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Toople Plc LSE:TOOP London Ordinary Share GB00BZ8TP087 ORD 0.0667P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.0575 4,000,000 08:00:29
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0.055 0.06 0.0575 0.0575 0.0575
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 3.44 -2.47 -0.09 2
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08:43:19 O 4,000,000 0.0574 GBX

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28/9/2021
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 0.06p.
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 9,320,055 shares. The market capitalisation of Toople Plc is £2,433,147.78.
13/9/2021
08:21
dodge_city: Good news but muted share price reaction. Very surprising, something is clearly holding back the share price.
13/9/2021
08:03
sharetalk: A good announcement this morning from Toople, with strong orders over the summer, "substantially ahead of previous summer trading periods":Toople PLC13 September 2021Update on Trading and Contract WinsToople PLC (LSE: TOOP), a provider of bespoke telecom services to UK SMEs, is pleased to provide the following update.Update on TradingThe Company has experienced strong order numbers from existing and new customers over the summer period. These are substantially ahead of previous summer trading periods. This has been driven by two principal factors: the staycation phenomenon, meaning that fewer customers have travelled abroad; and an increase in contact rates between the Company and existing and new customers. Contact rates and conversions have also been helped by an investment in marketing initiatives.As new working practices are normalised, employers are increasingly providing their workforce with flexible working platforms, which in many cases will result in a duplication of telecom services in various spaces. This is expected to increase demand for the Group's services. For instance, the increasing popularity of hot desk and hub environments is a positive trend, which will increase future demand of cloud based propositions which support flexible mobile working.New Contract WinsThe Company continues to grow its revenue base with a number of contract wins and contract extensions. As much of the nation returns to work this month, the Company is today delighted to announce significant recent major contracts signed with three new customers in the financial services sector, as well as the extension of its services to two existing customers.Two of the contract wins are with separate UK based credit unions. The first operates from two different sites in the UK with a cloud voice telephony contract for an initial period of 60 months. The new customer had an antiquated system in place, which was no longer fit for purpose, and Toople has provided a new system that supports fibre connectivity, and by implication flexible working patterns. Similarly, the second customer has signed an initial cloud voice telephony contract for 60 months. Toople increased the customer's number of seats as its employees returned to the office with the new solution supporting future flexible working.The third new customer is a respected firm of solicitors based in East Anglia. The cloud voice telephony contract is for a 60 month period. Toople was able to upgrade the customer's incumbent infrastructure which comprised of old analogue ISDN circuits. The new customer is now communicating via completely transformed fibre and cloud supported services in a more secure environment.Over the past three years Toople has been delivering data connectivity and cloud solutions to a large bakery brand in London. Higher demand for this brand has been driven by the pandemic and an increase in on-line deliveries and orders from stores supported by Toople's infrastructure. The bakery has pursued a rapid store expansion programme over the summer months, and Toople now has over 70 locations (store and distribution centres) linked to superfast data connectivity, 4G back up facilities, and cloud voice solutions.Similarly, Toople has also recently provided a rapid expansion of cloud voice capabilities to a national building merchant, where consumer demand has increased sharply as it encouraged staff to return to the office. It has extended its 36 month contract with Toople, which now supports over 200 cloud telephony solutions.Andy Hollingworth, CEO commented:"Summer is traditionally a quieter period, as existing and potential customers put their plans on hold until the big return to work in September. However, this summer we saw robust orders from new and existing customers, including those reported above. These sales levels are not only due to extraneous factors such as more people staying at home and changes in working environments, but it is also due to our targeted sales and marketing initiatives."We anticipate continued momentum as many in the UK return to their places of work following many months of lockdowns, shielding, isolation, and voluntary working from home arrangements, as evidenced by very recent contract wins and extensions. Hybrid working and the need to remain connected are all encouraging trends for our business."We are approaching our year end with robust order volumes and a substantially improved bad debt position following the implementation of new procedures last year. There continues to be an attractive market in