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Content (Part 1)

AB Lietuvos Telekomas

  • Development of events in 1990-2002
  • Vision, mission and values of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

2.1. Vision of Lietuvos Telekomas

2.2. Mission of Lietuvos Telekomas

2.3. Values of Lietuvos Telekomas

  • Company overview

3.1. Major shareholders of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

3.2. Structure of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

3.3. Structure of Lietuvos Telekomas Group

3.4. Management structure of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

3.5. Our business

3.6. Our strategy

3.7. Lietuvos Telekomas is one of the best employers in Lithuania

3.8. Our Internet business (Part 1)

3.9. Our Internet business (Part 2)

3.10. Regulatory matters in Lithuania

3.11. Period of exclusive rights

3.12. Tariff re-balancing

content part 2
Content (Part 2)

3.13. Key indicators of AB Lietuvos Telekomas Group

3.14. Revenues (IAS)

3.15. Growth rates of main indicators

3.16. Profit before tax

3.17. Lietuvos Telekomas employees (full time in core business)

3.18. Penetration/ Number of applicants on the waiting list (thou)

3.19. Digitalisation

3.20. Analogue/ Digital lines

3.21. Digitalisation of business subscribers in Lithuania

3.22. Digitalisation of main lines in 5 largest cities

3.23. Digitalisation of business subscribers in 5 largest cities

3.24. Modern network of Lietuvos Telekomas (9 months 2002)

3.25. Capacity of digital exchanges (9 months 2002)

3.26. Transmission and Access Network (9 months 2002)

3.27. Coverage of data communication network

1 development of events in 1990 2002
1. Development of events in 1990-2002
  • 11 March 1990 – restoration of an independent state of Lithuania
  • 6 February 1992 – establishment of state enterprise Lietuvos Telekomas
  • 16 June 1997 – registration of joint stock company AB Lietuvos Telekomas
  • 9 June 1998 – new Telecommunications Law
  • 7 July 1998 – privatization of Lietuvos Telekomas; Telia and Sonera acquired 60% of shares for 510 million USD
  • 23 August 1999 – employees of Lietuvos Telekomas acquired almost 5% of Company’s shares
  • 29 March 2000 – the State Property Fund announced the initial public offering of AB Lietuvos Telekomas’ shares
  • 12 June 2000 – AB Lietuvos Telekomas’ shares are traded on the National Stock Exchange of Lithuania and GDRs on the London Stock Exchange
1 development of events in 1990 20025
1. Development of events in 1990-2002
  • 9 March 2001 – Lietuvos Telekomas issued its debut EuroLitasNote of LTL 150 million with the maturity of three years
  • 1 May 2001 – UAB Voicecom, a daughter company of Lietuvos Telekomas, started provision of international calls over IP
  • 6 May 2002 - UAB Comliet, the biggest subsidiary of AB Lietuvos Telekomas, signed an agreement on the purchase of 75 per cent of the Latvian company Datu Tikli SIA shares
  • 16 May 2002 - TietoEnator Oyj and AB Lietuvos Telekomas have signed agreements on the sale of part of Lietuvos Telekomas’ stake in its IT service providing subsidiaries to TietoEnator
  • 4 July 2002 – UAB Comliet, a subsidiary of AB Lietuvos Telekomas, signed an agreement on the purchase of 55 per cent of Estonian company AC Telegrupp shares
  • 5 July 2002 – the new Law on Telecommunications (will enter into force on 1 January 2003)
2 vision mission and values
2. Vision, mission and values

2.1. Vision of Lietuvos Telekomas

Lietuvos Telekomas is the leading

telecommunications provider in the region

2 vision mission and values7
2. Vision, mission and values

2.2. Mission of Lietuvos Telekomas

  • Lietuvos Telekomas provides business and residential customers in Lithuania with communications solution that meet their needs.
  • Lietuvos Telekomas is a customer oriented company which is driving changes and creating the future, thus paving the way for society’s development and it’s citizens’ well being.
  • Lietuvos Telekomas will create short term and long term profitability that will continuously increase the value of the company.
2 vision mission and values8
2. Vision, mission and values

2.3. Values of Lietuvos Telekomas

  • Customer orientation

Courteous, Attentive and Caring

  • Improved performance

Self-development, Commercial success and Excellence

  • Business orientation

All services, investments, activities should contribute to profit of the company

  • Leadership

Responsibility and Trust, Pro-active and Creative

  • Professional

Pro-active, Keeping promises and Innovative

3 company overview
3. Company overview

3.1. Major shareholders of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

On 12 June 2000, AB Lietuvos Telekomas launched Global Depository Receipt (GDR) program. According to the program one GDR represents 10 ordinary registered shares of AB Lietuvos Telekomas; shares are held by depository –Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas.

Note:

* UAB Lintkom, a daughter company of AB Lietuvos Telekomas, holds shares of AB Lietuvos Telekomas.

