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Key Facts


About NTT


With 282,550 employees (consolidated) worldwide and ¥1,674.8 billion capital investments made in fiscal year ended March 31, 2018, NTT is one of the world's largest telecommunications services providers, having 88% of the top 100 Fortune Global 500 companies. NTT's service capabilities include fixed lines and mobile communications as well as Internet and systems integration services. The company reported ¥11,800 billion operating revenues for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2018.

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Brief History of NTT Corporation



1952: Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation launched
1985: Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation privatized
1987: NTT Corp. listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)
1988: NTT Data Communications System Corporation (now NTT DATA) launched
1992: NTT Mobile Communications Network, Inc. (now NTT DOCOMO) launched
1996: NTT DATA listed on TSE
1998: NTT DOCOMO listed on TSE
1999: NTT Communications founded

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation traces its roots back to 1869 when the telegraph was first introduced in Japan. NTT was originally established in 1952 as a government-owned corporation, and it was in 1985 that NTT was privatized. Since then, the company has been diversifying into new markets, forming new subsidiaries and developing leading-edge technologies.




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