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Telecom Plus PLC (TEP.L)

TEP.L on London Stock Exchange

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Telecom plus PLC announces dividend
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016 02:00am EDT 

Telecom plus PLC:Intends to pay total dividend per share for the year just ended of 46p, representing an increase of 15% compared with the prior year.The final dividend 24p is expected to be paid on 29 July 2016, subject to shareholder approval at the AGM which will be held on 22 July 2016.  Full Article

Telecom Plus PLC increases interim dividend
Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015 02:00am EST 

Telecom Plus PLC:Says board has resolved to increase the interim dividend by 15.8 pct. to 22p per share (2014: 19p).Says this will be paid on Dec. 18, 2015 to shareholders on register on Dec. 4, 2015, and the company's shares will go ex-dividend on Dec. 3, 2015.  Full Article

Telecom Plus PLC proposes final dividend
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2015 02:00am EDT 

Telecom Plus PLC:Is proposing to pay a final dividend of 21 pence (2014: 19 pence) per share, making a total dividend of 40 pence (2014: 35 pence) per share for the year.The final dividend will be paid on Aug. 18 to shareholders on the register at the close of business on July 24.  Full Article

Telecom Plus PLC recommends dividend
Thursday, 16 Apr 2015 02:00am EDT 

Telecom Plus PLC:Recommends a final dividend for the current year of 21p per share, making a total of 40p for the year, and representing an increase of 14 pct over last year.  Full Article

Telecom Plus announces change of company auditor
Friday, 20 Feb 2015 02:00am EST 

Telecom Plus PLC:To appoint KPMG LLP as auditor.BDO LLP has been the Company's auditor since March 2013 following its merger with PKF (UK) LLP who had been in place as the Company's auditor since inception in 1996.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-Britain's Big Six energy suppliers stem customer exodus as prices rebound

LONDON, Aug 25 Britain's Big Six energy suppliers are starting to claw back customers from their smaller, independent rivals which are struggling to cope with more than 20 per cent recovery in prices for winter since April.