consolidation opportunities within our sector. This gives us cause for continued optimism for the Group's prospects."About Toople PLCToople PLC is incorporated in the UK and listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange. The business currently trades under four main brands: toople.com ; dmsluk.co.uk ; broadbandandphones.co.uk ; checkthatcompany.co.uk .Toople.com provides bespoke telecoms services for its fast growing target market of UK SMEs with between one and 500 employees. Services offered by the Group include business broadband, fibre, EFM and Ethernet data services, business mobile phones, cloud PBX and SIP Trunking and Traditional Services (calls and lines) all of which are delivered and managed via the Group's proprietary software platform. The Group's wholly owned subsidiary DMS Holding (DMSL) provides unified communication services in the UK ranging from a single phone line to a multi-site unified comms VoIP platform, delivered via a network of telecoms and IT carriers and content providers across the UK including BT Business, BT Global Services, Gamma, EE, Vonage, TalkTalk Business and O2. DMSL acts as a BT Premier re-seller for broadband connectivity, mobile and fixed voice and cloud services and is responsible for over 250,000 BT customers and over 400,000 Revenue Generating Units.The Company also owns a telecoms price comparison website and a service offering company credit reference checking and reports. These complement the Group's IT and telecoms services.All the Group brands seek to differentiate themselves by offering IT, telecoms and broadband solutions, with robust and reliable packages, that enhance a customers' business and are based on trust and transparency, with no hidden fees within pricing policies. This provides customers with a clear understanding of cost and fixed prices for the duration of their contracts.
13/9/2021
07:19
sharetalk: A good announcement this morning from Toople, with strong orders over the summer:Toople PLC13 September 2021Update on Trading and Contract WinsToople PLC (LSE: TOOP), a provider of bespoke telecom services to UK SMEs, is pleased to provide the following update.Update on TradingThe Company has experienced strong order numbers from existing and new customers over the summer period. These are substantially ahead of previous summer trading periods. This has been driven by two principal factors: the staycation phenomenon, meaning that fewer customers have travelled abroad; and an increase in contact rates between the Company and existing and new customers. Contact rates and conversions have also been helped by an investment in marketing initiatives.As new working practices are normalised, employers are increasingly providing their workforce with flexible working platforms, which in many cases will result in a duplication of telecom services in various spaces. This is expected to increase demand for the Group's services. For instance, the increasing popularity of hot desk and hub environments is a positive trend, which will increase future demand of cloud based propositions which support flexible mobile working.New Contract WinsThe Company continues to grow its revenue base with a number of contract wins and contract extensions. As much of the nation returns to work this month, the Company is today delighted to announce significant recent major contracts signed with three new customers in the financial services sector, as well as the extension of its services to two existing customers.Two of the contract wins are with separate UK based credit unions. The first operates from two different sites in the UK with a cloud voice telephony contract for an initial period of 60 months. The new customer had an antiquated system in place, which was no longer fit for purpose, and Toople has provided a new system that supports fibre connectivity, and by implication flexible working patterns. Similarly, the second customer has signed an initial cloud voice telephony contract for 60 months. Toople increased the customer's number of seats as its employees returned to the office with the new solution supporting future flexible working.The third new customer is a respected firm of solicitors based in East Anglia. The cloud voice telephony contract is for a 60 month period. Toople was able to upgrade the customer's incumbent infrastructure which comprised of old analogue ISDN circuits. The new customer is now communicating via completely transformed fibre and cloud supported services in a more secure environment.Over the past three years Toople has been delivering data connectivity and cloud solutions to a large bakery brand in London. Higher demand for this brand has been driven by the pandemic and an increase in on-line deliveries and orders from stores supported by Toople's infrastructure. The bakery has pursued a rapid store expansion programme over the summer months, and Toople now has over 70 locations (store and distribution centres) linked to superfast data connectivity, 4G back up facilities, and cloud voice solutions.Similarly, Toople has also recently provided a rapid expansion of cloud voice capabilities to a national building merchant, where consumer demand has increased sharply as it encouraged staff to return to the office. It has extended its 36 month contract with Toople, which now supports over 200 cloud telephony solutions.Andy Hollingworth, CEO commented:"Summer