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Share Price: 5.625Bid: 5.25Ask: 6.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Pinnacle Tech
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 14.29%Open: 5.625High: 5.625Low: 5.625Yesterday’s Close: 5.625


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corpse
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carnage
25 Feb '15
At coms going the same route we have been.
 
Korg
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This might be relevant
24 Feb '15
"The company has made no secret of its plans to drive growth through acquisition ... Our target is to become a £100m business within two years through organic and acquisitive growth" Have they got pinn lined up?

http://www.mobiletoday.co.uk/news/b2b/32135/annodata-intensifies-drive-into-mobile-market.aspx
Colourbounce
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RE: Morning All
24 Feb '15
Morning satz, until the BOD come up with the official company line there aint a lot to say really. Will be interesting to hear what that line is tho. Good luck.
satz
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Morning All
24 Feb '15
Very quiet board today
Korg
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sky o2 tie up
23 Feb '15
will be a bonus for pinn, they were not expecting the two to merge. Hold on to your shares. Announcement next week/month imo
corpse
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Channel Partnership
23 Feb '15
Sky, the owner of Sky News, has announced it is entering the mobile market for the first time in a partnership with O2, allowing it to become a so-called 'quad player'.

The wholesale deal, which will not affect O2's existing customers, means Sky can offer mobile services to Sky customers on Sky bills from 2016.

The main players in the industry are vying to become "quad play" providers, meaning they bundle home phone, mobile, TV and broadband services together in a single package for customers.

Sky's agreement comes as its rival BT looks to spend £12.5bn to buy current mobile market leader EE.
corpse
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RE: o2 exclusive tie up
23 Feb '15
Re write the plot:

Pinnacle to enhance its position as a front runner in digital strategy and a leading technical advisor. on the O2 & Sky partnertship worth ££££££££££££
corpse
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WHAT CHANNEL TIE UP
23 Feb '15
O2 as part of an exclusive channel tie-up, PINN is a specialist partner to provide tailored security solutions and assist O2 in enlarging its digital capability and delivering a 'mobile centre of excellence' to the market.

We think the channel is SKY any thoughts or views against.
sheldon
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RE: Sheldon
23 Feb '15
Thanks Phil, been way too busy to be able to do much for the last few days.
phil1283
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Sheldon
23 Feb '15
I have emailed Beattie regarding the removed communications. The response basically stated that is was released by mistake early & that the 02 partnership is close to being finalised.





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