Financial Results

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2016

On November 10, 2016 Deutsche Telekom published its results for the third quarter 2016.

  • Net revenue up almost 6 percent to 18.1 billion euros
  • Adjusted EBITDA up 7.2 percent to 5.5 billion euros
  • Free cash flow up 45.6 percent to 1.9 billion euros
  • Net profit up more than 30 percent compared with prior-year quarter to 1.1 billion euros
  • Number of fiber-optic customers and mobile service revenues up in Germany
  • T-Mobile US remains star performer on U.S. mobile market in terms of customers, revenue, and earnings
  • 2016 full-year guidance confirmed

All in One This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q3 documents (interim group report, media information, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 5.2 MB)​​​​​​​

Documents

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates

The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q3-2016 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2016

On August 11, 2016 Deutsche Telekom published its results for the second quarter 2016. Please find all respective details and documents here.

  • 578,000 new fiber-optic lines in the second quarter of 2016
  • Service revenues in the German fixed-network business stable for the first time since liberalization
  • Net revenue up 2.2 percent in the quarter, on an organic basis up 3.9 percent
  • Adj. EBITDA up 8.6 percent, on an organic basis up 9.9 percent
  • Capital expenditure (before spectrum) up 3.5 percent in the quarter
  • Full-year guidance confirmed

All in One This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q2 documents (interim group report, media information, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 4.6 MB)

Documents

Consensus_X

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the second quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q2-2016 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2016

On May 4, 2016 Deutsche Telekom published its results for the first quarter 2016. You find all respective details and documents here.

  • Five million fiber-optic lines (VDSL/vectoring and FTTH) installed for branded customers and competitors in Germany
  • Capital expenditure (excluding spectrum) up 11.9 percent to 2.8 billion euros in the first quarter
  • Revenue up 4.7 percent to 17.6 billion euros
  • Adjusted EBITDA up 12.9 percent to 5.2 billion euros
  • Net profit quadrupled to 3.1 billion euros
  • Positive effect on earnings of 2.5 billion euros from sale of stake in EE joint venture

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q1 documents (interim group report, media information, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 11.6 MB)

Documents

Consensus_X

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q1-2016 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Full year results 2015

On Thursday 25, Februar 2016 the Deutsche Telekom published its results for the 2015 financial year. Find the annual report as well as further information here.

  • Financial targets exceeded, dividend to rise to 0.55 euros per share
  • Adjusted EBITDA up 13.3 percent to 19.9 billion euros
  • Free cash flow up 9.8 percent to 4.5 billion euros
  • Revenue up 10.5 percent to 69.2 billion euros
  • Adjusted net profit up by almost 70 percent to 4.1 billion euros.
  • Capital expenditure of 10.8 billion euros – up 13.5 percent
  • Customer acquisition with integrated offer MagentaEins and optical fiber
  • T-Mobile US remains major winner on the U.S. mobile market

all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q4 documents (interim group report, media information, financial statement, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 16.9 MB)

Documents

Financial Statement

This financial statement refers exclusively to the legal entity Deutsche Telekom AG. For the consolidated Group numbers please refer to the annual report.

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the fourth quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q4-2015 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2015

On Thursday 5, November 2015 the Deutsche Telekom published its results for the third quarter 2015. Find the current report as well as further information on the financial figures here.

  • Net profit up by almost 60 percent to more than 800 million euros, adjusted net profit up by 30 percent
  • Revenue up 9.3 percent to 17.1 billion euros
  • Adjusted EBITDA up 12.9 percent to 5.2 billion euros
  • Free cash flow increased 16.3 percent on prior-year figure to 1.3 billion euros
  • Strong growth in number of fiber-optic customers in Germany and mobile customers in the United States

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q3 documents (interim group report, media information, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 3.9 MB)

Documents

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the third quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q3-2015 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for second quarter 2015

Deutsche Telekom published its second quarter results 2015 on August 06, 2015. Find the current report as well as further information on the financial figures here.

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q2 documents (interim group report, media information, presentation and backup):

Download (pdf, 5.5 MB)

  • Revenue up by 15.3 percent to EUR 17.4 billion, organic revenue growth of 5.7 percent
  • Adjusted EBITDA up by 13.5 percent to EUR 5.0 billion, organic growth of 6.7 percent
  • Adjusted net profit up by almost 70 percent
  • 3.4 million fiber-optic-based lines in Germany
  • T-Mobile US increases adjusted EBITDA by 22.8 percent

Documents

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the second quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q2-2015 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2015

On May 13, 2015 Deutsche Telekom published its results for the first quarter 2015: revenue and profit grew strongly. Please find all respective details and documents on this page.

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q1 documents (presentation, transcript, media information, interim group report and backup):

Download (pdf, 3.6 MB)

  • Double-digit growth in key financial figures, organic growth of 4.7 percent in revenue and 5.6 percent in adjusted EBITDA
  • Adjusted net profit up by three quarters compared with the prior year to more than EUR 1 billion
  • Year-on-year fiber-optic line additions in Germany more than doubled to 463,000 in the quarter
  • Line losses in Germany at ten-year low
  • T-Mobile US with net adds of more than 1 million for eighth quarter in a row
  • Further stabilization in Europe, and growth areas already accounting for 28 percent of revenue
  • T-Systems increases earnings performance

Documents

Consensus_X

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q1-2015 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Full year results 2014

Deutsche Telekom AG published its annual report 2014 on February 26, 2015. You find further information on the financial figures here.

Documents

Financial Statement

This financial statement refers exclusively to the legal entity Deutsche Telekom AG. For the consolidated Group numbers please refer to the annual report.

Financial Statement

This financial statement refers exclusively to the legal entity Deutsche Telekom AG. For the consolidated Group numbers please refer to the annual report.

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the fourth quarter 2014:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q4-2014 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2014

Deutsche Telekom AG published its third quarter results 2014. Find the current report as well as further information on the financial figures on that date here.

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q3 documents (interim report, presentation, backup, media information):

Download (pdf, 2.5 MB)

  • Net revenue of the Group up by 0.8 percent in the third quarter and, for the first time, more than 60 percent of revenue generated abroad
  • Adjusted EBITDA down by 1.8 percent due to high market investments
  • Capital expenditure up by more than 10 percent
  • Guidance confirmed for the full year
  • Telekom extends market leadership in service revenues in German mobile communications compared with the prior year
  • Record branded postpaid customer growth at T-Mobile US
  • Europeincreases adjusted EBITDA by 35.7 percent

Documents

Consensus

Here you find the consensus for the third quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q3-2014 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for second quarter 2014

Deutsche Telekom AG published its half-year results 2014. Find the current report as well as further information on the financial figures on that date here.

