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Safaricom 2019/2020
Angelica _ann
#41 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2019 12:07:13 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
Viviva wrote:
Share price on sharp decline despite prospective dividend and book closure? Why a lack of interest despite handsome dividend?


People are waiting for it at the bottom.


Exactly, it better come down ex-dividends.
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Viviva
#42 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2019 12:49:19 PM
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Seems it peaked last week at 29.5 or can we expect it to reach the same level or higher this week, before book closure ?
Ericsson
#43 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2019 3:12:05 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Seems it peaked last week at 29.5 or can we expect it to reach the same level or higher this week, before book closure ?



That is gone and gone for now.
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Ericsson
#44 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2019 4:16:17 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Seems it peaked last week at 29.5 or can we expect it to reach the same level or higher this week, before book closure ?


Low of 27.50
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Ericsson
#45 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2019 4:29:50 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Seems it peaked last week at 29.5 or can we expect it to reach the same level or higher this week, before book closure ?


Low of 27.50
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obiero
#46 Posted : Thursday, August 29, 2019 8:46:19 PM
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Steve Chege to be next CEO at Safaricom
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Ericsson
#47 Posted : Thursday, August 29, 2019 9:13:17 PM
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obiero wrote:
Steve Chege to be next CEO at Safaricom


For this and other jokes stay tuned to viusasa
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Viviva
#48 Posted : Friday, August 30, 2019 4:13:50 PM
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Now a steep slope down..seems like a low of 26 expected? When can we expect a rise again, until next profit/dividend announcement?
Ericsson
#49 Posted : Friday, August 30, 2019 4:29:38 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Now a steep slope down..seems like a low of 26 expected? When can we expect a rise again, until next profit/dividend announcement?


Probably when the bear run ends
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Ericsson
#50 Posted : Friday, August 30, 2019 5:07:32 PM
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https://khusoko.com/safa...nal-expansion-and-data/

Safaricom Plc, Kenya’s biggest mobile network provider, has said its push for regional expansion and data are viable opportunities that it is exploring to boost revenues because they have ‘the potential to lead our business to greater heights’.

The telco says for its current 2020 financial year will focus on providing additional support to business units that are emerging as key revenue drivers, such as financial services.

“I am particularly keen to work closely with the team to deliver the regional expansion strategy… Data also remains a key priority for the business, which needs to find a way to create balance between growth of data consumption and revenue growth,” said Michael Joseph, Safaricom’s Interm Chief Executive Officer at firms’ 11th Annual General Meeting held on Friday.
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Viviva
#51 Posted : Saturday, August 31, 2019 11:13:46 AM
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Ericsson wrote:
Viviva wrote:
Now a steep slope down..seems like a low of 26 expected? When can we expect a rise again, until next profit/dividend announcement?


Probably when the bear run ends


d'oh! ..pardon me for my inexperience but if one was to sell scom shares on monday who gets the dividend? What about tuesday?
Ericsson
#52 Posted : Saturday, August 31, 2019 1:24:16 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
Viviva wrote:
Now a steep slope down..seems like a low of 26 expected? When can we expect a rise again, until next profit/dividend announcement?


Probably when the bear run ends


d'oh! ..pardon me for my inexperience but if one was to sell scom shares on monday who gets the dividend? What about tuesday?

Sell on Monday you miss the dividend.
Sell on Tuesday you get the dividend
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obiero
#53 Posted : Saturday, August 31, 2019 1:28:29 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
Viviva wrote:
Now a steep slope down..seems like a low of 26 expected? When can we expect a rise again, until next profit/dividend announcement?


Probably when the bear run ends


d'oh! ..pardon me for my inexperience but if one was to sell scom shares on monday who gets the dividend? What about tuesday?

Cum and ex dividend status, respectively..
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Ericsson
#54 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 11:40:48 AM
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https://www.businessdail...56608-xqw1sc/index.html

Safaricom has more than doubled the number of customers it has connected to its home fibre network to reach 297,885 households with about 107,762 of these made in 2019.

This comes in the wake of an aggressive roll-out that saw the telco lay out an additional 1,000 kilometres of fibre in the period, according to its latest annual report.

The firm says it has rolled out 6,700 kilometres of fibre that passed by 297,885 homes up from 141,700 the previous period.

The network expansion also saw Safaricom increase its fibre coverage to reach 2,400 businesses.

Its charges for the service are tiered with home customer pricing starting at Sh3,900 for a 5 megabits per second (Mbps) speed bundle and Sh5,000 entry price for small and medium enterprises.
“Part of our growth came with challenges including lower speeds due to large downloads and introduction of excise duty tax which necessitated a change in our pricing. We had infrastructure upgrades done in September and October of 2018 to provide additional capacity and address the challenges our home customers experienced,” said Safaricom in the report.

“We continue to increase usage through affordable tiered pricing. We see future opportunity in converged service of data, content, smart home and fixed mobile."

Latest data from the Communications Authority (CA) indicates that Safaricom increased its market share of fixed internet services for the seventh consecutive quarter to 31.5 percent, cutting the dominance of Zuku internet's parent company Wananchi Group.

The CA data covering up to March this year shows Safaricom’s market share jumped from 29.6 percent in the previous quarter while that of Wananchi dropped to 35 percent from 38 percent.

