Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation operates in the Telephone communications, exc. radio sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares NTT with three other
Asian telephone companies:
Telstra Corporation Limited
sales of 21.56 billion Australian Dollars [US$15.62 billion]
of which 56%
was Telstra Consumer and Small Business),
Singapore Telecommunications Limited
(15.64 billion Singapore Dollars [US$11.55 billion]
of which 56%
was Group Consumer), and
(5.31 trillion Japanese Yen [US$47.97 billion]
of which 85%
During the first
quarter of 2022, sales at NTT totalled
an increase of 4.6%
from the ¥2.77 trillion in sales at the company during the first quarter of 2021.
Sales at NTT appear to have some seasonality: during each of the previous 9
years, sales have been highest during the fourth quarter, which has accounted for
between 25.5% and 26.8%
of the annual
NTT reported sales of ¥11.94 trillion (US$107.85 billion)
March of 2021.
a very small
increase of 0.4%
versus 2020, when the company's sales were ¥11.90 trillion.
This was the fourth straight year of sales growth at NTT.
The sales level in 2021 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2016, NTT had sales
of ¥11.54 trillion.
Sales of Regional Communication Services saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
5.0% in 2021, from
¥2.38 trillion to ¥2.50 trillion.
NTT also saw significant increases in sales in
Mobile Services (up 1.2% to ¥4.64 trillion)
Data Communications Services (up 2.0% to ¥2.17 trillion)
Not all segments of NTT experienced an increase in sales in 2021:
sales of Other Businesses fell 6.2% to ¥668.55 billion.