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q2 documents (interim report, presentation, backup, media information):

Download (pdf, 2.3 MB)

  • T-Mobile US exceeds the 50-million customer mark and raises guidance on customer figures for the full year
  • Germany business strong in mobile communications and VDSL roll-out areas
  • Europe increases profitability and efficiency
  • Revenue down 0.3 percent in the quarter to EUR 15.1 billion, adjusted EBITDA up 0.3 percent to EUR 4.4 billion
  • Capital expenditure up again by 6.2 percent in the second quarter

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the first half year:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q2-2014 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2014

Deutsche Telekom AG published its first quarter results 2014 on May 8. Tim Höttges, CEO and Thomas Dannenfeldt, CFO discussed the results in the conference call for investors and analysts.

 all-in-one This all-in-one document contains all relevant Q1 documents (interim report, presentation, backup, media information):

Download (pdf, 2.4 MB)

  • 8.0 percent to EUR 14.9 billion
  • Adjusted EBITDA down 3.9 percent as a result of market investments in
    the U.S.
  • Net profit more than tripled to EUR 1.8 billion due to partial sale of Scout24
  • T-Mobile US with 1.3 million new branded postpaid customers; total net
    additions of 2.4 million
  • Record number of VDSL and FTTH fiber-optic lines in Germany
  • Europe accelerates network build-out and drives forward revenue
    transformation

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q1-2014 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Results 2013 and strategy update

Deutsche Telekom AG published the annual report 2013 on March 6, 2014.

 all-in-oneThis all-in-one document contains all relevant Q4 documents (presentation, backup, media release, annual report):
Download (pdf, 7.5 MB)

  • 2013 financial targets met with adjusted EBITDA of EUR 17.4 billion and slightly exceeded with free cash flow of EUR 4.6 billion
  • Adjusted net profit up 8.6 percent
  • Net revenue up 3.4 percent, in organic terms up 0.8 percent
  • Revenue growth and EBITDA of EUR 17.6 billion forecast for 2014
  • Business in Germany delivers sound figures and extends market lead in mobile communications
  • Europe drives forward growth areas
  • T-Mobile US with 4.4 million new customers in 2013
  • IT costs in Germany down EUR 0.35 billion

Documents

Financial Statement

This financial statement refers exclusively to the legal entity Deutsche Telekom AG. For the consolidated Group numbers please refer to the annual report.

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the fourth quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q4-2013 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2013

Deutsche Telekom published the Q3-2013 results on Thursday, November 7, 2013. Find the current report as well as further information on the financial figures here.

 all-in-oneThis all-in-one document contains all relevant Q3 documents (presentation, backup, media release, interim report):
Download (pdf, 2.5 MB)

  • Net revenue up 6.0 percent to EUR 15.5 billion, organic revenue growth of 2.4 percent
  • Adjusted EBITDA down 2.6 percent to EUR 4.7 billion, trend improved compared with the first half of the year
  • Turnaround achieved in the United States, deluge of more than a million new customers
  • Business in Germany stable
  • Europe feeling the strain of regulation, upward trend in growth areas
  • Steady increase in T-Systems' profitability

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the third quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Holdings with own Investor Relations

Publications on Q3-2013 by holdings with own Investor Relations:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for second quarter 2013

Deutsche Telekom published the Q2-2013 results on Thursday, August 8, 2013.

  • Revenue up +5.4% to € 15.2 billion (+4.5% or € 650 million above consensus of € 14.5 billion) driven by first time consolidation of MetroPCS. Organic revenue growth of +2.1% (excl. consolidation and currency)
  • Adj. EBITDA decline -6.0% to € 4.4 billion (in line with consensus of € 4.4 billion) reflects higher market invest in the US
  • FCF down -33.5% at € 1.1 billion (-2.4% or 30 million below consensus of € 1.1 billion) driven mainly by higher Cash Capex of € 2.1 billion or +27.3%
  • Germany: Return to underlying mobile service revenue growth (+1.0%) against negative market trend - outperfroming competition!
  • USA: Turn around in customer net additions: +1,130k mobile customers, branded postpaid customers +688k, branded postpaid churn at record low level of 1.6%

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the second quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries

Publications on Q2-2013 by listed subsidiaries:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2013

Deutsche Telekom published the Q1-2013 results on Wednesday, May 8, 2013.

  • Group: Strong mobile net adds in Germany and the US, good TV and Fiber net adds in Germany and Europe
  • Group: Revenue decreased 4.5% to 13.8 billion € reflecting ongoing regulatory and economic pressure in Europe and challenger strategy in the US
  • Group: Adj. EBITDA of €4.3 billion (-4.3%) reflects different seasonal pattern of EBITDA development compared to last year – adj. net income grows 31%
  • Group: Full year outlook confirmed
  • DE: Underlying mobile service revenue trend improved to -0.1% - return to positive underlying growth expected for 2013.
  • DE: Growth in key areas: 441k mobile contract net adds, 70k TV net adds and 156k fiber net adds (incl. wholesale)
  • DE: Solid revenue trend (-1.6%) in Q1/13; adj. EBITDA-margin at 40.5%
  • USA: Growth in key areas: +579k mobile customers, branded customer losses stopped, branded postpaid churn down 60bps to 1.9%
  • USA: Adj. EBITDA in US-$ -9% but margin at 25% level
  • USA: Successful uncarrier and iPhone launch
  • EU: Growth in key areas: 72k mobile contract customers, 72k TV customers, 59k broadband customer net adds
  • EU: Revenues impacted by 2.5x higher negative regulatory effect than in Q1/12. Revenues down by -6.9%
  • T-Systems: Adj. EBITDA +23% due to cost reduction – margin improved to 7.5%

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities

Publications on Q1-2013 by listed subsidiaries with own Investor Relations activities:

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Full year results 2014

Deutsche Telekom published the Q4-2012 results on Thursday February 28, 2013.

  • Adjusted EBITDA of EUR 18.0 billion and free cash flow of EUR 6.2 billion
  • Stable dividend proposed of 70 euro cents per share
  • Growth in optical fiber and smartphones in Germany
  • European business convincing in a peer comparison
  • Customer numbers up at T-Mobile USA for the first time since 2009
  • Order entry and margin up at T-Systems
  • Outlook for 2013 confirmed
  • Net debt down EUR 3.3 billion to EUR 36.9 billion

Documents

Consensus

Analysts' Estimates for Q4-2012 and full years 2012-16:
All estimates as of February 20, 2013. The estimates for 2013 and the following years are based on the full consilidation of MetroPCS.

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Holdings with own Investor Relations

Publications on Q4-2012 by major Subsidiaries

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2012

Deutsche Telekom published the Q3-2012 results on Thursday November 8, 2012:

  • Guidance for the full year and dividend statement confirmed
  • Revenue remained at the prior-year level at EUR 14.7 billion
  • Free cash flow up 37 percent to EUR 2.3 billion
  • Adjusted net profit stable on a like-for-like basis
  • Non-cash special accounting factor following MetroPCS deal reduces reported net profit to minus EUR 6.9 billion
  • Debt reduced by EUR 2 billion in the quarter
  • Strong growth in Entertain users, VDSL lines and mobile contract customers in Germany
  • Customer numbers up at T-Mobile USA

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Interview

CEO Interview for Deutsche Telekom's Corporate Blog

(German with English subtitle, 2:23 min, TelekomTV)

Holdings with own Investor Relations

Publications on third Quarter by major Subsidiaries

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2012

  • Q2 EBITDA nearly 3% above consensus. Q2 FCF 10% above consensus. Well on track for FY guidance.
  • Full year guidance fully reiterated. Shareholder remuneration commitment fully reiterated.
  • CEO René Obermann: "We are keeping our word and providing a good deal of reliability to the market with very solid figures."
  • Q2 Net income +76% y.o.y.
  • DE mobile service revenue growing ex Drillisch effect. Excellent operatinals: DE line losses -20% y.o.y. on record low (-236k). DE Entertain +41% y.o.y. Mobile contract net adds +464k.
  • Churn rate of contract customers in USA down to 2.1% from 2.6% a year ago

Documents

Consensus

Here you found the consensus for the first quarter:

Disclaimer for analysts' estimates: The Consensus has been issued by Deutsche Telekom AG for information purposes only and is not intended to constitute investment advice. It is based on estimates and forecasts of various analysts regarding our revenues, earnings and business developments. Such estimates and forecasts cannot be independently verified by reason of the subjective character. Deutsche Telekom gives no guarantee, representation or warranty and is not responsible or liable as to its accuracy and completeness.

