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Turk Telekom 2011 H1 Investor Presentation

  1. 1. Türk Telekom Group<br />2011H1– Investor Presentation<br />
  2. 2. Notice<br />The information contained herein has been prepared by Türk Telekom (the Company). The opinions presented herein are based on general information gathered at the time of writing and are subject to change without notice. <br />These materials contain statements about future events and expectations that are forward-looking statements. Any statement in these materials that is not a statement of historical fact is a forward-looking statement that involves known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Except to the extent required by law, we assume no obligations to update the forward-looking statements contained herein to reflect actual results, changes in assumptions or changes in factors affecting these statements.<br />This presentation does not constitute an offer or invitation to sell, or any solicitation of any offer to subscribe for or purchase any securities and nothing contained herein shall form the basis of any contract or commitment whatsoever. No reliance may be placed for any purposes whatsoever on the information contained in this presentation or on its completeness, accuracy or fairness. None of the Company nor any of its shareholders, directors, officers or employees nor any other person accepts any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from any use of this presentation or its contents or otherwise arising in connection therewith.<br />Note: EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. The EBITDA definition used in this presentation includes Revenues, Direct Cost of Revenues excluding depreciation and amortization, Selling and Marketing expenses, Administrative expenses, and other operating income/(expense), but excludes translation gain/(loss), financial income, income on unconsolidated subsidiaries, gain on sale of investments, and minority interest. <br />
  3. 3. Contents<br />1<br />
  4. 4. MARKET UPDATE <br />& <br />CONSOLIDATED PERFORMANCE<br />2<br />
  5. 5. 3<br />Market Update<br /><ul><li> Successful performance in all business segments
  6. 6. Fixed voice revenue stabilized at Q4 2009 levels with the success of bundle tariffs introduced in 2010
  7. 7. ADSL revenue growth continues at double digit levels
  8. 8. Subscriber and revenue growth at AVEA
  9. 9. Mobile market competition has intensified during H1 2011
  10. 10. Higher quotas and speeds offered to ADSL subscribers
  11. 11. Network investments continue both in mobile and fixed line
  12. 12. Strategic cooperation with Telefonica in German market</li></li></ul><li>Consolidated Performance <br />Revenue (TL mn)<br />Revenue growth for 2011 likely to exceed guidance mainly from Mobile<br />EBITDA (TL mn)<br />EBITDA growth from both Fixed and Mobile<br />Net Income(TL mn)<br />Net Income similar to H1 2010 despite FX & Hedging losses of TL368mn in H1 2011<br />4<br />
  14. 14. Fixed Line Business – Voice <br /><ul><li>Motorola XOOM Tablet campaign launched in June 2011
  15. 15. Bundle packages continue to grow strongly and support increase in fixed portion of PSTN revenue and stable MoU and ARPU
  16. 16. Home Advantage bundle minutes include calls to mobile and International directions, as a promotion, until year end</li></ul>PSTN Bundle Packages<br />NOW<br />Q2 PSTN Recurring Revenue <br />46%<br />67%<br />6<br />
  17. 17. Fixed Line Business – ADSL<br /><ul><li>Fiber to the neighborhood (FTTN) now covers over 3 mn homes
  18. 18. Tivibu Home (IPTV) launched in February available in 30 cities, following the success of Tivibu Web
  19. 19. Triple Play Tariff Packages with IPTV and ADSL
  20. 20. International gateway data capacity is now 1.2 TB compared to 30 GB in 2005 with the PANTEL acquisition and network investments
  21. 21. New Acquisition Campaigns like PC, VAS bundle and discount campaigns</li></ul>TTNET ADSL Subscriber Breakdown<br />TTNET up to 8 Mbps <br />Packages/Subscriber base<br />Average Monthly<br /> Data usage now 18.1 GB<br />50% YoY<br />82%<br />7<br />
  22. 22. 8<br />Fixed Line Business – Revenue & EBITDA Highlights<br />Revenue (TL mn)<br />Mainly ADSL & Int. revenue growth with stable PSTN revenue resulted 11% fixed line growth<br />EBITDA (TL mn)<br />Fixed EBITDA margin remained over 50%<br />
