Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Orange LSE:OGE London Ordinary Share FR0000079196 SHS EUR1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.00

Orange Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/11/2008
15:32
HI I too never recieved any correspondence when the Orange share's transfered over to France Telecom.I have contacted the registar and called their call centre to try to trace them and keep getting cut off as no one can answer my query Can anyone help me trace these missing orange shares? Samlir 2
samlir2
06/3/2007
21:27
It is now 06/03/07, and I am in same boat as tetsuo_therob was at on 30/06/05. Does anyone out there know if the advice given by tiredoldbroker is still valid today\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/
pike2810
30/6/2005
19:00
I'd suggest that you start by writing to the UK office, which is at 50 George Street London W1U 7DZ United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 207 984 1600 Fax: +44 (0) 207 984 1601 addressing your letter to the Company Secretary and explaining that you hold a certificate (quote the number on the cert and the number of shares you hold) and saying that you want to know what to do next. Are you sure you didn't just take the money at the time of the takeover, which was about 5 years ago ?
tiredoldbroker
30/6/2005
18:23
Hello folks I bought some Orange stock when they first floated a few years back, and have never loked into their value, and indeed never really followed any markets. Imagine my suprise when I checked on ADVFN today and saw that the stock no longer exists as of April 2004! Obvious questions: 1) what happened? 2) how do I find out if I hold any stock of whoever bought Orange 3) who do I contact to get the share certificates etc. 4) how silly am I? Cheers R
tetsuo_therob
23/9/2003
18:53
I have been asked same question by a friend who has a few Orange. France Telecom's share price doesn't suggest the French market is aghast at the prospect and they have just got back into the black after a torrid period. Dividend appears to be 4%, and there's almost nil chance FT will be allowed to disappear like a lot of smaller telecoms. But then there's currency exchange risk, and why would anyone dump money into a lumbering elephant like FT? Any thoughts? Anyone?
tomorton
20/9/2003
14:19
can anyone give advicon what to do with the france telecom offer? Will France Telecom dividends be worth the switch?
omaratthebeach
03/9/2003
10:06
just sold at 654 can't see how France telecom is going to perform better than OGE. Anyway no divi and there are much better stocks out there.
acetc
02/9/2003
15:58
well I bought at beginning 2nd time around - should i sell? Or is the future with France telecom better
adelwire
01/9/2003
08:16
what is the offer to shareholders? why such a big bid-offer spread? will the bid price go higher than this?
acetc
01/9/2003
08:14
what is the offer to shareholders? why such a big bid-offer spread? will the bid price go higher than this?
acetc
28/8/2003
12:16
Increase in price: decrease in volume.
spikkymikky
18/8/2003
21:13
its the euro rate that tends to increase the price or decrease it. but hopefully with new 3G and higher subscriber numbers this should rise above the 608 level
harfan
15/8/2003
15:10
I don't understand this either but the volume of trades is very low, so that is not really going to affect the price. There must be some news that we are not privy to that is driving OGE upwards. Anyway I don't care what it is....some froggy reason I expect.... as long as we get back above launch price (608).
acetc
15/8/2003
10:45
This share is listed on the Paris exchange so most of the trading is done there and we don't see those details. I think that's the reason, but I'm no expert.
rvanr
15/8/2003
09:39
I don't understand this share! Most of the trades are sells (according to advfn) but the price keeps going up? Can anybody explain this? BCF
buntycrudfast
20/7/2003
21:27
Busabus, Watch for the outcome of the two month symmetrical triangle. A good trading signal will be generated on a CLOSE outside of the triangle. Good luck!
yz426
15/7/2003
13:24
any thoughts on where OGE is going? a sell or a hold?
busabus
11/6/2003
00:25
Orange UK Sued By Sendo 9th June 2003 Europe : Sendo today confirmed that it has initiated legal proceedings in the High Court of Justice in London against the mobile phone operator Orange in the United Kingdom. The legal action has been taken because Sendo believes that the Orange SPV smartphone infringes a patent granted to Sendo relating to the design of the circuit board within the phone. In a reaction Sendo's CEO, Hugh Brogan, stated: "Sendo has created intellectual property rights within the smartphone and mobile phone area. We have been advised by our patent agents, that the Orange SPV phone infringes these rights. We have tried to solve the matter in an amicable way. However, we are now in a position that we have to take legal steps. We are seeking damages and an injunction to restrain sales of the product. As we have previously stated, if Sendo believes that its global intellectual property rights are infringed, wherever in the world this might be, we will take steps to defend those rights."
kvu
08/5/2003
19:26
While 8 Euro's remains resistance, OGE remains a sell. The longer the duration of the topping pattern, the more acute the proceeding downturn! Telecoms have under-performed the Nasdaq in the recent rally! You pays your money, you takes your choice! Best of luck!
yz426
30/4/2003
06:34
figures aren't too bright. Orange now red..3g still a big waste. http://www.polskishop.com/30_04_03.htm
l2e
16/4/2003
00:51
Quite agree. Dont express to be an expert, but all sales of recent have been individually of small holdings yet purchases have been of significant values. There is obviously belief in this stock in some quarters, and whoever is buying is investing very heavily!
blummers
15/4/2003
16:23
I hope you didn't sell back in February, this thread just goes to show what 'foundations of sand' predictions are based on. very sound reasons for the opinions expressed but those opinions proven to be 100% wrong!
0rdibblee
07/4/2003
21:58
Subject: End of SPV Promotion Pack ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------- This change affects both personal and small business customers. The SPV promotional Pack was launched in November 2002 for all new connections and upgrades to the SPV handset. After the 30 of March 2003, customers will no longer have the option to connect to the promotion. There are significant benefits to the SPV customer if GPRS is provisioned. Please see Scholar >> Products and Services >> Wirefree >> GPRS under 'What are the exceptions?' for further information. As of the 27 of February all new registrations have the GPRS Pay As You Use option automatically applied. In the near future, all upgrade registrations will also have this product applied automatically. NB. The Pay As You Use option is only chargeable if the customer uses the GPRS service, therefore there is no need to terminate the product if the customer advises that he does not wish to use the service. As with all customers, the SPV customer may opt to change from the PAYU option to a chargeable bundle at the point of connection or any other time. Customers currently on the SPV Promotional pack will remain on the promotion until their May bill date, when they will be migrated onto the GPRS Bundle 2 option charged at £4 per month. This is a revision in the migration plan, and supersedes any information in the recent GPRS Tariff Revision training material. Further information will be communicated nearer the time via briefings, and Scholar will be updated to reflect this.
bristolbaz
22/2/2003
23:10
management changes are a significant new factor in the future progress of OGE - new management is expected to serve parent company (FT) and its needs rather than develop OGE - i would expect some fallback in the share price in the mid term but to what level? - probably below 400p, perhaps to 350p - any thoughts?
jarbie
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