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2012

  • Adjusted EBITDA of EUR 4.5 billion at prior-year level
  • 1.1 percent decrease in revenue in first quarter to EUR 14.4 billion
  • Free cash flow almost 6 percent higher than prior-year figure at EUR 1.1 billion
  • 17 percent decrease in adjusted net profit
  • Net debt reduced by more than EUR 3 billion in 12 months
  • Strong customer growth for Entertain
  • Stabilization in Europe, slight growth in U.S.
  • Guidance for the year confirmed
Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Full Year Results 2011

  • Adjusted EBITDA of EUR 18.7 billion and free cash flow of EUR 6.4 billion including negative exchange rate effects
  • Excluding regulatory decisions, net revenue down organically by 2.5 percent to EUR 58.7 billion
  • Adjusted EBITDA margin up by 0.5 percentage points to 31.8 percent based on the same composition of the Group
  • Mobile Internet, IP-TV, and smartphone segments showing continued growth
  • T-Mobile USA to launch LTE in 2013
  • Proposed dividend remains stable at 70 euro cents per share for the 2011 financial year
  • Guidance for the 2012 financial year: adjusted EBITDA of around EUR 18 billion and free cash flow of around EUR 6 billion

Deutsche Telekom met its financial targets for the 2011 financial year despite a difficult business environment for the telecommunications industry as a whole. Adjusted EBITDA was EUR 18.7 billion, with a EUR 0.2 billion negative impact owing to changes in exchange rates. Adjusted for this exchange rate effect included in the forecast, the Group's adjusted EBITDA was EUR 18.9 billion, while Deutsche Telekom's guidance for the year was around EUR 19.1 billion. Exchange rate fluctuations had a EUR 0.1 billion negative impact on free cash flow. The reported figure of EUR 6.4 billion hence corresponds to the forecast figure of EUR 6.5 billion. The Supervisory Board and the Board of Management will propose to the shareholders' meeting on May 24 a stable dividend of 70 cents per share, corresponding to a payout rate of 47 percent of free cash flow.

"In 2011, the Company operated in a challenging environment in every respect, a situation that is not going to change this year," commented René Obermann, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom. "Our capacity for innovation, cost discipline, and readiness for change are vital assets as we prepare to master these challenges in 2012, too."

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2011

  • Revenue from continuing operations down by 4.1 percent in the quarter to EUR 11.0 billion
  • Successful cost-cutting in the third quarter leads to increase in EBITDA margin by 0.5 percentage points
  • Adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations falls 2.7 percent to EUR 3.9 billion
  • Net profit up 14.6 percent to EUR 1.1 billion
  • High adjusted EBITDA margin in Germany of 41.5 percent

Deutsche Telekom has confirmed its financial targets for the full year 2011 with solid third-quarter figures despite persistently difficult conditions characterized by a weak economy and the negative effects of decisions by governments and regulatory authorities in several countries.

Between July and September 2011, adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations - i.e., excluding the discontinued operation in the United States - totaled EUR 3.9 billion, a decline of 2.7 percent compared with the same period last year. Revenue decreased 4.1 percent in the same period to EUR 11.0 billion. Including U.S. business, adjusted EBITDA fell 2.3 percent and revenue de-clined by 6.0 percent.

Net profit increased by 14.6 percent to EUR 1.1 billion, while adjusted net profit grew by 48.9 percent to EUR 1.3 billion. At EUR 1.7 billion, free cash flow in the third quarter was 9.2 percent below the prior-year figure.

"We have once again demonstrated that we can stand our ground in a difficult environment," said René Obermann, Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom. "We cannot afford to be complacent in our efforts as the challenges will continue to intensify."

The company has further trimmed its operating costs, having already saved EUR 1.5 billion in the first nine months of the year with the Save for Service initiative. This has brought the cost base down by EUR 3.9 billion in total since 2010. Save for Service is targeting savings of EUR 4.2 billion for 2010 through 2012. At EUR 2.1 billion in the third quarter of 2011, 3.8 percent above the prior-year figure, the Group's investments - measured in terms of cash capex - remained at a sustained high level.

Deutsche Telekom has confirmed its guidance for the full year 2011. The Group continues to expect adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations of around EUR 14.9 billion. Adjusted EBITDA of around USD 5.5 billion is anti-cipated from business in the United States. Free cash flow of the Group is expected to total at least EUR 6.5 billion.

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2011

Deutsche Telekom maintains strong domestic business and sees improvement in many European markets.

  • Improved revenue trend in continuing operations over course of year
  • Adjusted EBITDA down by 6.5 percent to EUR 4.7 billion, continuing operations down by 2.6 percent
  • Adjusted net profit up by 17 percent to EUR 951 million
  • Free cash flow 19 percent higher than prior-year figure at EUR 1.8 billion
  • Forecast confirmed for full year 2011
  • Margin increases to over 40 percent for business in Germany
  • Positive revenue and margin trends in Europe compared with first quarter
  • IPTV grows by 42 percent in Europe
  • Broadband lines overtake traditional telephone lines in Germany for first time

Deutsche Telekom’s financial figures for the second quarter of 2011 are characterized by significantly improved trends in a number of operational areas and a 17-percent increase in adjusted net profit, causing the adjusted EBITDA margin to rise to over 40 percent. Key figures improved in many European countries compared with the first quarter despite a persistently tough economic environment. In other areas, challenges remain. This is particularly true in the United States.

Further information
Find the 2011 half-year report to download as a PDF along with related materials here from 8 a.m. CET.
The 2011 Q2 conference call for analysts will be broadcast live over the Internet from this homepage: August 4, 2011, from 2 p. m. CET

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2011

Deutsche Telekom on track to meet its full-year targets in 2011

  • Guidance confirmed with more detail following the first quarter
  • Revenue down by 3.0 percent and adjusted EBITDA down by 5.0 percent in the first three months of 2011
  • Mobile Internet, smartphone penetration, and Internet TV growth drivers for the Group
  • Adjusted EBITDA in Germany up by 3.7 percent
  • Revenue from Systems Solutions up by over 6 percent
  • European companies investing in growth
  • Growth trend in data revenue continues apace with a 20 percent rise in the U.S., contract churn rate remains high at 2.4 percent

Deutsche Telekom has confirmed its guidance for the full year following the first quarter of 2011. Business in the first three months was shaped by positive developments overall in Germany and at T Systems, while the companies in the Europe operating segment faced a host of challenges, as did T-Mobile USA.

The first quarter was dominated by the planned sale of T‑Mobile USA to AT&T. This 39-billion-dollar deal represents a value-enhancing solution for business
in the North American market that will also benefit in particular the company's customers in this region. The deal is still subject to legal and regulatory approval in the United States.

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Full year results 2010

Deutsche Telekom brings the 2010 financial year to a successful close and expects almost stable development in 2011.

