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FNX Fonix Mobile Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fonix Mobile Plc LSE:FNX London Ordinary Share GB00BN789668 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 195.50 19 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
191.00 200.00 195.50 195.50 195.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Communications Services, Nec 64.92M 8.8M 0.0874 22.37 196.71M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:26:12 O 6 200.00 GBX

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Fonix Mobile Daily Update
Fonix Mobile Plc is listed in the Communications Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FNX. The last closing price for Fonix Mobile was 195.50p.
Fonix Mobile currently has 100,619,959 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Fonix Mobile is £196,712,020.
Fonix Mobile has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 22.37.
This morning FNX shares opened at 195.50p
Posted at 14/11/2023 12:17 by rivaldo
Cavendish (Finncap) have today reiterated their forecasts and 270p target price.


"A robust investment case – Fonix is focused upon leveraging its highly scalable, cloud-based platform to expand with existing clients and win new clients as mobile payments continue to scale. The structural strength of the platform is demonstrated by no churn from major customers in seven years, and it is diligently expanding its market-leading technology outside of the UK when led by existing clients. The successful execution of the strategy has driven Total Payment Value (TPV) to £268m in FY23 from £125m in FY18, adjusted EBITDA to £11.6m in FY23 from £3.3m in FY18, and underlying EFCF to £9.0m in FY23. We conservatively forecast adjusted EBITDA growth of +9% in FY24 and +10% in FY25, and expect that any upside to our forecasts would benefit from strong operational gearing through to EFCF, which would be returned to
shareholders through the progressive dividend policy".
Posted at 14/11/2023 07:13 by rivaldo
FNX today report they've "had a positive start to the financial year, comfortably in line with expectations".

Which implies a potential beating of expectations later in the year.

So a "Positive start to new financial year with strong growth in both the UK and Ireland" and "strong income growth from new and existing media clients in both the UK and Ireland".


"With high levels of repeating revenue and a strong, expanding run-rate from key clients, the Board continues to be confident in the growth potential for Fonix for the rest of the financial year and beyond"
Posted at 02/11/2023 09:57 by rivaldo
Cheers Doctor888. Anacom are:

"Portugal's national regulatory authority for the communications sector, for the purposes of relevant Community and national legislation, including electronic communications and postal services."

Good to see FNX taking steps into the Portugese market:

Also, FNX were rated a Buy in the IC's recent survey of the top 100 AIM companies:

"Fonix Mobile

Retailers’ desire to reduce the number of online transactions that are abandoned at 'checkout' lies behind the impressive results that have driven the share price performance at Fonix Mobile(FNX). The company’s technology allows merchants to charge customers’ mobile phone bills, turning the device itself into a payment enabler. The tech is used by most as an extra payment channel that complements existing services such as Google, or Apple Pay. When it adds customers, they tend to stay signed up and Fonix has experienced very little in the way of churn.The company has around 145 active customers,including large enterprises such as ITV (ITV) and Channel 4, and there is an international push in progress with Fonix adding customers in Ireland such as state broadcaster RTÉ. Media companies represent roughly 75 per cent of gross profits, with more opportunities available as broadcasters develop their online service offering. Buy."
Posted at 12/10/2023 13:59 by igoe104
Nice partnership in Ireland with RTE..

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve partnered with RTÉ, Ireland’s public service broadcaster, headquartered in Dublin to power all its mobile and telephony interactivity across their various broadcast channels.

The partnership will see us support mobile interactivity and competitions across the RTÉ portfolio, including high-profile shows such as Dancing with the Stars and The Late Late Show.

We’re thrilled to be working with RTÉ and to showcase the exciting work we’ve been doing behind the scenes to drive this partnership forward. Providing a great experience for consumers while also ensuring first-class, revenue-generating mobile payment technology is core to Fonix and our success.

