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- Overview of Fiscal Year 2009.3
CTC FY 2009.3 Results Operating Revenue Operating Income JCN FY 2009.3 Results Operating Revenue Operating Income ￥57.8 bil. ￥5.1 bil. ￥39.2 bil. ?￥7.1 bil. KDDI supplies consumers and corporate clients with a full range of fixed-line telecommunications services, such as voice telephony and data transmission services including broadband Internet access. Operating revenues for the Fixed-line Business in FY 2009.3 moved up 18.1%, to ￥848.7 billion. While revenue from legacy voice telephony services continued to decline, the April 2008 move to make CTC a subsidiary, and the impact of the reclassification of the JCN Group and overseas fixed-line subsidiaries to the Fixed-line Business entity, helped the segment produce its fourth consecutive year of operating revenue growth since FY 2006.3. Profitability continued to be affected by a drop in revenue from telephony and other legacy services, and cost increases associated with development of the FTTH business, but boosted by positive income from “Metal-plus” services, saw an improvement of ￥8.1 billion since the last fiscal year end, with overall operating losses ending this fiscal year at ￥56.6 billion. During this period of a shift in the market to direct access and IP and broadband services, the Fixed-line Business is proceeding with strategic initiatives to convert its traditional telephone services to an access line business based on FTTH, direct access voice telephony (“Metal-plus” and “Cable-plus” phone), and cable television (CATV). The number of fixed access lines as of the end of March 2009 has exceeded the initial target of the fiscal year, 5.3 million, reaching 5.34 million lines.
Efforts in Access Line Business for the IP Era
? FTTH Strengthening Product Capabilities and Expanding Customer Base
Access Line Business Strategies
October 2003 Launched HIKARI-one (formerly Hikari-plus) February 2005 Launched Metal-plus October 2005 Launched Cable-plus phone January 2006 Absorbed POWEREDCOM (TEPCO subsidiary) January 2007 Integrated TEPCO’s FTTH business June 2007 Consolidated JCN Group (CATV) as subsidiaries April 2008 Consolidated CTC as subsidiary (CTC: Chubu Electric’s subsidiary)
KDDI markets the segment’s FTTH business under the brand name “HIKARI-one,” offering customers the triple-play services of voice telephony, Internet, and video. With the January 2007 integration of Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)’s FTTH business, and the April 2008 consolidation of CTC as a subsidiary, KDDI now has a FTTH network reachable to approximately 10.5 million households in the Tokyo metropolitan area, and 2.8 million households in the Chubu region, with services being marketed primarily to detached houses. In other major cities in Japan, “HIKARI-one” services are offered to residential customers in large-scale housing complexes such as condominiums and apartment blocks, using NTT’s local lines. During FY 2009.3, “HIKARI-one” operations worked to boost the competitiveness of its products, while expanding service availability and reviewing sales channels. A revamp of the “HIKARI-one Home” service now offers Internet plus phone service at an industry-low monthly basic rate of ￥5,985 (tax inclusive), with a two year contract, at super-high speeds of a maximum 1Gbps (best-effort) for both uplink and downlink through the “Giga Value Plan,” launched on October 1, 2008 in the Kanto area and some parts of Hokkaido. This marks the first 1Gbps residential service in the Eastern Japan region.
KDDI CORPORATION Annual Report 2009