  • Adjusted EBITDA target achieved, free cash flow guidance exceeded
  • Net profit increased almost five-fold compared with 2009
  • Increased revenue from German operations in fourth quarter
  • Mobile data business increased by almost 30 percent
  • Further improvement in margins at T-Systems
  • Proposed dividend of EUR 0.70
  • Outlook for 2011 promises stability

Deutsche Telekom achieved and, in some cases, even exceeded its financial targets for 2010. The Group recorded adjusted EBITDA of EUR 19.5 billion in the financial year just ended, matching the forecast made at the start of 2010 (excluding the deconsolidated T-Mobile UK that accounted for around EUR 0.5 billion). At EUR 6.5 billion, free cash flow was considerably higher than the EUR 6.2 billion originally expected. Business in Germany was strong, with mobile Internet, smartphones, broad-band lines and Internet-based (IPTV) television as the growth drivers.

Net revenue increased by 0.4 percent to EUR 62.4 billion excluding the UK. At EUR 3.4 billion, adjusted net profit was on a par with the 2009 figure. Unadjusted for special factors, net profit stood at EUR 1.7 billion, a substantial increase from EUR 0.4 billion in the previous year.

"We delivered solid figures in 2010. We have battled through the headwind caused by the economic environment, special taxes in several countries, and stiff competition. I am particularly pleased about the slight increase in revenue," said René Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom. "At the same time, we have started to implement our new strategy and invested in the future. You have to sow before you can reap."

Find the annual report 2010 here for download on February 25, 2011 at 8 a. m.

The conference call for analysts will be streamed live here at 2 p. m. (CET).

Bilanz-Q3-en

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2010

Deutsche Telekom confirms its guidance for the full year 2010.

Deutsche Telekom has confirmed its guidance for the full year following a solid third quarter. Excluding the effects of the joint venture in the United Kingdom, Deutsche Telekom expects to generate adjusted EBITDA of approximately EUR 20 billion and free cash flow of at least EUR 6.2 billion. By the end of the first nine months, adjusted EBITDA amounted to EUR 14.9 billion, while free cash flow stood at EUR 4.8 billion.

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2010

Deutsche Telekom posts strong second quarter and confirms its guidance for 2010.

  • Adjusted EBITDA of EUR 9.9 billion half way through the year
  • Net profit of EUR 1.2 billion at end of half-year, compared with loss of EUR 0.6 billion in prior year
  • Free cash flow up 61 percent to EUR 2.9 billion for the half-year
  • Strong growth in mobile data continues: up 28 percent in the first six months
  • Business in Germany recorded almost stable revenue in the second quarter coupled with an increase in earnings
  • 106,000 net additions to the contract customer base in the United States in the second quarter
  • Margin in the Europe segment largely stable
  • Systems Solutions: Revenue growing, EBIT margin improved

Deutsche Telekom continued the healthy development of the first quarter of 2010 in the period April to June and confirms its guidance for the full year. Revenue in the Germany operating segment stabilized in the second quarter and, at the same time, adjusted EBITDA increased. T-Mobile USA continued its strong growth in the mobile data sector and recorded an increase in the number of contract customers for the first time after three quarters. The EBITDA margin remained at a high level in the Europe segment despite negative regulatory and economic factors impacting several markets. T-Systems increased revenue generated outside the Deutsche Telekom Group and internationally, and improved its EBIT margin.

Symbolbild Quartalszahlen Deutsche Telekom AG

Financial Results for First Quarter 2010

  • Adjusted net profit up 36 percent
  • Free cash flow more than tripled to EUR 1.4 billion
  • German mobile market leadership consolidated
  • Data revenue per user in the United States increased by USD 1.50
  • Stable development in Southern and Eastern Europe in the first quarter

Deutsche Telekom got off to a good start in the 2010 financial year, recording sound figures in the first quarter. Adjusted EBITDA increased by 1.6 percent compared with the first quarter of 2009 to EUR 4.9 billion. With revenue almost stable – down 0.6 percent to EUR 15.8 billion – the adjusted EBITDA margin improved by 0.6 percentage points to 30.9 percent.

The development of adjusted net profit was particularly encouraging, increasing by 36 percent year-on-year to EUR 0.9 billion. Unadjusted net profit jumped by just under EUR 2 billion from EUR ‑1.1 billion to EUR +0.8 billion. The free cash flow trend was also impressive, with free cash flow of EUR 1.4 billion being recorded in the first three months of 2010, up from EUR 0.4 billion in the first quarter of 2009.

Full year results 2009

  • Strong performance in Germany and at T-Systems
  • OTE contributes EUR 2 billion to Group's adjusted EBITDA
  • Board of Management and Supervisory Board propose dividend of EUR 0.78

Deutsche Telekom has achieved its revised financial guidance for the full year 2009, increasing the Group’s profit margin.

While revenue increased 4.8 percent to EUR 64.6 billion compared with 2008, adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) grew 6.2 percent to EUR 20.7 billion.

This resulted in an adjusted EBITDA margin of 32.0 percent, up from 31.6 percent the previous year. The increase in profitability is even more marked in the fourth quarter of 2009: while revenue increased 0.6 percent year-on-year, adjusted EBITDA rose by 8.6 percent.

Third quarter report 2009

  • Net revenue of the Group increased by 6.2 percent year-on-year in the first nine months of 2009 to EUR 48.4 billion.
  • Domestic net revenue was EUR 21.0 billion, EUR 0.6 billion lower than in the first nine months of 2008. International net revenue increased year-on-year
    by EUR 3.5 billion to EUR 27.4 billion. The proportion of net revenue generated outside Germany increased from 52.6 percent to 56.7 percent.
  • Group EBITDA in the first nine months of 2009 rose to EUR 15.4 billion compared with EUR 14.4 billion in the prior-year period. Group EBITDA adjusted
    for special factors1 increased from EUR 14.8 billion in the prior-year period to EUR 15.6 billion.
  • Net profit amounted to EUR 0.4 billion in the first nine months of 2009, compared with a net profit of EUR 2.2 billion in the first three quarters of 2008.
  • Net profit adjusted for special factors amounted to EUR 2.5 billion, slightly lower than in the first nine months of 2008.
  • Free cash flow before dividend payments was EUR 5.1 billion compared with EUR 5.8 billion in the first three quarters of 2008.
  • Net debt increased by EUR 4.2 billion compared with the end of 2008 to EUR 42.4 billion.

Deutsche Telekom posts good figures to continue the positive development of the prior quarter. The Group therefore confirms its guidance for the year as adjusted in April despite the recent negative development in exchange rates, particularly the marked weakness of the U.S. dollar against the euro over the course of the year. Cost-cutting measures and improvements in efficiency continue to bear fruit: Deutsche Telekom posted year-on-year increases in profitability in all operating segments between July and September.

Second quarter report 2009

Having recorded positive business development in the second quarter, Deutsche Telekom is well on its way to achieving its targets for 2009. The Group increased its net revenue by 7.4 percent in the second quarter to EUR 16.2 billion and EBITDA adjusted for special factors by 8.4 percent to EUR 5.3 billion. Adjusted net profit grew by 19.4 percent year-on-year in the second quarter to EUR 0.8 billion. The Greek company OTE contributed EUR 1.5 billion to net revenue and EUR 0.5 billion to adjusted EBITDA of the Group in the second quarter of 2009.

