Selected financial data of the Deutsche Telekom Group.
Here you can find information about our mid and long-term Group development based on earnings and key financial figures.
a On the basis of the more exact figures expressed in millions.
b Figures adjusted retroactively to the accounting principles applied to Deutsche Telekom AG since January 1, 1995.
c Including pro-forma value-added tax. Adjusted for VAT, revenue would have been Euro 33.8 bn.
d Including one-time value-added tax refund amounting to Euro 338 million.
e Including depreciation of value-added tax capitalized prior to January 1, 1996.
f Without the changes in the composition of the group (in particular MATÁV, DT Mobile Holdings (One 2 One), max.mobil.and TeleCash) in 1996, amounts would have been lower by Euro 3.0 bn (1999), Euro 1.0 bn (1998), Euro 1.0 bn (1997) and Euro 0.8 bn (1996).
g In 1995, the levy to the Federal Republic was paid for the last time, with the Company being exempt almost fully from tax. Since January 1, 1996, the Company has been subject to normal corporate taxation.
h In accordance with statement of cash flows.
i Full-time employees, without trainees/students interns and changes in the composition of the group (in particular MATÁV, DT Mobile Holdings (One 2 One), max.mobil.and TeleCash).
j Proposed Dividend.
k Based on dividing net income by the weighted average number of ordinary bearer shares outstanding. The share/ADS ratio is 1:1. In 1996, after giving effect to the 10:1 stock split and the issuance of shares from retained earnings on July 1, 1996. Pro forma for 1994.
l Average number of employees for the year without trainees/student interns and without changes in the composition of the group (in particular MATÁV, DT Mobile Holdings (One 2 One), max.mobil.and TeleCash).
m Without amounts proposed for dividend payment, which are treated as short-term debt.