Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telecom Plus Plc LSE:TEP London Ordinary Share GB0008794710 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.16% 1,232.00 54,574 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,230.00 1,236.00 1,250.00 1,228.00 1,236.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 875.77 48.11 45.90 26.8 969
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:11:54 O 1,923 1,235.898 GBX

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Telecom Plus Daily Update: Telecom Plus Plc is listed in the Fixed Line Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TEP. The last closing price for Telecom Plus was 1,230p.
Telecom Plus Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,156p and a 12 week average price of 1,156p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,540p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,156p.
There are currently 78,661,099 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 73,108 shares. The market capitalisation of Telecom Plus Plc is £969,104,739.68.
napoleon 14th: A solid utility stock. I'm a happy customer. I'm also a distributor since 2017, but the amount of competition means that ten/twenty years ago was the time to get in, so I haven't really bothered much. I was living in France in those days. Also, the multi-level marketing internal hype becomes tiresome and is no match at all for the action to be found on the Rebel site. That makes better and far faster money. Instead, I bought TEP in the past, buying after their "accident" with gas prices in the '90s. The shares then 3 bagged & I sold. Can't see them doing that again...
nakedmolerat: UW is a word of mouth/direct sales approach and that's their market, I'm not knocking it by what I am going to say. However from last March that wasnt possible, no events for their distributors to attend to get interest and it will be the same for this summer I imagine too. Where as other firms rely on tv, magazine, internet and price comparison sites to gain customers.
thetrotsky: TEP have always made money when wholesale prices have risen and, with the recent cold snap, recently announced increase in the price cap, increasing partners/customers and FCA approval, I expect TEP's share price to soon start reflecting these opportunities
superadams: I don't like the way in which the price collapsed after the 1pm meeting. Was anything said I wonder ?
energeticbacker: Given the group's 10-year average dividend growth rate of 10%, Investor's Champion think Telecom Plus's 3.9% yield remains attractive for income investors. TEP remains in their Income Boosters portfolio.
adrian j boris: Calum Muirhead 09:54 Tue 17 Nov 2020 Telecom Plus profits up despite pandemic disruption The utility services group highlighted a “resilient performance” across all aspects of its business in the period, adding that a drop in customer numbers due to the UK’s lockdown in the spring has largely reversed by the end of September Telecom Plus - Telecom Plus profits up despite pandemic disruption Telecom Plus PLC (LON:TEP) shares rose on Tuesday after the utility services provider reported slightly higher profits in its half-year despite disruption from the coronavirus pandemic. In its results for the six months to September 30, the FTSE 250 group reported an adjusted pre-tax profit of £27.7mln, up slightly from the £27.5mln last year and despite a 1% fall in revenue to £349mln due to lower energy prices. The interim dividend was also maintained at 27p per share. READ: Telecom Plus hikes dividend as it posts record sales in final results Telecom Plus highlighted a “resilient performance” across all aspects of its business in the period, adding that a drop in customer numbers due to the UK’s lockdown in the spring has largely reversed, with customer numbers down just 0.3% at 650,497 by the end of the period. Total services supplied in the half-year also rose by 15,004 to 2.04mln. Looking ahead, the firm said it has seen a “strong start” to its second half, with a net increase in customer numbers of around 2,200 during October, more than offsetting the slight reduction in the first half. Telecom also said that as a result of the “more challenging macro-economic background”, it was seeing record numbers of new partners joining the business, which it said is a “good lead-indicator to future levels of customer growth once the current social distancing restrictions are lifted”. As a result, the company said it is “increasingly confident” in its previous guidance that full-=year adjusted pre-tax profits will be marginally below the record level for the previous year, however the range of outcomes remained wider than usual due to uncertainty around the scope and duration of lockdowns in the second half. Dividend guidance was also maintained at 57p per share for the full year. "We delivered a resilient performance during the first half of the financial year, successfully adapting to the challenges created by [coronavirus]. Our competitive position improved following the reduction in the energy price cap from 1 October 2020, which has contributed to a recent marked uptick in Partner activity and a return to customer growth”, chief executive Andrew Lindsay said in a statement. "Over the last seven weeks we have seen a significant increase in the number of new Partners joining the business; this is an encouraging lead-indicator for the rate of future customer growth over the coming months. We anticipate low single-digit percentage growth in customer and service numbers for the year to March, and look forward to delivering full-year adjusted profits in line with our previous guidance", he added. In a note, analysts at house broker Peel Hunt retained their ‘buy’ rating and 1,450p target price, saying the half-year results were “as expected” and the company was on track to exceed their forecasts for the full year. “We see increased optimism on potential growth given the economic environment, competitive positioning and operational gearing”, the broker said, adding that “medium-term profit opportunities” could add £30mln of profit by 2025. Shares in Telecom Plus rose 2.4% to 1,398p in mid-morning trading. The above has been published by Proactive Investors Limited
dogwalker: Thank you for asking peddlers. TEP is 'of interest' because I hold it . Otherwise I wouldn't be here. Whether it is still 'interesting' is debatable but the share price is looking good at the moment. We need someone to ramp it up a bit don't you think?
peddlers: I would expect TEP to rise as we head into December. Earnings release next Tuesday
rochdae: Estinenne, I switched from a mobile tarrif of £15 a month from TEP now paying £6 with three. Saving of £9 a month. Broadband has gone from £29 to £20. Also the quality of the broadband is far superior. I was only getting download speeds of 8 mgbs now it's 17. As for energy, unless you take all of their services the energy tariffs are quite high. Even with all 4 I'm now paying about 15% less with So energy. Perhaps you were paying a very high tariff before. Anyway, my point with tep is that they have a good business model and sales distribution etc. but they are far from being the cheapest. Whether customers can be bothered with this is another question also. I switched all my supply last year and am £1000 richer for doing so. But of course this doesn't bear on a share price prediction.. Just a comment on price competitives. I would grant that tep are great at customer service though. Mind you they lag with many companies in their tech and platforms. E.ON far superior there. Roch
rochdae: The problem with tep is that it's not that competitive with pricing. The sales model and the lure of having all accounts on a single bill is attractive. But they are expensive in comparison. So for example phone supply is up to 3x cheaper with other suppliers. Broadbank 1x cheaper and the gas and electricity is also more expensive even if you are on the best tarrifs. So churn will increase I think. Though this isn't a share price prediction ...
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