  23. 23. 9<br />Fixed Line Business – ADSL Highlights<br />Wholesale ADSL Connections(millions)<br />12.8%<br /> 0.5%<br /> 1.1%<br />Slight increase in ADSL Subscribers<br />ADSL ARPU (TL)*<br />All time high ARPU driven by migration to unlimited packages and inflationary price adjustments<br />* Revenue divided by average number of connections<br />
  24. 24. 10<br />Fixed Line Business – PSTN Highlights<br /># of Access Lines (millions)<br /> PSTN ARPU (TL)*<br />The net line loss recorded in H1 2011 is in line with the percentage loss seen in H1 2010<br />* Revenue divided by average number of PSTN lines<br />
  25. 25. 11<br />Fixed Line Business - Headcount<br />Number of Employees (thousands)*<br />Personnel Cost as a % of Revenue<br /><ul><li>Personnel cost remained at 20% of revenue
  26. 26. Access lines per employee is 607 inH1 2011 compared to 585 in H1 2010</li></ul>*Fixed network operating unit<br />
  27. 27. MOBILE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE<br />12<br />
  28. 28. Mobile Business<br /><ul><li>Strong revenue and subscriber growth achieved while EBITDA margin remains under pressure due to aggressive competition in the market
  29. 29. Postpaid growth and leadership in Institutional (Civil Servants) segment enhanced through new tariffs and campaigns
  30. 30. ARPU increased and retention enhanced via upsell and churn prevention campaigns
  31. 31. Growth in data usage & revenue enhanced with new data offers
  32. 32. Device campaigns to support activation and retention performance
  33. 33. Partnerships with more than 60 leader retailers & banks to support customer loyalty via offering non-GSM benefits
  34. 34. Channel transformation continued to support higher market share</li></ul>13<br />
  35. 35. 14<br />Mobile Business – Revenue & EBITDA Highlights<br />Revenue (TL mn)<br /> EBITDA (TL mn)<br />10%<br />Double digitrevenuegrowth achieved while EBITDA Margin remains under pressure due to fierce competition in mobile market<br />
  36. 36. 15<br />Mobile Business – ARPU Highlights<br />Market Blended ARPU Trend (TL)<br />AVEA Quarterly ARPU (TL)<br />Blended ARPU surged by 15% YoY and reached highest level driven by 11% increase in Prepaid ARPU and increased share of Postpaid in subscriber base<br />
  37. 37. 16<br />Mobile Business - Subscriber Composition & MoU<br />Subscriber Composition (millions)<br /><ul><li>Total subscribers reached 12.2 million with a YoY growth of 7%
  38. 38. Continued increase in postpaid subscribers</li></ul>~150K of the net adds due to change in churn policy required by BTK (Turkish regulator)<br />Blended MoU<br />MoU at high levels as customers are migrating to the post paid offers which have high minute bundles<br />
  39. 39. FINANCIALS<br />17<br />
  40. 40. 18<br />TT Consolidated - Summary P&L Statement <br /><ul><li> ADSL, Mobile and Pantel supported revenue growth
  41. 41. Net income increase 29% YoY, if we exclude FX losses</li></ul>* After minority interest<br />
  42. 42. 19<br />TT Consolidated - Summary Balance Sheet <br />(a) Intangible assets excluding goodwill<br />(b) Tangible assets include property, plant and equipment and investment property.<br />(c) Major items within Other Assets are Trade Receivables, Due from Related Parties, Other Current Assets and Deferred Tax Asset.<br />(d) Includes short-term and long-term borrowing and short-term and long-term obligations under finance leases<br />(e) Major items within Other Liabilities are Deferred Tax Liability, Trade Payables, Provisions, Income Tax Payable, Due to Related Parties, Other Current Liabilities, Provisions for Employee Termination Benefits and Minority Put Option Liability<br />
  43. 43. 20<br />TT Consolidated - Summary Cash Flow Statement <br />Blocked deposits are included in operating activities rather than net cash position.<br />
  44. 44. 21<br />TT Consolidated- Summary Revenue Breakdown<br />Revenue Breakdown – 2011 H1<br />Fixed Voice<br />ADSL<br />Mobile<br />Other*<br />*Other: Leased Lines, Data Ser., Domestic Interco., Int’l Sett. , Rental income<br />
  45. 45. 22<br />TT Consolidated - Summary OPEX Breakdown<br /><ul><li>Most OPEX growing below or in line with revenue growth except:
