Financial Results 1999

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


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


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