First quarter report 2009

  • Reported revenue increased by 6.2 percent to EUR 15.9 billion.
  • At EUR 4.8 billion, the Group's adjusted EBITDA was up 2.7 percent on the previous year.
  • Adjusted net profit declined by 12.7 percent to EUR 0.7 billion.
  • The number of mobile customers increased by 6.8 percent to a total of 148.4 million.
  • The number of DSL lines increased year-on-year by 8.0 percent to 17.0 million.
2009 First quarter reportFile
Consolidated balance sheet Download (xls, 24.5 KB)
Consolidated cash flow statement Download (xls, 22.5 KB)
Consolidated income statement Download (xls, 22.5 KB)
Deutsche Telekom at a glance Download (xls, 28.0 KB)
Development BBFN Download (xls, 22.5 KB)
Development GHS Download (xls, 20.5 KB)
Development Mobile Communications Download (xls, 38.5 KB)
Development System Solutions Download (xls, 21.5 KB)
Earnings per share Download (xls, 16.0 KB)
Reconciliation consolidated income statement Download (xls, 28.5 KB)
Reconciliation gross-net debt Download (xls, 17.5 KB)

Third quarter report 2008

Deutsche Telekom asserted its position in the third quarter of 2008 despite the difficult market environment.

  • Reported revenue declined by 1.5 percent to EUR 15.5 billion.
  • At EUR 5.3 billion, the Group's adjusted EBITDA was up 2.4 percent on the previous year.
  • Adjusted net profit rose by 12.0 percent to EUR 1.2 billion.
  • Free cash flow declined by 38.4 percent compared with the third quarter of 2007 to EUR 2.2 billion.
  • The number of mobile customers increased by 8.3 percent to a total of 126.7 million.
  • The number of broadband lines increased year-on-year by 11.2 percent to 14.8 million

First quarter report 2008

Deutsche Telekom has got off to a sound start in the 2008 financial year with its first-quarter results.

Adjusted EBITDA of the Group remained stable at EUR 4.7 billion compared with the prior-year figure. Reported EBITDA of EUR 5.0 billion came in 9.1 percent above the previous year's figure. Reported net profit increased year-on-year by EUR 0.5 billion to EUR 0.9 billion for the first quarter of 2008. Net profit adjusted for special factors increased by 33.2 percent to
EUR 0.75 billion.

Download relevant Excel spreadsheets:

2008 first quarterfile / size*
Deutsche Telekom at a glance Download (xls, 28.5 KB)
Earnings per share Download (xls, 17.0 KB)
Consolidated balance sheet Download (xls, 26.0 KB)
Consolidated statement of income Download (xls, 21.5 KB)
Reconciliation of the statement of income Download (xls, 31.5 KB)
Consolidated statement of cash flows Download (xls, 24.5 KB)
Reconciliation of gross and net debt Download (xls, 19.0 KB)
Statement of recognized income and expense Donwload (xls, 20.0 KB)
Broadband/Fixed-network Download (xls, 24.0 KB)
Mobile Communications Download (xls, 39.0 KB)
Business Customers Download (xls, 24.0 KB)
Group Headquarters & Shared Services Download (xls, 22.0 KB)

Third quarter report 2007

Deutsche Telekom published its Group report on the development of the business from January 1, 2007, to September 30, 2007, on November 8, 2007.

During the third quarter of 2007, Deutsche Telekom stabilized its business in Germany and recorded further growth internationally, primarily with its mobile communications activities. While the Group’s total revenue in the first three quarters rose by 2.8 percent year-on-year to EUR 46.7 billion, its international revenue improved by 14.4 percent. At EUR 23.7 billion, Deutsche Telekom’s international revenue consequently accounts for roughly half (50.7 percent) of its total revenue.

Deutsche Telekom expects to meet its adjusted EBITDA forecast of around EUR 19 billion for the financial year and has almost reached its target of EUR 6 billion ahead of schedule with free cash flow amounting to EUR 5.8 billion at the end of the third quarter. The Group therefore anticipates that its free cash flow (before payment of dividends) will actually exceed projections and reach around EUR 6.5 billion in 2007.

Second quarter report 2007

Deutsche Telekom published its Group report on August 9, 2007, on the development of the business from January 1, 2007, to June 30, 2007, and confirmed its financial targets for 2007.

Deutsche Telekom continued to strengthen its international position and recorded significant revenue growth on international markets during the first half of 2007. Overall, net revenue increased by 3.5 percent year-on-year to EUR 31 billion in the first six months of the year. At Group level, adjusted EBITDA fell by 2.1 percent in the first half of 2007 to EUR 9.6 billion. The Group’s performance nevertheless picked up in the second quarter with an increase of 1.8 percent, contrasting with the 5.8 percent decrease year-on-year in the first three months.

International revenue rose by 14.6 percent in the first half of the year to EUR 15.6 billion. Deutsche Telekom thus generated over half of its revenue outside Germany.

Full year results 2006

Service. More than just a promise. Deutsche Telekom's 2006 annual report.

Two contrasting developments shaped Deutsche Telekom's operations in the 2006 financial year: intense competition together with a major drop in prices on the domestic market and further growth in international business. Overall, net revenue increased by 2.9 percent year-on-year to EUR 61.3 billion. Based on adjusted net profit of EUR 3.9 billion and free cash flow (excluding the investment in mobile communications spectrum in the United States) of EUR 5.7 billion, the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board will propose a dividend of EUR 0.72 per share to the shareholders' meeting on May 3, 2007.

Full year results 2005

Setting the pace of excellence. That's the motto of Deutsche Telekom's 2005 annual report which was published on March 2, 2006.

Deutsche Telekom has clearly achieved its financial targets for the 2005 financial year and has continued its profitable growth.

Supported by the "Excellence Program," revenue increased by 3.9 percent to EUR 59.6 billion and adjusted EBITDA by 5.7 percent to EUR 20.7 billion. Based on the 26.7-percent increase in adjusted net profit to EUR 4.7 billion, the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board intend to propose to the shareholders' meeting a dividend of EUR 0.72 per share, an increase of EUR 0.10. This is the highest dividend in the company's history. At the same time, the Board of Management confirmed plans for the 2006 and 2007 financial years.

The annual report is also available as an interactive online version with numerous service and download offers.

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2005

Deutsche Telekom has continued on the path to meeting Group targets in the first nine months of 2005. Compared with the prior-year period, revenue in the first nine months of 2005 increased by 3.6 percent to EUR 44.2 billion; adjusted EBITDA exceeded this growth, rising by five percent to EUR 15.6 billion. Our target of achieving adjusted EBITDA of between EUR 20.7 billion and EUR 21.0 billion for the full year was reaffirmed through the results of the first nine months of 2005.

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2005

Deutsche Telekom AG presented its results for the first half-year of 2005 on August 11.

Deutsche Telekom increased its profitability further in the first half of 2005. While the net revenue of the Group increased by 3.0 percent year-on-year to EUR 29.1 billion in the first half of 2005, adjusted EBITDA improved by 5.7 percent to EUR 10.1 billion, taking adjusted EBITDA at the end of the half-year past the EUR 10 billion mark for the first time.

Financial Results for First Quarter 2005

Deutsche Telekom AG presented its results for the first three months of 2005 on May 12. Net revenue in the Group increased by 3.5 percent, from EUR 13.9 billion to EUR 14.4 billion with about 40 percent of Deutsche Telekom's revenue being generated outside Germany in Q1 2005.

With the 2005 first quarter report, Deutsche Telekom has switched its financial reporting from GAAP to IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) for the first time.

Financial Results for First Quarter 2005

Deutsche Telekom has converted its financial reporting to IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) starting with the report for the first quarter of 2005. In accordance with a regulation of the European Parliament and Council, listed companies within the European Union are obliged to prepare their consolidated financial statements in accordance with IFRS as of January 1, 2005. IFRS will replace German GAAP in Deutsche Telekom's external reporting.

