white-labelled mobile video-dating solution for large dating agencies and community brands. As well as providing a sales and marketing channel, WebPoint will also be facilitating hosting and support services to bring this complete technology solution to a market that is estimated to be worth approximately US$2 billion per annum. Peter Richards, Mobestars CEO, said "We are delighted to be partnering with WebPoint whose strong presence and close relationships with a number of major US network operators will give us the springboard we need to penetrate this large and untapped market. WebPoint's commitment to providing the essential services for success has meant that our plans for a significant North American presence have been greatly accelerated." Kha Phan, WebPoint's CEO, said "We are very pleased to have been selected as Mobestar's partner in the United States. Our ability to both distribute and host mDate will be a first in the United States and we look forward to some early customer wins."
gshiels
23/2/2007
18:19
Does this share price increase mean that MMs are now short of stock? I wish I understood this share in more depth! Is anyone out there. . . . .!!
gshiels
21/2/2007
10:19
Weird trading! 5k buys, 63k sells and the share price goes up. 2 Broker trades. A 1k "weighted" buy - that's usually for larger orders or in a fast moving market. . . ???? I wonder if there is a large buy order and the "weighted" 1k was reported early in error? Let's hope so I must be bored!
gshiels
21/2/2007
09:24
Bloody spaniards
m4dmax
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