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A fidgeting hand took her down to 25.5/26 today http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/devilsmiley.gif


Why would you sell $9000's worth when the half yearly is about to appear?


Tucked the heads and optionsr under my arms until the latter half of of 2007 when I will review. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wink.gif

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In reply to: macrae on Monday 26/02/07 06:53pm

Maybe a play on getting more cheap (both shares and oppies), maybe the end of selling off a big parcel and a few cents doesn't matter, maybe stupid


Lots of reasons.


I wont be selling more at these levels, even tempted to buy, but happy I flicked some.


Half yearly will be important but you really have to be looking at more than that you need to be looking at customer growth and the company's future.. That will be the key to where we go in time and what the market focus' on.





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In reply to: archbald on Monday 26/02/07 11:07pm

IMO, it is highly unlikely we won't get buying tomomorrow on market. 25.5/26 was important and she may sneak back into the 30s now with ease.


Let's see what transpires - looking forward to an update. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif

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Half Yearly out:


Gross Revenue: $1.428m

Gross profit: $603,165


Margins improving with some sectors of the business receiving double digit growth.


Exceptional sales up to end of Dec 06.


Cash a concern? Maybe. Looking forward to an update for the first quarter or sooner. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif

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My Net Fone to source new range from Linksys http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif

10:29, Tuesday, 6 March 2007


Sydney - Tuesday - March 6: (RWE Aust Business News) - My Net

Fone (ASX:MNF) will source a new range of equipment from Linksys, a

subsidiary of Cisco.

The new range will allow MNF to increase subscribers by up to an

additional 10,000 over coming months in the market segments of SOHO and


The first stage of the deal is expected to generate more than

$25,000 in equipment sales and an estimated $1 million per annum in

additional recurring revenue.



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Recommend the boardroom radio transmission. Sub growth is increasing from 10,000 in May, 20,000 in Nov and they are still getting double digit growth in recent months. Linkys will increase sub no.s further due to the current traction in the business sector. Plenty of room to grow. Mention of Optus VOIP service. Cheap as chips despite recent tremendous SP valuations. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wink.gif
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