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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Toople Plc LSE:TOOP London Ordinary Share GB00BZ8TP087 ORD 0.0667P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0025 -2.94% 0.0825 77,533,233 15:12:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.08 0.085 0.085 0.0825 0.085
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 3.44 -2.47 -0.09 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:09:20 O 10,000,000 0.0816 GBX

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16/4/2021
09:20
Toople Daily Update: Toople Plc is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TOOP. The last closing price for Toople was 0.09p.
Toople Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.06p and a 12 week average price of 0.06p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.05p.
There are currently 4,231,561,361 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 129,795,453 shares. The market capitalisation of Toople Plc is £3,491,038.12.
11/4/2021
09:22
tewkesbury: 80% of DMSL's new revenue generating units are higher margin, via direct to consumer channels, so DMSL' own the contracts and enterprise value. Toop are also transitioning away from wholesale to higher margin direct clients. Toople group now have their own broadbandandphones and checkthatcompany websites to pull in additional business, in addition to the Toople and DMSL' websites. Toople will be growing fast this year and next year. Buy Toople shares for big gains.
11/4/2021
08:39
tell sid: Investrip you plonker staying up late to post your nonsense. JC needed to raise money for his separate high court case unrelated to Toop. Thus his wife was allowed to sell shares early on condition he also repaid his £462k loan owing to Toop. Hence Toop now have a very useful extra £462k to play with, which is a big positive. JC still also has share options in Toop that do not vest until 2023, so still has skin in the game and a vested interest in helping to make the company grow. Existing and new Oberon clients bought JC's shares but did not sell for a quick profit. Instead they have been accumulating for further gains. If shares are issued in the coming months it will probably be as part of an acquisition payment to the owners of an acquired company, with a 12+ month lock in clause on shares, and 3 year lock in on any share options, rather than a placing just to raise cash. Lock in clauses support the price, and by the time a lock in period ends, significant value will have been added anyway, justifying a higher price. Then at some point, Toop will let themselves be taken over for £500m.
21/3/2021
13:07
city chappy: Although it has benefitted Toople by putting a very useful £462,000 onto their balance sheet without dilution, removed a sizeable outstanding debtor from the accounts, and given JC (who only came to Toople via the DMSL acquisition last year) the funds he needs for his separate unconnected private legal action. It also effectively cancels out the total £460,000 cash component Toople paid JC to acquire DMSL (the rest was in shares and options) by returning that money to Toople, plus another £2000. Very nice! JC still has share options in Toople that don't vest until 2023, so is incentivized to meet targets, perhaps even more so now without his wife's shares. In addition, putting that undilutive cash onto Tooples balance sheet, will help to preserve the value of his share options. With higher margins, reduced costs, recently winning a stream of quality clients which looks set to continue and cash on the balance sheet, Toople are at the turning point. Multi-bagger potential. N.B. Toople 9/7/2020 Andy Hollingworth (CEO) purchased 10,593,220 shares at 0.0944p. So the CEO has been buying the dip.
17/3/2021
17:12
jungmana: Toople PLC - Letchworth Garden City, England-based telecom services for small and medium enterprises - Monthly cash burn reduced by 60% in recent months compared to 2020 rate, Toople says, as orders continue to grow, with gross margins "materially higher" than before the pandemic. Expects positive trend to continue, enabling the company to move toward positive cash flow.Additionally, Toople says Juli Carter, wife of John Carter, who is managing director of trading subsidiary Direct Market Services Ltd, has sold 1.05 billion shares at 0.06 pence, worth GBP630,000. The shares were placed with existing and new shareholders by Novum Securities Ltd. The majority of the funds will be used by Carter to repay a GBP462,000 loan from DMSL that was owed at the time that Toople acquired DMSL in February of last year. The balance will be used by Carter to fund a High Court action against a third party that doesn't involve Toople, it says.Current stock price: 0.076p, up 5.4% on Wednesda
17/3/2021
17:11
jungmana: Toople PLC - Letchworth Garden City, England-based telecom services for small and medium enterprises - Monthly cash burn reduced by 60% in recent months compared to 2020 rate, Toople says, as orders continue to grow, with gross margins "materially higher" than before the pandemic. Expects positive trend to continue, enabling the company to move toward positive cash flow.Additionally, Toople says Juli Carter, wife of John Carter, who is managing director of trading subsidiary Direct Market Services Ltd, has sold 1.05 billion shares at 0.06 pence, worth GBP630,000. The shares were placed with existing and new shareholders by Novum Securities Ltd. The majority of the funds will be used by Carter to repay a GBP462,000 loan from DMSL that was owed at the time that Toople acquired DMSL in February of last year. The balance will be used by Carter to fund a High Court action against a third party that doesn't involve Toople, it says.Current stock price: 0.076p, up 5.4% on Wednesday
17/3/2021
12:48
verulamium: Director come up with an excuse to dump shares before lock-in finishes, now has no shares left, will be distracted by High Court action "unrelated" to Toople (though presumably in some way related to his business activities, most of us don't go to the High Court about a packet of broken biscuits from Tesco), incorrect RNS issued and replacement out a couple of hours later and the share price RISES? Only on AIM. Oh hang on, this is main market. Meanwhile, numbers around £460k seem to crop up everywhere. Remember David Breith being willing to accept £150k in return for writing off his loan to Toople of £601 - so a shortfall of £451k. Then there was the written off loan in the DMSL accounts for around the same number. Any connection between David Breith and the Carters?
