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- Financial Section
Management’s Discussion and Analysis
The consolidated financial statements of the KDDI Group have been prepared in conformity with accounting standards generally accepted in Japan. The following pages provide an analysis of the financial condition and business results of the KDDI Group for FY 2009.3. Any forecasts, predictions, projections, outlooks, plans, policies, or comments regarding the future contained in these pages constitute forward-looking statements, and as such represent the best judgment of management as of the end of March 2009 based on information available at that time. Actual results may differ materially due to the risks and uncertainties inherent in such statements.
Analysis of Consolidated Business Results
n Executive Summary
(a) Status of the KDDI Group
The KDDI Group, consisting of the parent company, 60 consolidated subsidiaries, and 17 affiliates, is a comprehensive telecommunications company operating both mobile communications services and fixed-line communications services in Japan. The Group’s Mobile Business is provided under the “au” mobile phone service, and at the end of March 2009, it had a 28.7% share of the Japanese market, with 30.84 million subscription and the No. 2 market position. In FY 2009.3, three categories previously included in the Other Business segment?cable television business, overseas fixed-line business, and related services?were incorporated into the Fixedline Business segment. In April 2008, Chubu Telecommunications Co., Inc. (CTC) became a consolidated subsidiary and now operates in this segment. In addition to the “Metal-plus” high-quality IP phone service, the Fixed-line Business provides a number of other services. These include “HIKARI-one” offered by KDDI and “Commuf@-hikari” offered by CTC, FTTH (Fiber to the Home) and other broadband Internet services, and cable television services provided by the JAPAN CABLENET (JCN) Group, a consolidated subsidiary. As of March 31, 2009, the number of fixed access lines* for consumers was 5.34 million. For its corporate clients, KDDI offers “KDDI Powered Ethernet,” a top-level Ethernet service, and ICT (Information and Communication Technology) solutions including the “TELEHOUSE” network of global data centers.
*Number of access lines: FTTH, direct-access phone (Metal-plus phone and Cable-plus phone) and CATV excluding cross-over
The Group is also involved in the call center business, content business, and other businesses, which are accounted for under the Other Business segment. In addition to improving its services, the Group is strengthening the interaction between its businesses in order to cultivate new services.
(Reference) Scope of Consolidation ? Consolidated subsidiaries: 60 companies (1 more than the previous fiscal year; 3 companies added, 2 removed) ? Equity-method affiliates: 15 companies (1 more than the previous fiscal year; 1 company added) KDDI Group
Business Segment Principal Services/Operations Principal Group Companies (As of March 31, 2009)
Mobile phone services, sale of mobile phone handsets, mobile solutions services, etc. Local, long-distance, and international telecommunications services, internet services, solutions services, data center services, cable television services, etc. Call center business, content business, research and advanced development, and other mobile phone services
KDDI Corporation, OKINAWA CELLULAR TELEPHONE COMPANY, KDDI Technical & Engineering Service Corporation KDDI Corporation, KDDI Technical & Engineering Service Corporation, JCN Group, CTC and Others
KDDI Evolva inc., mediba corporation and Others
KDDI CORPORATION Annual Report 2009