We have drawn up a detailed reconciliation report and a presentation to explain the conversion to the new accounting methods and the main effects this will have.

Final IFRS historic numbers

In connection with the preparation of its first-time adoption of audited International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) consolidated financial statements as of December 31, 2003, 2004 and 2005, Deutsche Telekom determined that certain adjustments should be made to its IFRS opening balance sheet as of January 1, 2003, and to the quarterly information previously published in 2005. Overall, there was no significant impact on the results of operations, financial position or cash flows of the prior periods.

Final IFRS

Final IFRS historic numbers
In connection with the preparation of its first-time adoption of audited International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) consolidated financial statements as of December 31, 2003, 2004 and 2005, Deutsche Telekom determined that certain adjustments should be made to its IFRS opening balance sheet as of January 1, 2003, and to the quarterly information previously published in 2005. Overall, there was no significant impact on the results of operations, financial position or cash flows of the prior periods.

Full year results 2004

Making tomorrow happen. That's the motto of Deutsche Telekom's 2004 Annual report which was published on March 15, 2005. In addition to the printed edition, Deutsche Telekom also offers the 2004 Annual report in an interactive online version.

The online report offers many services besides the content offered in the print version: You can, for example, download specific chapters from the report to your computer or collect them in an information basket. The Annual Report's most important tables are also available as downloadable Excel files, and the Download Center gives you a listing of all the chapters and tables available for download.

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2004

Deutsche Telekom continued its growth course in the third quarter of 2004 while substantially increasing profitability. Based on this positive trend in the first nine months of 2004, the Board of Management further substantiated its expectations for the full year and, in some cases, increased them considerably. Net income will be around EUR 3.2 billion, compared with the previous target of EUR 2.5 billion. Based on this expectation, the Board of Management is aiming to pay a dividend of EUR 0.62 for the 2004 financial year.

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2004

Deutsche Telekom AG released its results for the first half year of 2004 on August 12.

The Group expects significant increase in net income. In organic terms, excluding changes in the consolidated group and exchange rate fluctuations, net revenue increased by around 7.4 percent in the first 6 months of 2004.

Reported net revenue was up by 4.4 percent to approximately EUR 28.4 billion. Group EBITDA increased by 11.0 percent year-on-year from EUR 9.6 billion to EUR 10.7 billion with adjusted EBITDA up by 3.2 percent to EUR 9.4 billion.

Financial Results for First Quarter 2004

Deutsche Telekom AG released its results for the first three months of 2004 on May 13. Revenues climbed 2.7 percent year-to-year to almost 14 billion euros. The Group continued its profitable growth in the first quarter of the year despite a difficult competitive and regulatory environment, particularly in Germany.

Organic growth was even stronger at 7.5 percent overall. Adjusted EBITDA grew by 2.4 percent to 4.6 billion euro. Here, too, organic increases were even more marked at 6.2 percent.

Adjusted profit doubled to 227 million euro compared with the first quarter of 2003, despite the fact that the Group even though 148 million euros were reserved for possible impending losses from the Toll Collect project. Free cash flow grew substantially to 2.9 billion euros for the quarter, compared to just 2 billion euros a year ago. Net debt was cut by another 2 billion euros since the end of 2003, to 44.6 billion euros.

Download relevant Excel spreadsheets:

First quarter 2004file / size*
Deutsche Telekom at a glance Download (xls, 25.5 KB)
Consolidated balance sheet Download (xls, 33.0 KB)
Consolidated statement of income Download (xls, 38.0 KB)
Consolidated statement of cash flows Download (xls, 21.5 KB)
Gross and net debt Download (xls, 33.5 KB)
Development of operations
Division T-Com Download (xls, 32.5 KB)
Division T-Mobile Download (xls, 38.0 KB)
Division T-Online Download (xls, 37.0 KB)
Division T-Systems Download (xls, 36.0 KB)
Group Headquarters &Shared Services Download (xls, 36.0 KB)

Full year results 2003

Spirit. Commitment. Success. That's the motto of Deutsche Telekom's 2003 Annual Report which was published on March 30, 2004.

In addition to the printed edition, Deutsche Telekom also offers the 2003 Annual Report in an interactive online-version.

The online report offers many services besides the content offered in the print version: You can, for example, download specific chapters from the report to your computer or collect them in an information basket. The Annual Report's most important tables are also available as downloadable Excel files, and the Download Center gives you a listing of all the chapters and tables available for download.

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2003

  • Net revenue increased by 5.4 percent year-on-year from EUR 39.2 billion to EUR 41.3 billion in the first nine months.
  • Net income in third quarter of 2003 up by EUR 21.1 billion year-on-year to EUR 0.5 billion; year-on-year increase of EUR 26.1 billion in the first nine months to EUR 1.6 billion.
  • Group EBITDA1 in third quarter of 2003 up by 22.5 percent year-on-year from EUR 3.8 billion to EUR 4.7 billion; year-on-year increase in the first nine months of 25.6 percent from EUR 11.4 billion to EUR 14.3 billion.
  • Adjusted Group EBITDA1 increased for seven consecutive quarters; up 12.1 percent year-on-year from EUR 4.2 billion to EUR 4.7 billion in the third quarter and by 15.3 percent from EUR 12.0 billion to EUR 13.8 billion in the first nine months.
  • Net debt EUR 49.2 billion at September 30, 2003; “6+6 program” successfully completed ahead of schedule.
  • Free cash flow2 before dividend more than increased significantly from EUR 4.7 billion to EUR 7.4 billion.
  • Investments in property, plant and equipment and intangible assets (excluding goodwill) reduced from EUR 5.3 billion to EUR 3.5 billion in a year-on-year comparison of the first nine months.

1 Deutsche Telekom defines EBITDA as the results from ordinary business activities excluding other taxes, net financial income/expense, amortization and depreciation. A detailed explanation of the special factors affecting EBITDA, adjusted EBITDA and the adjusted EBITDA margin can be found under “Reconciliation of pro forma figures”. 2 Deutsche Telekom defines free cash flow as cash generated from operations minus interest payments and cash outflows for investments in property, plant and equipment and intangible assets (excluding goodwill). For the calculation of free cash flow please refer to “Reconciliation of pro forma figures”.

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2003

  • Group revenue increased by 5.7 percent year-on-year to EUR 27.2 billion in the first half-year
  • Net income up by EUR 5.0 billion to EUR 1.1 billion
  • Adjusted EBITDA increased to a greater extent than revenue, by 17 percent compared with prior-year period to EUR 9.1 billion
  • Free cash flow improved from EUR 2.8 billion to EUR 4.0 billion
  • Net debt reduced by EUR 11.3 billion to EUR 53.0 billion compared with EUR 64.3 billion as of September 30, 2002
  • The Board of Management aims to reinstate dividend payments for the 2004 financial year

Financial Results for First Quarter 2003

  • Net income of EUR 0.85 billion in the first quarter 2003 compared with net loss of EUR 1.8 billion in the same period 2002
  • Net debt reduced to EUR 56.3 billion by end of March compared with EUR 61.1 billion at the end of 2002 Revenue increased by 6.6 percent to EUR 13.6 billion
  • EBITDA improved by almost 30 percent to EUR 4.9 billion, EBITDA excluding special factors increased by a good 18 percent to EUR 4.5 billion
  • Net cash provided by operating activities increased by 36 percent to EUR 3.1 billion; free cash flow increased by almost a factor of six to around EUR 2 billion
  • Goal for EBITDA (excluding special factors) set at EUR 17.2 billion to EUR 17.7 billion for the full financial year compared with previous plan of EUR 16.7 billion to EUR 17.7 billion

Full year results 2002

"Focused" - that's the motto of Deutsche Telekom's annual report for 2002.