15/2/2021
08:36
tell sid: Fantastic news today of more contract wins for Toople, which can only gather momentum as businesses prepare to move out of lockdown. Real near-term 10x bagger opportunity.Toople PLC15 February 2021New contract wins with leading UK business brandsToople PLC (LSE: TOOP), a provider of bespoke telecom services to UK SMEs, is pleased to announce five new contract wins with leading UK businesses across a variety of sectors.The most substantial of the five is a new contract win for Toople to provide a range of services to a large building merchant with locations across England. The merchant is a well-established family run business with an illustrious history, and their locations include showrooms, trade outlets, tool hire and a large array of specialist building materials in various divisions including roofing, electrical, plumbing and heating.The merchant approached Toople's DMSL brand to replace its outdated telephone system. DMSL's specialist team worked alongside the merchant, in order to understand their business and to deliver the best and most appropriate communications solution. DMSL has delivered a comprehensive communications design which offers flexibility and scalability for the merchant.DMSL has ensured that each of the merchant's sites is now connected to cloud based infrastructure, with multiple telephony in every site and high speed, high bandwidth data connectivity that allows the merchant to service their customers in a much more efficient and customer friendly way.Disaster recovery infrastructure has also been rolled out, which is a critical ingredient of the merchant's new comprehensive telecoms plan. With 75% of their business originating from telephone and online orders, the merchant could not afford the risk of continuing to rely on their existing unreliable and outdated technology.The new cloud based telephony system covers the merchant's entire estate and the 4G backup solution extends to each of its internet connections. The merchant's business critical services are now always available to their customers. The merchant continues to grow and build its business, including its delivery operation, and in tandem with that growth DMSL is expanding the merchant's communications network.Additionally, Toople is delighted to announce that it has won a five year contract to deliver services to a business dealing in specialist and sports motor cars. This trusted and well-known business boasts a nearly 100 year history and provides a range of services to car enthusiasts around the UK. Toople has replaced their old system with a digital Voice over Internet Protocol ("VoIP") system, with superfast cloud based internet connections, allowing them to be in seamless contact with their strong and loyal customer base.Alongside these wins, Toople has been selected to provide cloud based VoIP services to a Yorkshire based specialist publisher of quality books chronicling Britain's industrial heritage; a leading provider of hair and beauty treatments in the South of England; and a business providing premium computer services to the local community, businesses and industry in North Yorkshire for three decades.Commenting on the contract wins, Andy Hollingworth, CEO at Toople, said:"We are seeing a pattern develop where well-established and well-known UK based brands and businesses, who are also market leaders and/or specialists in their own sectors, are turning their backs on their old communications providers, and looking to partner with Toople. These new contracts are further evidence of the momentum we are generating. The Toople brand is clearly strengthening among blue chip organisations with strong credit profiles as they recognise the strength of our service offering, good name and reputation and appreciate our ability to produce robust and competitively priced solutions."
15/2/2021
07:58
queenwood: More contract wins wowNew contract wins with leading UK business brands Toople PLC (LSE: TOOP), a provider of bespoke telecom services to UK SMEs, is pleased to announce five new contract wins with leading UK businesses across a variety of sectors. The most substantial of the five is a new contract win for Toople to provide a range of services to a large building merchant with locations across England. The merchant is a well-established family run business with an illustrious history, and their locations include showrooms, trade outlets, tool hire and a large array of specialist building materials in various divisions including roofing, electrical, plumbing and heating. The merchant approached Toople's DMSL brand to replace its outdated telephone system. DMSL's specialist team worked alongside the merchant, in order to understand their business and to deliver the best and most appropriate communications solution. DMSL has delivered a comprehensive communications design which offers flexibility and scalability for the merchant. DMSL We are seeing a pattern develop where well-established and well-known UK based brands and businesses, who are also market leaders and/or specialists in their own sectors, are turning their backs on their old communications providers, and looking to partner with Toople. These new contracts are further evidence of the momentum we are generating. The Toople brand is clearly strengthening among blue chip organisations with strong credit profiles as they recognise the strength of our service offering, good name and reputation and appreciate our ability to produce robust and competitively priced solutions."
10/2/2021
07:07
queenwood: Another winTIDMTOOP RNS Number : 5466O Toople PLC 10 February 2021 For release: 07.00, 10(th) February 2021 Toople PLC ("Toople" or the "Company") New Five Year Contract win with specialist engineering firm Toople PLC (LSE: TOOP), a provider of bespoke telecom services to UK SMEs, is delighted to announce that it has won a new five year contract to provide a unified telecoms solution to a specialist engineering firm that designs and manufactures mercury and LED UV curing systems for the printing, coating and converting industries. Toople will provide secure high speed/bandwidth and dedicated data connectivity supporting the firm's purpose-built premises to deliver a unified telecoms solution, which includes multiple mobile connections and additional sites. The firm is based in the UK, but has global reach, with subsidiaries in Europe and North America. Toople will provide critical high speed secure data connectivity as the firm continues to supply equipment for use on many of the world's most advanced printing machines. The firm has modern office locations, customers around the world and is supported by a global network of agents and distributors - all of whom will benefit from enhanced technology delivered by Toople. As well as producing precision equipment, the firm also provides customer service and support, which will also be facilitated by Toople's infrastructure. To
10/1/2021
19:13
jambam: we are all on the same page. I know there are some very fed up LTH's here and I get it. But Toople is now a very strong recovery stock. I really can't see any headwind to stop us heading towards 1p this year, perhaps sooner. Apart from of course trolls who hate it when a share does well. Everything is now aligned at the macro and company level to deliver substantial growth. I believe in the board to deliver and expect more M&A news in 2021. Some will always slate Toople's product but they are in the right space at the right time. The DMSL acquisition was extremely shrewd and because of lockdown happening so soon afterwards has not been factored into the share price. Share price 12 months ago was 0.19 I will argue that we should be double that right now and certainly over 0.50 once we get results. I doubt I will buy anymore unless the price dips again on opening but for all of us with probably large holdings, we should all do very well in 2021 and beyond.
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