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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bigblu Broadband Plc LSE:BBB London Ordinary Share GB00BD5JMP10 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 1.49% 102.50 100.00 105.00 104.50 101.50 103.50 106,647 14:00:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 55.4 -15.2 -25.8 - 58

Bigblu Broadband Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/7/2018
14:52
massive customer churn
middlesboroughfc
03/7/2018
10:53
no half year trading update (was on 27th June last year).
mfhmfh
29/6/2018
18:51
Mr Numpty - that's really helpful, thank you!
james1b14
29/6/2018
07:27
Reply to James . I sent an e-mail to Big Blu yesterday , requesting comments on this alternative means of providing internet coverage . Provided that the information provided is not confidential , I shall endeavour to report here .
mrnumpty
28/6/2018
19:51
I saw this story in an article somewhere and, like you, saw this as a bit of positive news for this company so my interest has been reinvigorated. I've changed my outlook on it so will hold for the next few months and see what happens. However, considering the debt levels, the fact BBB have yet to show a decent profit and their costs seem a little out of control, this all still makes me more than a little cautious. I'm Not worried enough to sell though, curious where this company goes from here....Mr Musk has VERY similar operational growth plans as BBB...especially with his internet providing satellites. ...
james1b14
28/6/2018
13:12
In today's ( Thursday 28/6 ) Business section of the Daily Telegraph , half of page 4 is devoted to the demise of a competitor company's technology , that of Ascenta , based in Bridgewater , unfortunately causing the loss of all sixteen jobs . It seems that Ascenta's plan was to use solar-powered , unmanned drones , under the name Project Aquila , which would remain airborne for twenty days at a time to relay the internet to less accessible markets . My impression is that Ascenta was attempting to access highly undeveloped markets , as the article states that the Company had already withdrawn from countries such as Myanmar ( otherwise known as Burma ) , Bolivia , Papua New Guinea , Trinidad and Tobago , Republic of Congo , Angola , Saint Lucia and El Salvador . Although , as far as I am Aware , Big Blu does not operate in these markets , so Ascenta was not perhaps a direct competitor , the challenge to our Company is obvious . Although Ascenta was obviously a very small company , it had the backing of Facebook , which intended to operate Boeing 737-sized ( ! ) internet drones in order to address the slowing uptake of its services in developed countries . Facebook reportedly bought Ascenta's concept for $20M ( £15M ) in 2014 , but a crash by the drone has led to an investigation by the US National Transportation Safety Board . Another problem was that the internet connectivity project being offered by Facebook , known as Free Basics , only provided a small handful of services , and promoted services from companies such as Johnson and Johnson . Nevertheless , in spite of the failure of this competition , Facebook is still proceding with similar technology , as the Telegraph article states that " Facebook said that despite the end of its project to develop its own drones , it will instead continue partnerships with companies like Airbus in order to work with them on wireless connectivity " .
mrnumpty
26/6/2018
21:10
But more positive today!
harleymaxwell
25/6/2018
20:16
Seeing lots of 'positive' news on this stock but no positive stock movements in weeks. In fact... No significant movement at all.Guess patience is a virtue.....
james1b14
25/6/2018
06:55
Broadly positive article on BigBlu in The Weekend FT column headed Small Cap Focus. Noting the growing interest in the satellite sector with the recent offer for Inmarasat by EchoStar which "has sharpened the focus on the sector" and ending on the bullish words: "Christopher Mills, the activist investor behind Harwood Capital Management was appointed to the board in May after building a stake, and is seen to be expecting big things from Bigblu". Prescient sound bite - "expecting big things from Bigblu" . Me too. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/6/2018
18:47
I should clarify that I always use manual stops - I never argue with price and focus on capital preservation so I share sells off below key levels without questioning it
davr0s
20/6/2018
14:09
Your postings in multiple BBs for different cos say much the same thing! Think I'd rather pay more attention to: 06 June 2018 Christopher Mills has acquired 258,334 shares in the Company at 117.95p,
cottoner
20/6/2018
11:13
Disappointing that since consolidation we have effectively lost 20% of share price Hope the Aussie money is put to good use soon!!!
oohrogerpalmer
16/6/2018
10:20
Thanks QP - good to know I'm not alone with this irritant. Sent a second nudge earlier this week but met with a deafening silence.
ptgint
15/6/2018
15:22
Yes. same issue. I suspect for everyone. ADVFN are normally good but sometimes need a second nudge. QP
quepassa
15/6/2018
14:49
Does anyone have a problem on their ADVFN monitor with the LSE symbol BBB showing the name Berkeley Berry Birch instead of Bigblu Broadband ? The symbol BBB was originally issued to Berkeley Berry Birch but they went into administration and it has now been re-issued to Bigblu. I've complained to ADVFN Support who said they would get their IT dept to investigate but nothing has happened.
ptgint
14/6/2018
21:28
Would agree and stops on small/micro caps need to be wide. 25% or so. I also expect this to prove a decent investment.
p1nkfish
13/6/2018
08:33
Stopped out this morning - all this name change and increased liquidity seems to have done is increase the number of sellers - price never lies
davr0s
11/6/2018
21:23
Large delayed buys after close look promising, the mm's love shaking BBB ;)
dan1nat1
11/6/2018
07:28
Good bit of housekeeping and avoids management distraction of peripheral businesses, allowing them to focus 100% on core activities. Nothing like doing a deal for hard cash. The consideration of aus$1.5million means another £850,000 sterling in the bank for BigBlu. Great. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
11/6/2018
07:18
Selling off Australian fibre will help margins, free up some cash and sets the scene for a purely wireless future. BBB direction is quite clear as are the customer target numbers by 2020 that I think they will surpass.
p1nkfish
08/6/2018
16:22
Mills is not known for overpaying so his recent purchase price (117p) is telling us something as is his influence over 23%+ of the issued share capital.
p1nkfish
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