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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Smart Metering Systems Plc LSE:SMS London Ordinary Share GB00B4X1RC86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00 -1.81% 815.00 814.00 819.00 837.00 814.00 837.00 49,180 15:14:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 103.0 195.0 171.7 4.7 17,381

Smart Metering Systems Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/8/2009
08:07
Dusseldorf, Thank you for your feedback, I will make sure it is passed on. The BBs function on the mobile site is not as fully featured as that on the main site at the moment, I would recommend using the link below for the time being to get directly to the main site version. Save this as a favourite/bookmark on your iPhone and you should be able to search and post etc. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/threads.php3 5dma, The streaming function is already available on the iPhone site. Go to www.advfn.com and try either the Quote or the Monitor page for streaming prices. John
jgpgw
10/8/2009
20:52
when is the streaming version on the iphone going to be available? Thanks
5dma
10/8/2009
17:15
iphone 3G feedback on the mobile site accessed via web: - you cannot filter discussion by company and have to trawl through 1000's of threads - hopefully that has been addressed in the re-released mobile site.. - ability to post messages should be added. Bit frustrating that the iphone is capable of allowing advanced features of the site, but you hide them on mobile and force us to use a locked down 'lite' version. How about 'opt out' cookie set of mobile site instead of using browser detect
dusseldorf
31/7/2009
13:56
Any chance that you can have a look a teh streaming that USED to be available on a users monitor?
earl strickland
31/7/2009
13:54
Due to advances in mobile technology, ADVFN will be discontinuing their SMS services from 5 August. Alerts will still be available on-screen and via email, you will not need to de-register your mobile number. The mobile version of the website is currently being re-designed and will be incorporating streaming prices for the first time. This will be available via www.advfn.com on most modern phones. We recommend saving this address as a favourite on your mobile or as a button on your home screen if you have an iPhone. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
jgpgw
07/12/2007
07:38
For a long time, and until very recently ADVFN were offering a stock quote service via SMS. The text number was 60030, but hasn't been working for about 2 weeks. Has the number changed, or is the service discontinued ? If so, can anybody recommend a similar service ? Thanks.
profitaker
21/6/2004
09:54
Does anyone know the number, and the text you need to send to get a price quote by SMS? The advert seems to have disappeared recently. I'm away for a week and really need to keep a close eye on one of my stocks. Thanks in advance.
andyh78
23/11/2003
14:36
H. It's still significantly cheaper 1. Local (within the same circle) -- INR 1.00 (US$0.03) 2. National (throughout india) ... -- INR 2.00 (US$0.06) 3. International (across the globe) -- INR 5.00 (US$0.10)
energyi
23/11/2003
14:32
I was using http://www.smscountry.com/ which was free until a few weeks ago
hooya
23/11/2003
12:21
http://www.o2.co.uk
toogood
23/11/2003
12:19
I dont mind paying something. The standard amount seems to be 8-10P. I want to integrate this into my online trading platform, and may even send messages to Canada with it. I would probably use 2sms- I know the people that run it, but I dont want to buy 800 messages at $80. I also dont like the fact that it will show their return phone number, not mine
energyi
23/11/2003
11:40
Why not use a GPRS phone to access a standard POP3 email account?
optimist
23/11/2003
11:22
hi energyi .....i downloaded text magic, spent ages putting all my numbers in, only to find i had to pay for it! It dosen't cost much, but being as i'm tight-fisted decided against it. I did find one a few years ago that sends them for free, but over time and computer probs have lost it. I dare say the cheapest way is to use the facility offered on-line by your phone provider.