Safaricom has been making strides into Kenya’s living rooms over the past few years, expanding its presence beyond the mobile phone. The service is driven by the growing subscription of on-demand services like Iflix and Netflix.
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rwitre
#55 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 12:02:15 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/corporate/companies/Safaricom-more-than-doubles-home-fibre-link/4003102-5256608-xqw1sc/index.html

Safaricom has more than doubled the number of customers it has connected to its home fibre network to reach 297,885 households with about 107,762 of these made in 2019.

This comes in the wake of an aggressive roll-out that saw the telco lay out an additional 1,000 kilometres of fibre in the period, according to its latest annual report.

The firm says it has rolled out 6,700 kilometres of fibre that passed by 297,885 homes up from 141,700 the previous period.

The network expansion also saw Safaricom increase its fibre coverage to reach 2,400 businesses.

Its charges for the service are tiered with home customer pricing starting at Sh3,900 for a 5 megabits per second (Mbps) speed bundle and Sh5,000 entry price for small and medium enterprises.
“Part of our growth came with challenges including lower speeds due to large downloads and introduction of excise duty tax which necessitated a change in our pricing. We had infrastructure upgrades done in September and October of 2018 to provide additional capacity and address the challenges our home customers experienced,” said Safaricom in the report.

“We continue to increase usage through affordable tiered pricing. We see future opportunity in converged service of data, content, smart home and fixed mobile."

Latest data from the Communications Authority (CA) indicates that Safaricom increased its market share of fixed internet services for the seventh consecutive quarter to 31.5 percent, cutting the dominance of Zuku internet's parent company Wananchi Group.

The CA data covering up to March this year shows Safaricom’s market share jumped from 29.6 percent in the previous quarter while that of Wananchi dropped to 35 percent from 38 percent.

Safaricom has been making strides into Kenya’s living rooms over the past few years, expanding its presence beyond the mobile phone. The service is driven by the growing subscription of on-demand services like Iflix and Netflix.


Impressive. If each of the households subscribe at the minimum 5Mbps offer, that's about 894M per month, for as long as those houses will need internet. And the numbers keep rising. It's almost a utility at this point (like gas/electricity/water).

With MPESA, Fuliza, and Home Fibre, Safaricom may soon have more money in its accounts than Treasury.
kawi254
#56 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 2:27:37 PM
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rwitre wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/corporate/companies/Safaricom-more-than-doubles-home-fibre-link/4003102-5256608-xqw1sc/index.html

Safaricom has more than doubled the number of customers it has connected to its home fibre network to reach 297,885 households with about 107,762 of these made in 2019.

This comes in the wake of an aggressive roll-out that saw the telco lay out an additional 1,000 kilometres of fibre in the period, according to its latest annual report.

The firm says it has rolled out 6,700 kilometres of fibre that passed by 297,885 homes up from 141,700 the previous period.

The network expansion also saw Safaricom increase its fibre coverage to reach 2,400 businesses.

Its charges for the service are tiered with home customer pricing starting at Sh3,900 for a 5 megabits per second (Mbps) speed bundle and Sh5,000 entry price for small and medium enterprises.
“Part of our growth came with challenges including lower speeds due to large downloads and introduction of excise duty tax which necessitated a change in our pricing. We had infrastructure upgrades done in September and October of 2018 to provide additional capacity and address the challenges our home customers experienced,” said Safaricom in the report.

“We continue to increase usage through affordable tiered pricing. We see future opportunity in converged service of data, content, smart home and fixed mobile."

Latest data from the Communications Authority (CA) indicates that Safaricom increased its market share of fixed internet services for the seventh consecutive quarter to 31.5 percent, cutting the dominance of Zuku internet's parent company Wananchi Group.

The CA data covering up to March this year shows Safaricom’s market share jumped from 29.6 percent in the previous quarter while that of Wananchi dropped to 35 percent from 38 percent.

Safaricom has been making strides into Kenya’s living rooms over the past few years, expanding its presence beyond the mobile phone. The service is driven by the growing subscription of on-demand services like Iflix and Netflix.


Impressive. If each of the households subscribe at the minimum 5Mbps offer, that's about 894M per month, for as long as those houses will need internet. And the numbers keep rising. It's almost a utility at this point (like gas/electricity/water).

With MPESA, Fuliza, and Home Fibre, Safaricom may soon have more money in its accounts than Treasury.


fibre has passed by 297,885 meaning that there is a termination in your apartment block or on the KPLC transmission pole outside your apartment block but not all passed houses are connected. The active connected fibre subscribers will be less than the 297,885. CAK figures more accurate
Ericsson
#57 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 3:09:10 PM
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When trading resumes tomorrow,Safaricom will start trading ex dividend
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Viviva
#58 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 3:18:58 PM
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Any presumptions on tomorrows share price trading average? Bearing in mind Citi research have recommended a target price of 30.1
watesh
#59 Posted : Monday, September 02, 2019 3:33:43 PM
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Viviva wrote:
Any presumptions on tomorrows share price trading average? Bearing in mind Citi research have recommended a target price of 30.1

I am looking to go in below 26
nellycetty
#60 Posted : Tuesday, September 03, 2019 9:44:01 AM
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watesh wrote:
Viviva wrote:
Any presumptions on tomorrows share price trading average? Bearing in mind Citi research have recommended a target price of 30.1

I am looking to go in below 26



It has touched 25 ex dividend.

Not sure if it will touch 21
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