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iPass Inc. (IPAS)

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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Trolls on board is a good thing. That means IPAS has the attention of some big players who want to accumulate alap. I've seen it over and over. One stock I've owned comes to mind. At one time it was a dog at 75cents-$1 for long period of time with trolls and bashers all over the message board. Then in an 18m period it went as high as $17, now trades around $8. The message board basically went silent during that period and is basically dead now. So we need lots of bashers right now.
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    William
    William
    I have been waiting for this to go back to mid $.50 range. Looks possible. Buying steadily...
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    In accordance with listing rule 5810(c)(3)(A), iPass has 180 calendar days, or until March 14, 2018, to regain compliance with the minimum bid price rule. To regain compliance, the closing bid price of iPass's common stock must be at least $1.00 per share for a minimum of ten consecutive business days before March 14, 2018.
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    boogs4j
    boogs4j
    One always has to wonder about IPAS's relationship with GoGo as well. They evidently work hand in hand in a complimentary way with the airport/airline WiFi business. Possible strategic partnership there ? Maybe some form of a creative deal to be done ? Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock........
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    Darren
    Darren
    J your perspective could also reflect to that of Pat Hume , the ' Cheif Commercial Officer ' who has a terrible track record in delivery of any' whale ' like contracts, nor partnerships, they look good on paper yet are in reality are empty agreements with no substance behind them to deliver revenue. Empty frame work contracts in reality with zero commitment achieved by Ipass of revenue.
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    William
    William
    My main fear with IPAS has been that the major carriers will ultimately do what IPAS can do, just without using IPAS. In other words, they will each create their own wifi offloading network that would be proprietary to themselves. Then I remember American Tower and the major cell tower companies... The Verizon's of the world lease space. They do not have to go through the trouble of building and maintaining towers. At the end of the day, I really view IPAS similar to American Tower. It is easier for Verizon, Comcast to use their network rather than creating their own. That seems more logical to me. Let's hope that is the case...I really believe it is.
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    Now lets talk about Becky Herrick LHA. Look at all the scam company's she has worked with in the last 6 months. She is a Paid scam artist. No nothing highly paid pump & dumper. Gold digger, money ho.
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    boogs4j
    boogs4j
    Clarification on an earlier post regarding Comcast. I had mentioned that they were selling phones only off of website thus far and that they were eventually going to be selling out of brick & mortar sites. In actuality, they are currently selling out of their pre-existing Xfinity stores. In fact, I stopped into one today here in Augusta GA area & spoke with a salesman and like any Verizon store, they have their phones/devices displayed for sale along with all their other prdcts. According to the sales rep, to the best of his knowledge, they are the only cell service that currently has the auto-connect WiFi feature imbedded in their phones. It's automatic, no initiating , logging in, PW required etc..... That said, I'm even more convinced IPAS is part of their newly launched service. And perhaps Verizon is the one currently testing IPAS to imbed into their service as well. Frankly, all the carriers are going to want it installed for obvious reasons. Take all this for what it's worth, but I think it's for real. #7thinningstretch
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    Brian
    Brian
    Question for J... can you elaborate on your points? i.e. when you refer to expected delisting notification, calling out company representatives...
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    J
    J
    Brian, A Delisting notice is a Delisting notice!!!! It's not a expected delisting notification. 2nd both of those people I called out don't work for IPAS. Think before you speak....4 post troll..............
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    boogs4j
    boogs4j

    Interesting article / blog on Mobilise Consulting site from late July...... (also references to IPAS connections to the right)

    http://www.mobiliseconsulting.com/what-is-wifi-first/

    What is WiFi First? - Mobilise Consulting
    What is WiFi First, and why it matters Where would we be without WiFi connections? The question is almost rhetorical. Our lives depend upon a wireless network web; these days, new laptops aren’t even built with Ethernet ports. We won’t forego Interne
    www.mobiliseconsulting.com
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    simplicity
    simplicity
    Are we getting dinged for the Apple Watch setback?
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    William
    William
    The fear that I have about Ipass is what has driven my crazy posts after the last earnings report. I interperated the big miss through the lens that their end market was moving on from them. It took me 3 weeks to put logic to the delay in their revenue. GG bought a lot of shares. That bolstered my confidence. Fear is false evidence appearing real. I will not be shaken at the next earnings report. I appreciate the serious investors on this board and their very helpful posts!
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    2% of us have real money invested with IPAS. 98% of you are Trolls,Pump & Dump, check our my Garbage stocks. If you don't like the truth oh well
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    Anyone care to explain this? Kirsten Chapman
    Former Investor Relations at iPass Inc?
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    Money
    Money
    I notice that the pps is staying between .54 and .62
    Does this mean it has support at these levels? Does anyone see a reason for this to make a dip?
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    Victoria
    Victoria
    If we are to go off the RSI then you could argue that a pull back next day or so could occur on IPAS before rallying up. awe-som_sto-cks just allerted a new stock - it beats having to dig online yourself for new stock ideas.
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    Patrick
    Patrick
    Interesting article on the front page of today’s Wall St. Journal’s Business & Finance section. Entitled: “For Home Wi-Fi, Sleek and Fleet Future Lies Ahead.”

    Mainly it’s about products for customers to manage the growing number of devices on their home Wi-Fi networks.

    But the best nugget from the article: “Cisco projects that through 2012, consumption of data through Wi-Fi on mobile devices will grow 48% a year – faster even than the growth of data on cellular networks.”
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    Money
    Money
    I would just like to express the excitement and optimism I have for this company. Great things to come for IPAS and for the investors who believe. Due diligence shows positive growth. The company has seen what hasn't worked for them in the past. Instead of continuing earlier path they've made adjustments to the business model. This shows me the company is on their feet and accepts chance as a reality. Also the company took what they called a 7th inning rain delay. This tells me that they're not afraid to stop the game to figure things out. I believe in the product and now I believe in the company. I'm buying 25,000 today. 🍸cheers to my fellow IPAS believers
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    Phoenix
    Phoenix
    09/13/2017 (MT Newswires) -- iPass' (IPAS) average rating among analysts is a buy, with an average price target of $2.