Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobilityone Limited LSE:MBO London Ordinary Share JE00B1Z48326 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 4.35% 12.00 67,500 12:02:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11.00 13.00 12.00 11.50 11.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 85.14 -0.61 -0.60 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:01:07 O 25,000 11.22 GBX

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Mobilityone Daily Update: Mobilityone Limited is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MBO. The last closing price for Mobilityone was 11.50p.
Mobilityone Limited has a 4 week average price of 11p and a 12 week average price of 4p.
The 1 year high share price is 57p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.85p.
There are currently 106,298,780 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 236,764 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobilityone Limited is £12,755,853.60.
divinausa1: strip out cash market cap just 1.45m for a company in profit with turnover of 65m something not right profits increase and turnover increases but the share price keeps going backwards.
orm5: Share price very undervalued
hirschnathan: considering we have are share price has increased 100% yoy, not too bad! Results cant be too far away
hirschnathan: The share is so illiquid that any purchase pushes the share price up, which means that no sizeable stake can be purchased by any investor.
buggy: Sorry folks , my calculation in the last posting is out. The last bit should read... {In one deal we are supplying 100,000 EDC over 7 years....that is about 15,000 per year just for that deal!!} I have corrected the original post. ...... Irrespective of this correction , this single deal is still significant when you consider that currently they are operating with just over 3,000 EDC terminals. Hence this single deal has multiplied their EDC sales channel by a factor of 5 in one year. I still firmly believe that this is one to buy and tuck away, wait when the masses realise and start flocking in. For comparative analysis take a look at MONI , compare the share price to that of MBO even though MONI does not have a fraction of the TO that MBO has...[what MONI has is some heavy weight investors ( VISA etc), but they do not have the other arms of business that MBO can boast of]. MBO has several string to its bow: 1. It provides mobile banking ( like MONI). 2. It also has a licence for international remittance service ( similar to Western Union or Moneygram) 3. It is involved with prepayed reloads, (mobile phone top-ups, etc) {compare current share price to that of E-Pay Asia which has a TO of less than half of MBO. The share price for E-Pay is about 3 times that of MBO). 4. It is invoved with mobile wallet 5. Used for ticketing on busses and trains ( bit like Oyster in London). 6. It provides transactional system and payment collection services. This company in my view has a stronger business model that MONI but then again it is not an American or European company so does not generate the same hype as MONI. DYOR. I am a strong holder of the share, so do your own investigation. It is your money... Don't take my word for it.
buggy: This share will surprise us for those that are patient. Just buy and sit tight. One thing about this company is that they do not try to sugar coat any unpalatable pill, they usually call it as it is... like the early warning about the expected downturn in their business due to economic impact .... well before other companies started admitting that there is a problem. So when they give this statement in the last results it bodes very very well for the future indeed. From the last results: Current trading and outlook As a result of the continuing global economic uncertainties and prevailing market conditions, we envisage the financial performance of the Group for the year ending 31 December 2010 to remain challenging. However, barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Group is anticipating an upturn in the 4th quarter of 2010 in the markets in which it operates in particularly in consideration of the following recent developments (details of which were announced on 10 June 2010): (i) MobilityOne Malaysia has signed an agreement with Carrefour Malaysia ( to roll out approximately 300 EDC terminals for mobile phone's prepaid airtime reloads across Carrefour Malaysia's 23 hypermarkets and 20 express stores throughout Malaysia; (ii) MobilityOne Malaysia has been awarded a contract from Telekom Malaysia Berhad ( with the value of RM22.7 million (equivalent to c. GBP4.8 million) to supply telecommunication hardware over a period of 3 years; (iii) In Cambodia, MobilityOne Malaysia has entered into agreements with 4 telecommunications companies, namely Hello Axiata Company Limited (Hello Mobile -, Latelz Co. Ltd (Smart Mobile -, Combodia Advance Communications Co. Ltd (QB Mobile - and Viettel (Cambodia) Pte Ltd (Metfone Mobile - to sell their prepaid reloads via EDC terminals and banking channels. In addition, MobilityOne Malaysia is in discussion with several banks in Cambodia to provide prepaid reloads via ATMs, Internet banking and mobile banking; and (iv) In Indonesia, MobilityOne Malaysia has entered into an agreement with PT Citra Multi Services ( to provide up to 100,000 units of EDC terminals throughout Indonesia over a period of 7 years. MobilityOne Malaysia is currently working with PT Citra Multi Services on the technical aspects of the system and is evaluating the funding options and requirements for the EDC terminals. When you consider that since they had their falling out with MR. KOISK, who they used to rent EDC terminals from, they were reduced to operating less than 3000 EDC terminals, with subsequent fall in revenue. They resolved to manufacture and market their own EDC terminal brand, (OnePay). Now fast forward to the announcements regarding the deals that they signed this year. 1. Roll out 300 EDC terminal 2. Supply Telecomm hardware ( worth £4.8 Mill over 3 years) 3. Supply 100,000 EDC Terminals ( over 7 years) 4.Prepaid reload agreements and mobile banking in Cambodia. I still wonder why this has not yet got a following... except for the fact that it is not an RNS a minute company so is under most people's radar. If we consider that the current Turn Over is achieved with about 3000 EDC terminal ... even forgetting about the mobile banking part, the deals announce is surely transformational? {in one deal we are supplying 100,000 EDC over 7 years....that is about 15,000 per year just for that deal!! As said in my previous post clearly someone has spotted this and has been quitely building a stake. There is however not many shares in free float. He/she seems to have mopped up the free shares so any small trade moves the share price now.
buggy: gogoneko, Agree that they can't issue shares for less than the norminal price. But would you take a placing for a share at 67% premium to the current market cap if you are not convinced that it is worth it? [ Hence the inference that the shares were at least worth 2.5p or the investor would have walked] Last set of results was a loss: people were epecting a continuing profit and have not factored in the impact of the global melt down... hence actual performance not matched unrealistic expectation. Profitwise: MONI is in the same line of business and a turnover of less than 10% of MBO, MONI has no expectation of profit in the next 2 years and yet commands a rating of at least 10 times that of MBO. Personally: I am not unduly fixated with the profit level in this half,( will be nice if they surprise). I am however expecting evidence that their business lines are developing accordingly,( more banks and payment channel signed up, futher expansion overseas), as well as significant contribution from their current expansion into overseas markets. I expect to see evidence of increase in their trasactional activities as the global economy recovers. I am also expecting to see the stabilisation, ( making meaningful contribution to Turn Over), of their money transfer activity, as I know that this area is lucrative. Investment window for me is about 24 months in which I hope to see a share price several multiples of the current share price. Anyway that is my expectation as these will show a business with a future even if the current market condition has impact on immediate profit expectation, long as they have enough capital, ( or access to capital), to ensure that they can remain viable and competitive until market recovers.
newswseller: And given the activity over the last couple of days I think 3.5p was a way too low estimate, Thinking more like 7p now (given the future prospects of this company) Bare in mind at its peek (2007) with 94 million shares in issue the share price was 13p and now theres only 78 million shares and the share price is 2p, this company is also a lot stronger and bigger since its 12p days as well BUT would like to hear other peoples views as well
newswseller: Anyone still around? Just used some Divi money to buy in. Did some research and with End of year results coming in at the end of the month, I'm hoping we could see a turn around in the share price, since this company should be posting a profit
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