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. Since the 2005 financial year, Deutsche Telekom AG has been reporting according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The financial figures from 2004 and previous years were based on the German GAAP.
Revenue and earnings
Statement of financial position
T-Share - key figures
a Calculated on the basis of millions for the purpose of greater precision. Changes to
percentages expressed as percentage points.
b The prior-year comparatives were adjusted retrospectively due to the application of IAS 19 (amended) as of January 1, 2013. ROCE was only adjusted for 2012.
c Deutsche Telekom defines EBITDA as profit/loss from operations before depreciation, amortization and impairment losses.
d EBITDA, EBITDA adjusted for special factors, net debt, and free cash flow are non-GAAP figures not governed by the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). They should not be viewed in isolation as an alternative to profit or loss
from operations, net profit or loss, net cash from operating activities, the liabilities reported in the consolidated statement of financial position, or other Deutsche Telekom key performance indicators presented in accordance with IFRS. For
business in the Group” in the combined management report in this Annual Report, page 78 et seq.
e Figures for 2006 include EUR 3.3 billion for the acquisition of licenses.
f Since the beginning of the 2007 financial year, Deutsche Telekom has defined free cash flow as cash generated from operations less interest paid and net cash outflows for investments in intangible assets (excluding goodwill) and property,
plant and equipment. Prior-year figures have been adjusted accordingly.
g And before PTC and AT&T transactions, and compensation payments for MetroPCS employees.
h Subject to approval by the 2014 shareholders’ meeting concerning the dividend payments for the 2013 financial year. For more detailed explanations, please refer to Note 28 “Dividend per share,” page 218.
i Including treasury shares held by Deutsche Telekom AG.