The "focus" of the Group: to secure the future through consistent debt reduction and earnings-focused growth. With its four divisions T-Com, T-Mobile, T-Systems and T-Online, Deutsche Telekom is positioning itself as a leader in broadband and innovation in the convergence market of information technology and telecommunications.

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2002

  • Kai-Uwe Ricke appointed new Chairman of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom AG.
  • Strategic review completed; resulting special influencesa of EUR -19.3 billionafter taxes.
  • Program of measures to further debt reduction established.
  • Board of Management and Supervisory Board will propose not to pay adividend for the 2002 financial year.
  • Group revenue, including changes to the composition of the Deutsche TelekomGroup, increased by 12.0 % to EUR 39.2 billion.
  • Adjusted Group EBITDAb increase (excluding special influences) of 5.6 %compared with same period last year to around EUR 12.0 billion.
  • Net loss of EUR 24.5 billion, mainly attributable to non-scheduled write-downsof goodwill and licenses in mobile communications; excluding specialinfluences, adjusted net loss of EUR 4.2 billion.
  • Reduction of net debtc by 1.8% to EUR 64.0 billion, compared withEUR 65.2 billion at September 30, 2001.
  • Free cash flowd increased from EUR 6 million to around EUR 4.7 billion.

a See Reconciliation of special influences and strategic review
b See Reconciliation of adjusted EBITDA.
c Debt excluding liquid assets (Sept. 30, 2002: EUR 1.9 billion; Sept. 30,2001: EUR 1.3 billion), marketable securities and other investments in noncurrentsecurities (Sept. 30, 2002: EUR 0.7 billion; Sept. 30, 2001:EUR 1.5 billion) and interest rate and currency swaps (Sept. 30, 2002:EUR 0.1 billion; Sept. 30, 2001: EUR 0.2 billion).
d See Reconciliation of free cash flow.

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2002

  • Group revenue increased by 14.6 % to EUR 25.8 billion.
  • Group EBITDAa increase (excluding special influences) of 7.2 % approximately to EUR 7.8 billion.
  • Net loss of EUR 3.9 billion, mainly attributable to depreciation and amortization relating to newly consolidated companies; excluding special influences, net loss of EUR 3.1 billion.
  • Net debt reduced by 9.6 % to EUR 64.2 billion by the end of the first half of 2002 from EUR 71.0 billion at June 30, 2001.
  • Capital expenditure reduced by around 17.6 % to EUR 3.1 billion.
  • Net cash provided by operating activitiesb increased by 40.8 % to EUR 6.6 billion.
  • EBITDAa at T-Com at EUR 5.0 billion, the same level as in the previous year.
  • T-Systems increased its EBITDAa compared with the same period in the previous year by 42.6 % to EUR 509 million.
  • EBITDAa at T-Mobile increased by approximately EUR 1.2 billion, or 86 %, to around EUR 2.6 billion.
  • T-Online division generated positive EBITDAa of EUR 82 million from EUR -52 million in the first half of 2001.
  • With more than 525,000 net new subscribers in the second quarter, VoiceStream/Powertel recorded one of the highest net subscriber increases of all mobile communications operators in the U.S.

a There were no special influences included in the EBITDA of the T-Com, T-Systems, T-Mobile and T-Online divisions in the first half of 2001 or the first half of 2002.
b See the notes to the consolidated statement of cash flows.

Financial Results for First Quarter 2002

  • Group revenue increased by 15% to EUR 12.8 billion.
  • Group EBITDA grew by 4.4% to EUR 3.8 billion.
  • Cash generated from operations increased by 14% to EUR 2.9 billion.
  • Proposed dividend of EUR 0.37 per share.
  • EBITDA margin of T-Systems increased significantly to approximately 10 %.
  • EBITDA of T-Mobile more than doubled, increasing by EUR 621 million to approximately EUR 1.2 billion.
  • EBITDA of T-Online division positive.
  • Number of proportionate mobile communications subscribers increased by more than 20 % to 52.4 million.
  • T-Com further promotes migration to advanced lines through the growth of T-DSL and ISDN; number of T-DSL lines sold increased 170 % to 2.3 million customers; 13.4 % growth recorded for ISDN with 21.1 million channels now in operation.
  • Number of T-Online subscribers increased by 28% to 11.2 million.
  • Increase in net loss from EUR -0.4 billion to EUR -1.8 billion, mainly attributable to amortization of newly consolidated companies.

Full year results 2001

Modern teams - the financial year 2001

  • More than 100 million customer relationships in our four core divisions.
  • One of the largest voice communication carriers in the global market.
  • Among the largest mobile service providers in the world, with around 67 million customers served by companies in which we have a majority or a minority shareholding.
  • An excellent position in the transatlantic mobile communications business.
  • Including its points of presence in important European markets, T-Online is one of the largest Internet service providers in Europe in terms of customer base and revenue.
  • T-Systems is the second-largest system solutions provider in Europe.

Financial Results for Third Quarter 2001

  • Revenue increased by 20 % to EUR 35.0 billion after nine months
  • Cash generated from operations increased by one fifth to EUR 10.4 billion
  • Net income minus EUR 1 billion
  • Net debt reduced by EUR 5.8 billion in the third quarter to EUR 65.2 billion
  • Strong growth in T-DSL, ISDN, mobile and online subscribers

Documents

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2001

  • Acquisition of VoiceStream and Powertel completed successfully
  • Group revenue increased by 17 %to EUR 22.5 billion
  • International proportion of total revenue reaches 23 %
  • Group EBITDA increase,excluding special influences6,of 12 % to EUR 7.2 billion
  • EBITDA from mobile communications more than doubled compared with the first half of 2000 to EUR 1.4 billion
  • T-D1 market leader in Germany
  • Number of T-DSL lines reaches 1 million
  • Continued strong growth in ISDN
  • Offer filed to increase stake in the Croatian company Hrvatske telekomunikacije k.k.to 51 %
  • Sale of Sprint shares generates high one-time proceeds
  • Successful issue of euro bond for EUR 8 billion
  • Deutsche Telekom maintains "A-"-rating for bonds

Documents

Financial Results for First Quarter 2001

  • Continued customer growth and marked increase in revenue in all four pillars
  • Group revenue increased by 16.2 percent to EUR 11.1 billion
  • Group EBITDA EUR 3.6 billion
  • All regulatory approvals for the acquisition of VoiceStream and Powertel have been given
  • Registration of sale of Sprint FON shares on track with the SEC
  • Stake in Czech Radiomobil increased to 60.8 percent at April 1,2001
  • Acquisition of 51 percent majority stake in Macedonian Telekom via MATÁV
  • Deutsche Telekom signs letter of intent with the Klesch-Liberty Media consortium for the sale of the remaining cable regions
  • Board of Management restructured

Documents

Full year results 2000

  • More than 600,000 T-DSL lines sold by the end of 2000.
  • Still the world 's leading ISDN provider with over 17 million ISDN channels.
  • Unabated growth of customer base in mobile communications: T-Mobil doubled subscriber figures to total of more than 19 million. Through its consolidated companies, T-Mobile International served over 31 million subscribers. At the end of 2000, some 42 million users had subscribed to mobile services offered by Deutsche Telekom's subsidiaries and filiated companies around the globe.
  • Entry into the American wireless market through our planned acquisition of VoiceStream/Powertel.
  • With around 8 million subscribers, T-Online is market leader in Internet access and boasts a reach that ranks top among European providers.
  • With a majority shareholding in debis Systemhaus, we are on our way to becoming a European e-business leader.

