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Share Price: 0.0065Bid: 0.006Ask: 0.007Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Motive Tv
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Mrlithium
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RE: oh Stevesd
Today 12:40
Mk22 no rampers here we just believe in Len and the tech ,follow the money follow mr lithium ,mr lithium
 
corpse
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Today 12:21
And board makes better reading, I don't mind a ramp but not the total shiiiiite being served hear. Cannot help a share which is dire and making things worse, people lost enough hard earned money.

If the share is to fail then go in grace rather than bad taste being left by we know who, rather people made money as they may support a share I am in. But people need to get rid of the clowns posting shiiiiite.
corpse
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Nail
Today 12:09
On the head Joe but will keep watching as a dog always seems to have his day and this is AIM.
mk22
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RE: oh Stevesd
Today 11:50
Filter away but be sure to add to your list the rampers who are also full of your so called sheeite
JoeLeForce
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RE: Help please
Today 10:38
YorksBoy

The products that MTV have are of no commercial value to any end user. They never have been and never will be.Their only commercial value lies in being able to sell billions upon billions of microscopic worthless stock to clueless sub penny share mug punters all dreaming of a 1p party.

The resolutions passed at the last AGM gave them authority to raise another £4.5m. At today's share price that is equivalent to another 64 billion shares. Put that on top of the existing 22 billion and you have a total of 86 billion shares altogether.

In order to raise these funds the shares have to be delivered to the MM at a discount so they can flip them at 10 - 15% profit. This is why the shares are in permanent decline forever. The shares will be in permanent decline so long as the company is listed. Unless you are participating in the placings at no time will you be able to make money from this share as a holder. If you trade daily you might strike lucky.
Kippermanbike
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Yorksboy
Today 09:27
Selling the software at point of manufacture would be pointless. The software does not do anything. You need an external tuner to make it work. This is part of the problem with ttv. It has to be a separate tuner. Otherwise it will be the old problem of needing to stand on your head next to the fridge to get reception. What's the point of that? Casio made a pocket TV. Why is that still not being used? Further more. If you are out and about how long does the battery last on a tablet? When your watching a film! I find the wife's Asus just about will give her 3 hours on a plane before it needs charging. My Samsung is very similar. Battery will normally last a day on light use but start watching a film with the screen on full brightness and the battery soon runs down. That's with wifi switched off. Back to your question... would you be willing to pay around £10 more for your tablet if it had the software pre installed? (And you still need to buy the tuner for £60 to make it work) So does that answer your question?
southcbubble
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RE: Help please
Today 09:26
YorksBoy, the thing is I am not sure whether any of the big tablet producers want MTV's software.

Surely if MTV had something that would revolutionize a tablet, one of the big boys would have bought them out by now.

Well I mean lots of names have been banded about on this board Apple, Microsoft, Google etc etc,

But still no massive companies buying into MTV.

No massive contracts won by MTV.

Oh and yes that massive loss last year!
bazmanblue
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Yorksboy
Today 08:26
Would certainly be a better option. A tie up with a big player and smaller profits would take this company forward.
sander
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Yorks Boy
Today 07:20
Ask the 1p Party Rampers for some advice on this matter, I'm sure they will be more than happy to advise you
YorksBoy
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Help please
Today 06:26
Figures released, show that approx. 350 million tablets are sold each year.
Why does MTV not sell the software to be installed at point of production?





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