is traditionally a quieter period, as existing and potential customers put their plans on hold until the big return to work in September. However, this summer we saw robust orders from new and existing customers, including those reported above. These sales levels are not only due to extraneous factors such as more people staying at home and changes in working environments, but it is also due to our targeted sales and marketing initiatives."We anticipate continued momentum as many in the UK return to their places of work following many months of lockdowns, shielding, isolation, and voluntary working from home arrangements, as evidenced by very recent contract wins and extensions. Hybrid working and the need to remain connected are all encouraging trends for our business."We are approaching our year end with robust order volumes and a substantially improved bad debt position following the implementation of new procedures last year. There continues to be an attractive market in consolidation opportunities within our sector. This gives us cause for continued optimism for the Group's prospects."About Toople PLCToople PLC is incorporated in the UK and listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange. The business currently trades under four main brands: toople.com ; dmsluk.co.uk ; broadbandandphones.co.uk ; checkthatcompany.co.uk .Toople.com provides bespoke telecoms services for its fast growing target market of UK SMEs with between one and 500 employees. Services offered by the Group include business broadband, fibre, EFM and Ethernet data services, business mobile phones, cloud PBX and SIP Trunking and Traditional Services (calls and lines) all of which are delivered and managed via the Group's proprietary software platform. The Group's wholly owned subsidiary DMS Holding (DMSL) provides unified communication services in the UK ranging from a single phone line to a multi-site unified comms VoIP platform, delivered via a network of telecoms and IT carriers and content providers across the UK including BT Business, BT Global Services, Gamma, EE, Vonage, TalkTalk Business and O2. DMSL acts as a BT Premier re-seller for broadband connectivity, mobile and fixed voice and cloud services and is responsible for over 250,000 BT customers and over 400,000 Revenue Generating Units.The Company also owns a telecoms price comparison website and a service offering company credit reference checking and reports. These complement the Group's IT and telecoms services.All the Group brands seek to differentiate themselves by offering IT, telecoms and broadband solutions, with robust and reliable packages, that enhance a customers' business and are based on trust and transparency, with no hidden fees within pricing policies. This provides customers with a clear understanding of cost and fixed prices for the duration of their contracts.
08/7/2021
14:30
investrip: Oberon Investments is advised by Novum Securities.... Toople is also advised by Novum.... Toople need to raise the share price to issue new shares. Theres no take over on the cards here, Oberon have never completed a take over. Oberon increase, Charlie spread bets, they then book build to dilute, on dilution Charlie drops the 3%, and can sell albeit for a loss. Novum takes X on the book build plus options as per usual. Novum make their money, Charlie makes his money. Manipulation 101.
22/6/2021
11:51
investrip: None of the products listed on their are high margin.... If you think you are, then you really dont know the industry. Example Toople Ultrafast GFAST 330 - On offer for £45 a month.... Its not clear if thats inc or ex VAT Talktalks wholesale pricing on that is £29 It also needs a line which is either £8 or £9.60 depending on if they are putting in basic or business, lets go with £8.... You can check that on the openreach website. So thats £37 cost EX VAT. So at £45 inc vat.... theres 50p in it.... Toople Ultrafast FTTP 1000 Sale price £99 (82.50 plus vat) Wholesale Price £75 plus VAT Margin £7.50.... Search broadband price comparison... does toople come up? Nope, to drive traffic needs 000's spent on it, to get little in return. Wheres the high margin products?
21/6/2021
15:42
city chappy: Toop are now offering their own Toople branded Unlimited Broadband and Calls, Super Fast Fibre and Calls, GFast, and Ultrafast FTTP, among their offerings from the BT and Plusnet: hTTps://toople.com/products/business-broadband/ So this means 9 (33.3%) Toople branded products among the 27 Business Broadband offerings listed. These are high margin products. Toop now also have their own price comparison website and credit checking website, further branching out to capture more revenues. With the economy now picking up again, and set to boom through H1 2021, 2022, and beyond, Toop are well placed to grow.
08/5/2021
12:00
sharetalk: mooninpapoa, get your facts right before commenting. It was not a Director but the wife of John Carter who is not a Director either, but was retained by Toop to run DMSL after the acquisition. Most of the money was used to repay a £462,000 loan to Toop (so Toop benefitted) and to fund a High Court action her husband is involved in which had nothing to do with Toop. The future for Toop looks very positive, with profitability approaching and the economy recovering.
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.
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