SNAPSHOT: DoCoMo & the Wireless Communication Industry

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SNAPSHOT:DoCoMo & the Wireless Communication Industry
NTT DoCoMo Annual Report 2003 —SNAPSHOT: DoCoMo & the Wireless Communication Industry4
Part I. Review of Operations of DoCoMo
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Cellular services
FOMA services
Packet communication services
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In-flight telephone services
Equipment sales for each service
PHS services
PHS equipment sales
Quickcast (radio paging) services
Quickcast equipment sales
International dialing services
Public wireless LAN service
Other services
Mobile phone business
PHS business
Quickcast business
Miscellaneous business
Business Segment Main Service Lines
Review of Operations in
fiscal year ended March 31, 2003
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Operating revenues were ¥85.0 billion and operating
loss was ¥28.3 billion.
Emphasized the promotion of data communication
services, including “P-p@c”, a discount service, and “P-
in” series, a data-card type PHS.
Continued cost reduction efforts including efficient
utilization of PHS network facilities.
Under the tough market conditions, the subscribers at
the fiscal year end was 1,688 thousand.
Operating revenues were ¥4,690.4 billion and operating
income was ¥1,087.2 billion.
The number of PDC subscribers rose to 43,531 thousand
due primarily to active sales promotion of “mova 504iS
series“, which have a built-in camera and offer
subscribers a picture mail service called “i-shot”.
Expanded the population coverage of the FOMA network
to 91% at fiscal year end and improved continuous
standby time of handsets.
Due to increase in sales of “FOMA 2051 series”
handsets which are capable of using a video clip
e-mail service “i-motion mail” and “FOMA P2102V”
handsets which have videophone capability, FOMA
subscribers reached 330 thousand at fiscal year end.
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Operating revenues were ¥25.5 billion and operating
loss was ¥4.3 billion.
Enabled users to use “WORLD CALL” services, an
international dialing service from cellular phones,
without applying specifically for it when they become
new cellular subscribers.
Added to international roaming services, “WORLD WALKER”,
new services for the U.S. at a more reasonable price.
Launched public wireless LAN service called “Mzone”.
Operating revenues were ¥8.1 billion and operating
loss was ¥6.5 billion.
As the market for pager services continued to shrink,
we decreased costs by streamlining our operations as
well as consolidating billing plans for new subscribers.
NTT DoCoMo Annual Report 2003 —SNAPSHOT: DoCoMo & the Wireless Communication Industry 5
Part II. Overview of the Wireless Communication Industry
1. Cellular Market by Country (as of December 31, 2002)
2. Overview of Japanese Mobile Communication Market (as of March 31, 2003)
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