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Member Since: Fri, 30th Jan 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 177
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 3

Last Posted: 15 Jun '18

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15 Jun '18

Hahaha so true. After not trading these for 5 years I thought I may at least have got the money back for my extension. Hey hoo, I'm a patient person, I will just have to wait. Really good to see you are still around too. Hoping the other crew still here also.
15 Jun '18

Good to see you mate.
14 Jun '18

Does anyone know how to get free live streaming please?
17 May '17

Are you still around?
9 Oct '13

19 Mar '12

I know lol mad lot!!!
19 Mar '12

I got my cat from ottery st mary 10.5 years ago (he was about two when I got him) abandoned and alone. He is still going strong.
13 Mar '12

You get less in the bank and if you hold in the ISA tax free. I'm happy with that. Thanks for all your help.
12 Mar '12

Thanks both of you. Would they really pay a Div this year?
12 Mar '12

Hmm lol
12 Mar '12

Are they likely to go back up to the £1 mark any time soon?
1 Mar '12

Profit taking keeps it down and then once they clear it will go up.
1 Mar '12

Stock go into auction when there is to many transactions going through all at once. Some times you can't buy or sell. Goes into negotiated trade. Best time not to buy or sell stock.
1 Mar '12

for some time and now that they have the funding I have bought in today for the long term hold.
29 Aug '11

Are they heading back to below 25p, if so i'm back in.
7 Jun '11

You have probably heard it before but its the general markets. This one moves on small volume. Once more buying comes in it will go back up. This shares is still off the radar. GL All
6 Jun '11

Any stock with the name Daniel Stewart Brokert to it I stay well clear off. I remember phoning them once about a year ago to ask a question about PMHL and they would not talk to me because I do not subscribe to them. Considering they are the broker to PMHL they could have answered my question that was about the company. I don't rate Daniel Stewart as a good broker.
20 May '11

May 20 (Reuters) - Orange (FTE.PA) and Barclaycard (BARC.L) will launch Britain's first mobile payments service on Friday, which will allow shoppers to make small payments in stores using their cellphones.

The service will allow some Orange customers to make payments of up to 15 pounds ($24) by tapping their phone against a reader at 50,000 UK retail outlets including branches of fast-food chains McDonald's (MCD.N), Subway and Pret a Manger.

Mobile payments are common in some developing countries where many people have no bank account, but have been slow to take off in regions like Europe where a multitude of payment options already exists.

The launch of the service in Britain will provide an opportunity for mobile carriers like Orange and banks like Barclays to attract and retain customers.

It will also provide a boost for NXP (NXPI.O), the leading maker of the chips that enable the contactless payments.

To use the service, customers will need to be holders of a Barclaycard, Barclays debit card or Orange credit card. They will also need a Samsung (005930.KS) Tocco Lite phone to start with, with more handsets from other manufacturers to follow.

Near field communications (NFC) technology has existed for almost a decade but few services have been launched as phone makers, banks and mobile operators have wrangled about who will have the main relationship with the customer.

However, a new version of Google's (GOOG.O) popular Android smartphone software, which is used by dozens of phone makers, includes support for NFC and has pushed others into action.

"We tried to push it and frankly we just didn't have the influence," NXP's Chief Executive Richard Clemmer told the Reuters Global Technology Summit in Paris on Thursday.

"What we did by aligning with Google allowed us really to have a much larger impact."

A survey published by market research firm GfK this month found that eBay's (EBAY.O) online payments service PayPal was most likely to be trusted by consumers. [ID:nLDE74B1ZF]

The service launching in Britain on Friday, called "Quick Tap", will let shoppers load up to 100 pounds onto their phone from their Orange or Barclays cards. The payments processing will be handled by Mastercard (MA.N).

Quick Tap payments will be done through the SIM card -- which is the property of the operators, in this case Orange -- and customers will have the option to set up a PIN number to be entered before each payment for extra security.

For more on the Reuters Global Technology Summit, see [ID:nN13240922] ($1=.6182 Pound) (Reporting by Roberta Cowan and Georgina Prodhan; Editing by Jon Loades-Carter)

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