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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Talktalk LSE:TALK London Ordinary Share GB00B4YCDF59 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.90p +1.78% 108.80p 109.00p 109.30p 109.20p 105.90p 108.00p 1,441,253 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 1,708.0 -73.0 -8.1 - 1,247.14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/3/2019
20:02
TalkTalk mentioned on Alphaville in their fantasy M&A write up today. Anyone got access to the article?
argylerich
17/3/2019
15:48
What an irritating chat. Have been with Talk since they took over Tiscali. Yesterday I noticed they took £33 instead of usual £30. I chatted online they said my contract had come to an end so they increased it. I checked their site and they advertised £25 for the same deal as previous so I made a new contract and got confirmation to say it was £25 for 72mb. Job done. Today I noticed my contract was not due to end until 4 April so I chatted online with them , found out I was going to be charged £30 instead of £25 and after 1.5hrs of chatting with India with 4 transfers I got abruptly cut of. So I phoned and after 1hr and two transfers finally spoke to a manager who said they would give me an extra £2.50 discount. This regardless of the fact they emailed confirmation at £25 and advertising on their site at £25. They said they charge £5 extra for a boost and I could close the account and renew blah blah TALK , why can’t you be straight with your customers who are loyal to you. I also later noticed NEW customers can get the same deal even cheaper. All this for £2.50p , They must rely on people like me been too lazy to switch.
whatsup32
15/3/2019
11:09
An important recent piece of information about Daisy Group;- 1. Thursday 26th February - Ares Management Ares release an announcement that they have committed over £1 billion to Daisy Group on a Sole Lender basis to assist Daisy Group, inter alia, in a)buying out one of Daisy's minority shareholders, b) "to simplify the company's capital structure" and c) to assist Daisy's future growth plans:- hXXp://www.aresmgmt.com/about-ares/news/ares-management-direct-lending-funds-commit-over-%C2%A31-billion-to-uk-based-daisy-group-on-one-of-europe%E2%80%99s-largest-private-credit-financing-transactions-to-date 2. The FT dated 26th. February 2019 carries an important article by FT correspondents Javier Espinozo and Nic Fildes headed " Daisy Group prepares for acquisitions after £1bn refinancing". The same article also writes that "Daisy Group is set to go on a buying spree" and that Daisy "will also buy out minority shareholder Toscafund" See FT for full article and full context. 3. In summary (if my understanding is correct):- Daisy Group have just lined up £1billion of new financing/refinancing Daisy are reported to want to buy out minority shareholder ToscaFund Daisy are reported in the FT to be set to go on a buying spree. 4. Today Tosca release an RNS that they have upped their stake in TalkTalk to a massive 18.7% A lot of interesting movements in this sector and it looks like Daisy are on the hunt for acquisitions. It would seem from today's RNS that Tosca believe with conviction in the prospects for TalkTalk to have increased their TalkTalk stake yet again. Interesting times in the sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/3/2019
08:27
a bit oblique but may be relevant: hTTps://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/03/14/sky-courts-openreach-rivals-ultrafast-broadband-race-accelerates/? Sky courts Openreach rivals as ultrafast broadband race accelerates ....snip Sky’s move, which also includes approaches to FibreNation, an infrastructure venture by TalkTalk, and Hyperoptic, a Soros-backed broadband company that does not currently allow other retailers to use its network, comes as new BT chief executive Philip Jansen negotiates with Ofcom the regulations under which Openreach will invest in more full fibre.
septimus quaid
15/3/2019
08:12
Tosca have again significantly upped their holding in TalkTalk by 10% from 17.1% to an astonishing 18.7%. Today's RNS refers. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
14/3/2019
08:12
1. Heavily featured in March Best Deals for Broadband on uSwitch. Should help drive new customers:- hXXps://www.uswitch.com/broadband/ 2. TalkTalk Voted Most Popular Broadband Provider in the 2019 uSwitch Broadband Awards hXXps://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/broadband-and-mobile-awards/
quepassa
07/3/2019
10:15
Deutsche Bank yesterday 6th March issued broker note with REITERATE BUY recommendation and unchanged Target Price of 173p. DB see UPSIDE of more than 70% to today's price
quepassa
07/3/2019
08:13
So it looks like the capital markets day went down like a damp squib, clearly analysts failed to see the light at the end of the tunnel, share price now back under a quid!