  46. 46. Commercial costs impacted negatively by highly competitive market and increased advertising unit prices
  47. 47. International Interconnection impacted by inclusion of PANTEL business</li></ul>(a) Includes Commissions, Advertising & Marketing, Subscriber Acquisition & Retention Costs and promotion<br />
  48. 48. 23<br />Fixed Line Business- Summary P&L Statement <br /><ul><li> Double digit growth in Fixed Revenue
  49. 49. EBITDA and Operating profit margins maintained at 2010 FY levels</li></li></ul><li>24<br />Fixed Line Business- Summary Revenue Breakdown <br />2011 H1Breakdown<br />Strong ADSL and Other Access growth, whilst PSTN stable<br />(a) Pantel revenue (starting Q4 2010) from international data services and inbound traffic terminated at Türk Telekom’s international gateway. <br />
  50. 50. 25<br />Fixed Line Business – Summary OPEX Breakdown<br />2011 H1 Breakdown<br />(a) Includes Commissions, Advertising & Marketing, Subscriber Acquisition & Retention Costs and Promotion<br />
  51. 51. 26<br />Mobile Business – Summary P&L Statement<br />Strong revenue growth<br />
  52. 52. 27<br />Mobile Business – Summary OPEX Breakdown<br />2011 H1 Breakdown<br />Includes Commissions, Advertising & Marketing, Subscriber Acquisition & Retention Costs and Promotion<br />
  53. 53. 28<br />Debt Profile<br />
  54. 54. APPENDIX<br />29<br />
  55. 55. 30<br />TürkTelekom Group<br />Ownership Structure<br /><ul><li>Oger Telecom appoints 6 Board Members
  56. 56. Turkish Treasury appoints 4 Board Members (1 represents Golden Share)
  57. 57. Turkish Treasury and Oger Telecom bought 1.7% and 0.8% additional stakes respectively, from free float.</li></ul>Free Float<br />Group Companies<br />
  58. 58. 31<br />Oger Telecom Ownership Structure<br />80%<br />Saudi Oger Limited<br />Saudi Telecom Company<br />Oger Telecom Saudi Arabia Limited<br />Minority Shareholders (*)<br />35%<br />26%<br />15%<br />24%<br />99%<br />75%<br />95%<br />5%<br />25%<br />CellSAf<br />Ojer Telekomünikasyon A.Ş.<br />3C Telecommunications<br />55.8%<br />100%<br />(*) Among Oger Telecom’s direct and indirect minority shareholders are regional and ‘blue chip’ global financial investors.<br />
  59. 59. 32<br />Macro Highlights<br /><ul><li>The Turkish economy grew by 11.0% y/y in 1Q(after 9.2% growth in 4Q 2010).
  60. 60. As suggested by leading indicators such as industrial production and capacity utilization rates, economic activity is likely to slow down in 2Q.
  61. 61. At the end of 2Q, the annual CPI inflation was 6.2% (up from 4.0% in 1Q).
  62. 62. In line with the Central Bank’s projections, the annual CPI inflation rose in 2Q mainly due to the base effects stemming from food prices. Accordingly, the Central Bank foresees annual inflation to decline in 3Q.
  63. 63. As of April, the unemployment rate was 9.9% (down from 11.4% in December).
  64. 64. Employment conditions continue to improve and the unemployment rate has returned to its pre-crisis levels. The Central Bank expects the improvement in employment to continue in the short term, albeit at a slower pace.</li></ul>Source: TURKSTAT<br />
  65. 65. Regulatory Actions<br />April<br /><ul><li>Interconnection rate decrease in Fixed (10%) and Mobile (33%)</li></ul>November<br /><ul><li>3G tender held
  66. 66. Mobile Number Portability introduced
  67. 67. New Electronic Communications Law passed</li></ul>April<br /><ul><li>About 52% reduction in MTRs
  68. 68. 17% cut in double tandem FTR
  69. 69. 38% decrease in GSM to GSM rate cap
  70. 70. TL per minute pricing introduced</li></ul>July<br /><ul><li>TA announced Naked ADSL fee as TL 8.13
  71. 71. TA postponed 20 second billing for an indefinite time</li></ul>December<br /><ul><li>Naked ADSL services started</li></ul>April<br /><ul><li> Mobile off-net price cap increased by 4%
  72. 72. SMS price cap decreased by 48%</li></ul>May<br /><ul><li>About 29% reduction in MTRs
  73. 73. MVNO regulation was in place </li></ul>July<br /><ul><li>3G services started </li></ul>September<br /><ul><li>Fixed Number portability introduced</li></ul>October<br /><ul><li>Local call Liberalization</li></ul>33<br />
  74. 74. Türk TelekomInvestor Relations<br />ir@turktelekom.com.tr <br />www.turktelekom.com.tr <br />+90 (212) 3099630<br />