Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
February 4, 2005

Consolidated Financial Results for the Nine Months ended December 31, 2004
April 1, 2004 - December 31, 2004


[Consolidated Results of Operations]
[Consolidated Results of Operations]

[Operating Performance of NTT and Its Major Subsidiaries]
[Operating Performance of NTT and Its Major Subsidiaries]
Notes: 1. Each item listed above represents financial results for the nine months ended December 31, 2004
  2. NTT East's and NTT West's "Operating Revenues" include 11.8 billion and 10.3 bilion yen, respectively, in an expected settlement of interconnection charges based on the LRIC methodology, which is not included in the corresponding nine months of the previous year.
  3. NTT DoCoMo's "Recurring Profit" represents its "Income before Income Taxes."


[Consolidated Financial Results Forecasts for the Year Ending March 31, 2005]
[Consolidated Financial Results Forecasts for the Year Ending March 31, 2005]
Note: Forecasts for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2005 have never been changed from those announced on November 10, 2004.


(Reference)

Number of Subscribers of Major ServicesNumber of Subscribers of Major Services
Notes: 1. "Number of Telephone Subscriber Lines" is the total of individual lines and central station lines.
  2. In terms of number of channels, transmission rate, and line use rate (base rate), INS-Net 1500 is in all cases roughly ten times greater than INS-Net 64. For this reason, one INS-Net 1500 subscription is calculated as ten INS-Net 64 subscriptions.
  3. "Number of Cellular" includes the DoPa Single Service subscribers.
  * Partial listing only.


The forward-looking statements and projected figures on the future performance of NTT contained in this financial report are based on the judgments, evaluations, recognition of facts, and formulation of plans by the current management of NTT based on the information at their disposal. The projected figures in this report were derived using certain assumptions that are indispensable for making projections in addition to historical facts that have been ascertained and acknowledged accurately. In view of the element of uncertainty inherent in future projections, the possibility of fluctuations in its future business operations, the state of the economy in Japan and abroad, stock markets, and other circumstances, NTT’s actual results could differ materially from the projected figures contained in this report.


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