bookbroker
05/3/2019
08:48
Let’s see if the capital markets day will lift the share price, after all the whole point is to enthuse city analysts and scribes, it will be a pointless effort and a thumbs down to their strategy if the event fails to re-vitalise investor interest! We can but hope!
bookbroker
05/3/2019
06:48
Norland1, I disputed the £4 charge as well and had it taken off as I never use netflix or similar TV add-ons. I have taken a bolt-on to watch golf in the past but their charge for that has gone up a lot recently so may reconsider for the next event.
micos
04/3/2019
23:30
I have a two year fixed contract. Cost about £33 p m and includes any time landline calls plus free landline to mobile calls. What has annoyed me is that from This month they are charging an extra £4 pm for the TV package. When I approached them about this they state that this service was free previously. I thought that my contract was fixed but apparently did not include the T V package. I have opted out despite a hard sell attempt. This sort of practice will pi.. off a lot of their customers and I will also be looking at other deals when the time comes. Talktalk you are not helping your cause by introducing stealth charges. Rant over
norland1
04/3/2019
23:15
Has anybody got broadband services with talk talk?...are they any good with price and service?...
diku
27/2/2019
13:43
Stone the crows, this might even end up blue on the day!
bookbroker
25/2/2019
12:19
I know he is a good guy, and he will be at a loss over the progress in terms of valuation, but that just reflects the climate, hence Tosca and himself need to formulate a strategy to raise the price, already had one dilution last year, shareholders do not need another, need to be talking about a sale to one of the other providers, it will not result in a material premium to now, but I just do not see how they will cut the mustard in the long run against more powerful operators!
bookbroker
25/2/2019
12:14
He can afford to be flamboyant, held in regard with a CVO to go with his gong in front, he has achieved a lot creating a company from zero, but that is being eroded. He’ll never be short of bob, when CPW floated at whatever price it was valued then at around £2bln, and the boys pocketed a few hundred million between themselves, probably spent a few quid buying choice assets in the process. But that was then, this now, and it is looking pretty murky out there!
bookbroker
25/2/2019
12:06
fair comments bookbroker, as a long term holder this is looking pretty sh1t. I thought we'ed turned the corner with the departure of Baroness Clueless of Winscombe. Having been to the last couple of AGMs, I've been quietly impressed with Tristia Harrison though. A good complement to Dunstone's brusk flamboyancy. Hmmm, not that I've seen that reflected in the share price.
septimus quaid
25/2/2019
10:03
It’s called raping a company of its assets, and then trying to figure out what to do next to squeeze a few more drops of reserves out of it. Dunstone may say that he has seen the best part of a billion in value lost, but took about £150mln in dividends in the process, and in the process screwed the company to pay for his other interests. Left TALK with a large debt instead of paying it down and re-investing, here we are, no good him talking the company’s share price is doing that for him!
bookbroker
25/2/2019
08:53
Is this what they call investing?...400p to 96p...it is a circus and a casino put together...
diku
25/2/2019
07:42
What are you on about?
bookbroker
25/2/2019
07:28
Down the plughole it goes
sefton1
13/2/2019
15:27
Tosca have now increased their holding in TalkTalk to a massive 17.1% (from 16.2%). Clearly Tosca still have a great deal of interest and faith in TalkTalk to have yet again further built their stake. Things very quiet from Daisy Group these days. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
12/2/2019
09:29
Short positions have recently tailed off markedly in TalkTalk. Whilst the telecoms sector is somewhat out of favour with the market and investors, the actual and fundamental demand for the underlying product of ever faster broadband remains stronger than ever and on a stratospheric growth path. Competition, regulation and price margins make for a tough market but strong underlying demand continues. TalkTalk's major investment in Full-Fibre To The Premises (FFTTP) and other broadband initiatives will increasingly add to TalkTalk's rehabilitation and profitability as a key player in the UK broadband market. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
11/2/2019
22:07
HSBC, downgrade. No worries share price went up. People in the know, just invite one of their sales people. Their fibre order book is top heavy with average B2B rentals north of £250 monthly with good margin. CD is a smart player been around since the 80's No worries
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