Fonix’s proven track record in dominating the UK television market has been key to securing this great milestone deal, enabling our continued growth in Ireland and supporting key brands in this exciting
Posted at 22/9/2023 09:13 by red ninja
"Results for year ending 30 June 2023 (21/09/23)
Revenue in the year to 30 June 2023 rose 21% to £64.9m, driven by strong growth in the mobile payments and messaging service lines. Revenues recognised for mobile payments relate to the total commission charged to customers, including the mobile network operator (MNO) share of a transaction, with the MNO commission also recognised within cost of sales.

There has been notable growth in international markets, which has seen the launch of new services with Bauer Ireland, RTÉ (Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster) and Wireless Radio Ireland, along with several smaller new clients in the Republic of Ireland. All have been delivered with minimal customisation of the existing cloud platform, which was connected to five new international mobile network operators and transacted with 16% of the adult population in Ireland during the year.

The success in Ireland has demonstrated the business's ability to scale internationally, with minimal incremental cost and they have already started to build relationships in other international markets with similar characteristics.

The year also brought notable new contracts in the UK to run interactive services for broadcasters ITV and Channel 4. Both accounts represent significant growth opportunities in FY24 and beyond.

Total payment volume, representing the cash payments processed by Fonix on behalf of customers, grew 3.5% to £268m, with particularly strong growth in the value of SMS billing transactions, offset by a 30% decline in charity related TPV.

Gross profit, which the board considers to be the business' most important financial metric, increased 13.9% to £15.1m . As was the case in the previous financial year, due to the seasonal nature of certain media clients, gross profit in the first half of the year was higher than the second. UK gross profit growth of +2% was impacted by some customers suspending campaigns following the death of HM The Queen in the first half.

Profit before tax rose 13% to £10.85m with earnings per share up 10% to 8.8p.

The operating cash inflow was stated as £11.8m with the free cash inflow £11m.

As well as onboarding and integrating services for several large new customers, the business continued to invest in new product innovations, including developing a new subscription engine for charity clients to be launched this autumn and intelligent dynamic filtering for users of their Campaign Manager product. The in-house development team has also continued to ensure platform resilience, scalability and cyber security remain fundamental to everything they do. Looking ahead, Fonix is in the early stages of broadening the suite of payment options integrated with its Campaign Manager and Checkout products, creating even greater growth opportunities with its key clients and new prospective customers.

Underlying cash far better represents the free cash flow available to the business. Underlying cash increased to £9.4m (2022: £7.8m) due to additional retained earnings less £495k cash used in share buy-backs.

Statutory cash shown on the balance sheet at the financial year end, which includes cash held on behalf of customers, can vary substantially from period to period and is particularly sensitive to the timing of passthrough outpayments for customer charity campaigns. Actual cash held increased to £20.6m (2022: £17.0m) in the year. The increase beyond the increase in underlying cash is purely timing related and attributable to a mobile network operator settling a trade receivable invoice a few days earlier than the previous year.

The final dividend was lifted 8.7% to 4.89 pence with the full year dividend payout £7.24m (FY22: £6.50m).


New client wins from ITV, RTÉ, Channel 4 and Wireless Radio Ireland significantly underpin growth expectations in the year ahead whilst at the same time creating high barriers to entry to prospective competitors.

The Group’s serviceable market has expanded significantly in the last 12 months through direct network connectivity in Ireland, and they will continue to consider establishing further direct connectivity in other territories in future years.

The first few months of the new financial year have started strongly, with a robust run-rate of consumer activity with key customers.

Fonix considers that the market for frictionless mobile payments remains significant and continues to grow year-on-year, despite the expansion in alternative payment options such as Apple Pay and Google Pay. For the majority of Fonix customers, adding carrier billing as a payment option is largely shown to reduce checkout abandonment and increase sales, rather than cannibalising existing transactions with alternative payment methods.