Third quarter results 2000

  • Planned acquisition of the U.S.mobile carrier Powertel to make a major contribution to the nationwide coverage of the U.S.mobile communications market
  • Deutsche Telekom and One 2 One agree credit lines with a total equivalent value of EUR 18 billion with bank consortium
  • Ya.com acquisition enables T-Online to enter Spanish and Portuguese Internet markets
  • Continued strong subscriber growth in mobile communications,T-Online and ISDN
  • Federal Cartel Office approves Deutsche Telekom's acquisition of a majority shareholding in debis Systemhaus without imposing any restrictions
  • T-Mobile International acquires UMTS license in the Netherlands and stake in Dutch mobile carrier BEN for approximately EUR 1 billion
  • max.mobil.acquires UMTS license in Austria for approximately EUR 170 million
  • Deutsche Telekom shareholders receive approximately 10 million bonus shares

Financial Results for Second Quarter 2000

  • Planned acquisition of the mobile communications operator VoiceStream will open up fastest growing telecommunications sector in the USA for Deutsche Telekom
  • Deutsche Telekom acquires UMTS license in Germany for EUR 8.5 billion
  • Following successful initial public offering of T-Online, first sale of T-Shares held by the Federal Republic/KfW was oversubscribed 3.5 times as a global offering
  • Largest bond in history with an equivalent value of US$14.6 billion issued successfully
  • Continued strong growth in number of subscribers for mobile communications, T-Online and ISDN
  • Sale of stake in Italian company Wind to generate tax-free income of approximately EUR 2.3 billion
  • Deutsche Telekom increases its stake in the Hungarian company MATÁV to 59.53 %for approximately EUR 2.3 billion
  • Deutsche Telekom acquires the majority stake in the leading Slovakian telecommunications company Slovenske telekomunikácie for EUR 1 billion
  • Deutsche Telekom increases its stake in the Swiss fixed-network company Multilink SA to 100 %

Documents

Financial Results for First Quarter 2000

  • Successful offering of T-Online despite difficult market environment
  • Joint venture planned with debis makes Deutsche Telekom second-largest systems house in Europe
  • Revenue increases despite continued competitive pressure
  • Net income taken on a comparable basis remains at previous year 's level
  • Growth in mobile communications, online and ISDN accelerates
  • Continuation of internationalization strategy with purchase of 99.9 % of Club Internet in France and majority shareholding in Radiomobil in the Czech Republic,as well as increased shareholding in max.mobil.
  • Sale of shares in Global One generates tax-free proceeds of EUR 2.9 billion in the first quarter
  • Sale of majority shareholdings in the broadband cable network in North-Rhine/Westphalia and Hesse

Documents

Full year results 1999

  • Consolidation of market leadership in Europe
  • The market capitalisation of Deutsche Telekom grew to over Euro 215 billion in 1999
  • Proposed dividend 0,62 Euro for 1999
  • Second capital increase makes the T-Share a real Euroland share
  • Focus on our 4 strategic pillars, Mobile, Consumer Internet, Data/IP/ Systems and Access
  • Growth in revenues due to booming growth areas and international acquisitions
  • Revenues for call charges decreased further due to tariff cuts
  • Revenues from network communications now account for less than 50% of group revenues compared to 58% in 1998

Financial Results for Third Quarter 1999

  • Continued strong growth in online, mobile communications and ISDN
  • T-Mobil surpasses 1998 results after only nine months of 1999
  • Revenue decreases resulting from price cuts in the fixed network almost compensated by growth areas and acquisitions
  • Lower income due to reduced margins in fixed-network activities in Germany
  • Consistent continuation of internationalization strategy with acquisitions in Central and Eastern Europe and in France
  • Considerable future contribution to results expected from sale of shares in Sprint
  • Consolidation of One 2 One generates additional revenue, but also negative effect on results from goodwill and take-over of on-going losses in fourth quarter
  • Partial sale of broadband cable network in first half of 2000, value expected to increase further as result of subsequent flotations

Financial Results for Second Quarter 1999

  • Successful completion of largest capital increase ever
  • Acquisition of 100% of UK mobile communications operator One 2 One
  • Public offering of mobile communications and online activities under consideration
  • T-Aktie significantly outperforms market
  • Group net income Euro 951 million compared with Euro 996 million in first half of 1998
  • Price cuts lead to considerable decrease in revenue, return on sales and cash flow in telephone network communications
  • Conclusion of first contracts for majority sale of cable network expected in second half of the year

Documents

Financial Results for First Quarter 1999

  • Planned business combination with Telecom Italia
  • Capital increase of up to 286 million shares, probably in June 1999
  • Considerable tariff cuts for long-distance traffic
  • Uninterrupted growth in ISDN, T-D1 and T-Online
  • Costs reduced further
  • Income at same level as least year
  • Decrease in revenue from telephone network communications
  • Broadband cable business established as wholly-owned subsidiary

Documents

Full year results 1998

  • Strong growth in volume and revenue
  • Positive development in first-quarter results
  • Improvements in loss-making business areas
  • Workforce reduction and debt repayment continuing according to plan
  • Plan to establish accruals as of June 30. 1998 for cable TV business
  • Other regulatory decisions still to come, representing considerable influence on results
  • Further competitors entering the market, in particular fourth mobile communications perator

Financial Results for Third Quarter 1998

​​​​​​​

  • Increase in revenue in line with expectations
  • Positive trends continue in amortization and depreciation, interest expense and loss-making activities
  • Innovative tariff models boost growth in number of T-Mobil customers
  • Continued growth in ISDN and T-Online
  • Stagnation of revenue due to market share losses in domestic long-distance calls
  • Application submitted for aggressive tariff measures
  • Decision taken on further cost-cutting measures
  • Qualified statement on outlook for the future only possible after decisions from the Regulatory Authority

Documents

Second quarter results 1998

  • Growth in revenue and income
  • Decrease in losses from cable TV, terminal equipment and special value-added services
  • Marked improvement of cash flow
  • Open regulatory decisions as a considerable source of uncertainty
  • Losses at Global One and provision for risks for Southeast Asia
  • Increase in goods and services purchased

First quarter results 1998

  • Strong growth in volume and revenue
  • Positive development in first-quarter results
  • Improvements in loss-making business areas
  • Workforce reduction and debt repayment continuing
    according to plan
  • Plan to establish accruals as of June 30, 1998 for cable
    TV business
  • Other regulatory decisions still to come, representing
    considerable influence on results
  • Further competitors entering the market, in particular
    fourth mobile communications operator

Documents

Full year results 1995

Deutsche Telekom publishes the financial figures for 1995

Dokumente

The next Investor Relations events in detail

Your Contact

You have questions about the Telekom Share, financial reports or similar topics? Contact us!

Allgemein_X

Investor Relations

Deutsche Telekom

investor.relations@telekom.de

Phone: +49 228 181‐88880

Fax: +49 228 181‐88899

investor.relations@telekom.de

vCard

Address

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 140, 53113 Bonn

FAQ