dhedra
23/11/2003
00:46
Tiscali Free SMS - Get free SMS, free email, free webspace (and more!) when you let Tiscali provide you with Internet Access. (Tiscali is one of Europe's leading ISPs and offers fast & reliable Internet access with NO monthly fee! Tiscali's Pay As You Go Option is probably the best way to get free sms.) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/products/land/payg/index.html?code=ZZ-NL-11EU
energyi
23/11/2003
00:25
Email to SMS service With MagicMessage you can send and receive text messages from your email account to mobile phones, without needing to install software. Keep in touch with home. While you are abroad you can chat with someone on their mobile, using Hotmail or any email account. Don't have a mobile phone? Use your email account to message people direct to their mobile phones. Developers: Add SMS sending to your applications that already have an email interface. ...MORE: http://www.textmagic.co.uk/magicmessage/email_to_sms.html CASE Studies: http://www.clickatell.com/brochure/case_studies/case_studies.php
energyi
23/11/2003
00:18
that is not my intention
energyi
23/11/2003
00:03
energi, will they let you send spam text onto a mobile phone?
wally123
22/11/2003
23:49
More? Here's another csoft: https://www.csoft.co.uk/cgi-bin/logon_go_app.pl Magic Message: http://www.textmagic.co.uk/magicmessage/uk_sms_text_message_from_pc.html
energyi
22/11/2003
23:47
I'm having a look at services which allow Text SMS messages to be sent from ordinary PC's. Anyone doing that? I have found a few services like that, and I am wondering about cost & flexibility Google Search: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=sms+text+PC+uk&btnG=Google+Search Service---- Cost/Msg Min.# Prepay : Comment o2........ : .. 5.0P .. 30 . Yes. : Best deal? First 30 free Csoft..... : .. 8.5P . 100 . Yes. : TextMagic. : .. 9.3P . 150 . Yes. : 2SMS...... : . 10.0P . 900 . Yes. : Business, multiples, add-ons FastSMS... : . 15.0P . 100 . Yes. : Gets cheaper: 1000 for £100 Like2Stay. : .. Free . N/A . N/a. : Carries advertising message (note: e... : ....mo) = = = = = LINKS: o2....... : http://sendtxt.o2.co.uk/webOriginate/action/viewHomePage Csoft.... : http://www.csoft.co.uk/prices TextMagic : http://www.textmagic.co.uk/magicmessage/order.html 2sms..... : http://www.3sms.com FastSMS.. : http://www.fastsms.co.uk/prices.html More FREE): http://www.textmefree.com/UK_Only/
energyi
30/7/2003
13:47
Thanks, i'll take a look.
opthalmist
29/7/2003
13:42
You can trade via wap on your phone with TD Waterhouse
csnow
29/7/2003
13:35
Does anyone know of a UK broker that offers this service?
opthalmist
18/12/2002
21:29
Tony, http://www.talk21.com/ has this facility with the following caveat... each alert is chargeable. The talk21 set up page describe charging as... " In order to maintain and improve the service, there is a charge of 10p for each SMS Alert you receive. This will be billed to you by your mobile phone service provider as each provider supports this. There is no set up fee or subscription for this service from talk21. Please note: Mobile phone service provider's actual charges have increased. This means that from 15th July 2002 if you are a Vodafone or O2 user, you will be charged 15p (plus VAT) for each Alert delivered. We will confirm the charges from the other operators when we know them. " I think this is a bit confusing as I read this as 10p (to talk21) plus 15 + vat to operator. Not cheap but it depends how often its triggered I suppose. My worry would be reliability. I used to use the Cellnet share price SMS service and the number of times the SMS was delayed (reply not received in 30 seconds) or misleading (price feed stopped) were worryingly frequent. AFAIK SMS is not a guaranteed delivery. If the operators SMS Message Centre goes into overload (quite possible with the advent of TV voting etc), messages will start to be queued and when the queue is full new messages are just discarded. Mark
sparkie
18/12/2002
18:01
Tony, if you've got an always-on connection that checks your email this should be fairly easy to achieve using an email client such as Outlook which can run a chosen application when a message meeting your criteria arrives. The application to run would be either something like the Nokia data suite if you have a mobile phone connected to the PC, or a browser invoking a URL to send an SMS from an external provider (http://www.kannel.org/ etc).
thetroll
18/12/2002
17:46
Locust looks interesting, but doesn't obviously seem to do what I'm looking for. Have also finally had response from O2 saying they have no alternative since withdrawing Genie. If anyone else has any solutions I'd be most grateful. Tony
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