Forecasts and valuation
The house broker upgraded forecasts following the July 2023 trading update. House broker forecasts for the year ending June 2024 remain for adjusted pre-tax profit of £12.4m (growth 13%) and adjusted earnings per share of 9.5 pence, which assumes growth of 6.7%. The forecast dividend of 7.8p equates to a yield of 4.0% (share price 193p, market cap £193m). For June 2025, profit is forecast to rise 6.4% to £13.2m with earnings per share up 5% to 10 pence and a forecast dividend of 8.5 pence."

bit later on

Compelling growth opportunity
Unless selling shareholders are well and truly pulling the wool over our eyes, which looks increasingly unlikely following continuing positive momentium since listing in 2020, Fonix continues to look cracking value. The ‘Risks Factors’ section of the admission document doesn’t reveal any less obvious risks to us, but a slowdown in major charity events would have an impact, although charity business only generates fixed service fees as opposed to transaction based revenue. While the rating has risen since we initiated coverage, it's still rare to find a profitable and fast-growing facilitator of mobile payments to be trading at 23x forecast earnings estimates (share price 193p) and also offering a 4% dividend yield.

Unlike many other new AIM listings over recent years, Fonix hasn't put a foot wrong since its IPO in the last quarter of 2020 (share price 90 pence), paying out attractive dividends along the way.

With the market for charity donations being worth over £10bn annually in the UK alone, carrier mobile payments providing a 'near-free' commission model and with Fonix's exceptional reference clients, there is a big growth opportunity here.
Posted at 21/9/2023 10:46 by rivaldo
Cavendish also retain their 270p target price.
Posted at 10/8/2023 15:52 by vikeshm1
Was thinking might be time 2 buy at low price but stockopedia has it as potential high earnings manipulation risk. It says there are excessive accruals to assets which "may mean managers are making discretionary accounting choices to alter earnings".

i have no idea what this means or if i should be worried? It says accrual to assets index is 0.04 it should be under 0.02. Maybe some 1 could explain this and work out if it is something or nothing?
Posted at 10/8/2023 09:14 by lammylover
Just added at £1.82, they have a limited amount for sale at this price. Just the market makers spooking the market into selling a few shares at daft prices. FNX now 20% below peak price of 230p following excellent results.....crazy times we live in..
Posted at 20/7/2023 11:22 by rivaldo
Finncap have reiterated their 270p target price.

They summarise:

"Strong trading drives FY23 upgrades of +4-5%

In today’s trading update, Fonix has announced FY23 gross profit +5% ahead at £15.1m, adjusted EBITDA +4% ahead at £11.6m, and confirmed confidence in the group’s prospects for FY24 and beyond. FY23 TPV of £268.1m is +1% ahead of our previous forecast, the platform engaged with a record 19m customers in FY23, and customer retention has continued at 100%. Both the payments and messaging segments delivered over +16% yoy gross profit growth, and scaled gross profit as a % of TPV to 5.6% from 5.1% in FY22.

The FY23 launch in Ireland has demonstrated robust progress, with 16% of the Irish adult population already using Fonix’s platform for a payment transaction, and all three tier 1 media clients in Ireland now live on the platform. The success of the Irish operation provides an excellent blueprint for expansion into other international markets, as Fonix aspires to be the world’s leading provider of interactive services.

Following tier 1 client wins and expansions in the UK and Ireland, including ITV in March, the outlook confirms a strong revenue run-rate for FY24, with a growing pipeline of prospects across all sectors and markets. After today’s update drives upgrades of +4-5% for FY23 gross profit and adjusted EBITDA, we conservatively reiterate our FY24 forecasts at this point, and look forward to further detail at the FY23 results on 21 September.

As the platform scales, it is continuing to generate strong growth in underlying free cash flow, and the board intends to grow the dividend in line with the progressive dividend policy to pay out at least 75% of adjusted EPS. We reiterate
our target price of 270p based on 3% FY24E EFCF and dividend yield, and as Fonix continues to deliver upon the investment case by expanding with existing clients and winning new clients from a growing UK and international pipeline, we look forward to further updates on international launches, and new contract wins."
Posted at 20/7/2023 06:18 by igoe104
Very good update from FNX good double digit growth..
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