Top 10 Telecom Companies in the World 2017

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6. Nippon Telegraph & Telephone (NTT)

The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation commonly known as NTT, is a Japanese telecommunications company which is based in Tokyo.

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It started as a government corporation in 1952 and got privatised in 1985 to encourage competition but still enjoys oligopolistic power over Japanese lines. It has been divided into 5 segments out of which NTT DoCoMo and NTT Data have been listed on stock markets.

The company is listed on Tokyo, Osaka, New York and London stock exchanges. The company is ranked 65th in Fortune Global 500 List.

It has an annual revenue of 100.35 billion USD and a subscriber base of 70.96 million. It has been earning an income of 6.40 billion USD. The group has total assets worth ¥21,035.9 billion and a consolidated Operating Revenues worth ¥11,541 billion (Financial Year 2015-16). The company has approximately 241,448 employees and 907 consolidated subsidiaries.

NTT Group has undergone a transformation of business structure based on "Towards the Next Stage". It is the medium-term management strategy which was made public in 2012. This strategy was succeeded by "Towards the Next Stage 2.0" in 2015. It aims to continue with and strengthen the strategy, and it is now taking steps toward becoming a "Value Partner" that customers continue to select.

The company is involved in the sponsorship of: Omiya Ardija and Roasso Kumamoto (Japanese football clubs), Tony Kanaan in the IndyCar Series, Hitotsuyama Team (Super GT Team).

Subs (Mn): 70.96

Rev ($Bn): 100.35

Net Income ($Bn): 6.40

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