Result and Forecast

Consolidated Statement

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In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, consolidated operating revenue increased 1.4% year on year, to ¥5,312.6 billion. Consolidated operating income was up 1.2%, to ¥1,037.4 billion (for the 20 consecutive years).
To achieve our medium-term plan, the Company projects a consolidated operating revenue of ¥5,350 billion (yoy +0.7%) and an operating income of ¥1,050 billion (yoy +1.2%) for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2022, as the second year of the plan.

Performance by Business segment

We announced our new medium-term management plan May, 2019 and outlined new business strategies to realize our plan.
From the fiscal year ending March 2020, we changed business segments in line with business strategies.
We reorganized and integrated into "Personal Services" providing services for individuals customers and "Business services" providing services for corporate customers.

Personal Services

Results for FY 3/2021
Operating revenue increased due to the life design domain and UQ mobile + MVNO revenue, etc., while au communication ARPA revenue and handset revenues etc. decreased.
Operating income increased driven by the life design domain as a growth domain, despite the decrease in au communication ARPA revenue.

Forecast for FY 3/2022
While the decrease in telecommunications revenues, the cost of the investment for further growth and the costs related to 3G service outages, we aim to achieve the full-year forecast by further expanding the life design domain and reducing costs with structural reforms.

Business Services

Results for FY 3/2021
Operating revenue increased due to our NEXT core businesses, which is composed of the business DX and the corporate DX, centering on IoT and cloud, etc.
Operating income increased mainly due to strong performance in the mobile communication business, which is the base of the existing core business, and in the NEXT core businesses centering on IoT, cloud in business DX and Call Centers and Data Centers in business infrastructure services drove.

Forecast for FY 3/2022
With the core business, which is the communication infrastructure, we aim to achieve the full-year forecast by combining various services and expanding both the corporate DX and the business DX.

For more detailed financial information, please refer to the "Financial results presentation".
Presentations

Performance by Old Business segment

Click here for previous segment results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2019.

Performance by Old Business segment (- FY2019.3)

Personal Services

Performance of FY2019.3
Operating revenue increased by 0.3% year on year, due to factors such as increased energy revenues through business such as au Denki, as well as increased revenues at subsidiaries. These increased revenues compensated for the decrease in revenues arising from the unbundled plans (au Pitatto Plan and au Flat Plan) and the reduction in handset sales.
Operating income increased by 3.2% year on year, due to the increase in group MVNO revenues and the decrease in retirement of fixed assets, despite the decrease in mobile communications revenues [1] resulting from the new price plans (au Pitatto Plan and au Flat Plan) and the increased costs of handset sales.

  • [1]
    au ARPA revenues + MVNO revenues

Life Deign Services

Performance of FY2019.3
Operating revenue increased by 11% year on year, driven by the growth of value-added ARPA revenues in connection with the increase in the au Smart Pass Premium subscription rate, as well as the growth in au Economic Zone Gross Merchandise Value, such as in the payment and e-commerce services.
Operating income increased by 8.4% year on year, also due to the increase in value-added ARPA revenues.

Business Services

Performance of FY2019.3
Despite the continuing decrease of revenues from mobile and legacy fixed-line voice services, the operating revenue increased by 6.3% year on year, due to growth in the revenues of data communications, the data center business in Japan, the consolidated subsidiary KDDI MATOMETE OFFICE CORPORATION, and retail electric power sales.
Operating income increased by 23.1% year on year as a result of controlling the sales costs and sales management costs.

Global Services

Performance of FY2019.3
Operating revenue decreased by 16.0% year on year, due to the effects of restructuring lower profitability business, even though there was steady growth in the Myanmar telecommunications business, the data center business, and the system integration business.
Operating income increased by 7.7% year on year, due to the steady progress in the Myanmar telecommunications business, the data center business, and the system integration business, despite the negative impact of the currency exchange rate.

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