3 company overview10
3. Company overview

3.2. Structure of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

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3. Company overview

3.3. Structure of Lietuvos Telekomas Group

RBS Skals AS

UABLietuvos

Telekomo

Verslo

Sprendimai

UABLintel

100%

100%

25 %

UABLintkom

Datu Tikli SIA

100%

75%

UABComliet

100%

55%

UABBaltijos

Telekomunikacijų

Konsultacinis

Centras

Telegrupp AS

74%

26%

VšĮ Lietuvos

Telekomo

Sporto Klubas

TietoEnator Oyj

100%

45 %

UABBaltijos

Informacinių

Duomenų Valdymo

Centras

60%

40%

Merko Ehitus Ltd. AS

UAB

Voicecom

60%

30%

UAB Verslo

Portalas

40%

NexcomTelecommunications

LLC

70%

UAB VersloŽinios

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3. Company overview

3.4. Management structure of AB Lietuvos Telekomas

President General Manager

Secretariat

Executive Vice-President

Legal Division

Strategic Development Division

Corporate Security Division

Project Division

Process Division

Public Relations Department

Procurement Department

Finance Department

Network Department

Wholesales Department

Human Resources Department

Services Development Department

Customer Service Department

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3. Company overview

3.5. Our business

  • Internet
  • Takas ISP & Portals
  • E-commerce/Multimedia
  • Telephony based on Modern Technologies
  • UAB Voicecom - outgoing & incoming international calls
  • Callcentre
  • Lintel Call Centre services
  • Telemarketing
  • Wire telephony
  • local
  • domestic long distance
  • international
  • fixed to mobile
  • value-added services
  • Networks & data
  • PBX/Centrex
  • ISDN
  • Leased lines (broadband and digital)
  • ADSL

group

  • Wholesale tooperators
  • transit service
  • outgoing & incoming international call routing
  • mobile to fixed
  • Technical support
  • UAB Comliet – planning /design/construction, maintenance, installation, fault repair
  • IT infrastructure & professional services
  • data center service
  • system hosting and support
  • Help desk service
  • application development
  • other services
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3. Company overview

3.6. Our strategy

  • Increase of line penetration and usage
  • new products and higher value-added services
  • continued tariff rebalancing

Revenue growth

Exploitation of Internet and multimedia opportunities

  • multiple portals development
  • e-commerce development on the new VAS platform
  • network modernisation for multimedia services
  • wide ADSL services penetration

Modernisation of network infrastructure

  • continued digitalisation
  • city fibre optic rings
  • high capacity backbone
  • process re-engineering
  • upgrade of IT systems
  • continued cost cutting
  • Call Centres

Increase in market orientation, productivity and operational efficiency

LT’s strategy is to develop from a traditional provider of basic voice telephony services into a provider of a wide range of technologically advanced communications products and services

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3. Company overview

3.7. Lietuvos Telekomas is one of the best employers in Lithuania

  • A set of Human Resources management tools developed during the year 2000 is successfully functioning.
  • Purposeful staff development as one of the highest priorities is carried out through targeted training programmes and developed by working in teams.
  • 1st Graduate Trainee Programme for Lithuanian graduates with University background was successfully implemented during the year 1999 – 2001 and the second one started 1 October 2001.
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3. Company overview

3.8. Our Internet business (Part 1)

2 SBAs: access and portals

Products and Services:

  • ADSL to business and residential customers (from 2 April 2002 launched plan A4 with highest internet connection speed over ADSL – 1Mbps/ 512 kbps)
  • New VAS (value-added services) platform
  • Intranet solutions (Tako biuras 1&2 – dial-up VPN’s)
  • DSL VPN service (from 1 March 2002)
  • Internet networks service (24-hours flatrate over ISDN line) – for customers that would like to have ADSL, but there is no technical possibilities (from 1 May 2002)
  • Takas iD – ADSL based metered service for residential customers (from 20 September 2002)
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3. Company overview

3.9. Our Internet business (Part 2)

Number of unauthorized Internet dial-up customersand amount of unauthorized Internet dial-up traffic (thou. min.)

slide18

3. Company overview

3.10. Regulatory matters in Lithuania

  • Lietuvos Telekomas up to December 31, 2002 will have the right to be the sole operator of public fixed telephone network and sole provider of the public fixed telephone network services.
  • Head of the Communication Regulatory Authority (CRA) was appointed on 26 February 2001 and members of the Council of the Communication Regulatory Authority were appointed on 30 May 2001. From this date CRA officially started its activities.
  • The Company must interconnect with all other licensed operators. Lietuvos Telekomas has signed the Interconnection Agreements with all three Lithuanian mobile operators.
  • On 6 June 2001, the Government approved the National Numbering Plan. Implementation of the Plan started in September 2001 and the main implementation activities were finished in September 2002.
  • The new Law on Telecommunications was approved on 5 July 2002 and will enter into force on 1 January 2003. Preparation of the secondary legislation is in the process.
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3. Company overview

3.11. Period of exclusive rights

  • Re-balancing of tariffs, both structure and levels
  • Creating a modern cost allocation system
  • Expanding of the network in non-profitable rural areas
  • Rightsizing of Company’s employees and implementation of modern organization and process-thinking environment to become more efficient
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3. Company overview

3.12. Tariff re-balancing

Price-cap baskets

  • Re-balancing of tariffs is concluded well before 1 January 2003.
  • Tariffs are divided in two baskets in accordance tothe price-cap formula
  • basket Y is key to re-balancing
  • basket X unlikely to be fully utilised

Basket X

Basket Y

Local calls

Local calls

Monthly subscription fee

Monthly subscription

fee

Installation fee

ILD

DLD (incl. Fixed to mobile)

CPI+10% maximum

CPI+15% maximum

Source: Company licence

Less than8% used last year

(2001 07- 2002 07)

App. 16% used last year

(2001 07- 2002 07)

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3. Company overview

3.13. Key indicators of Lietuvos Telekomas Group

2000 2001

2001 2002

9 months

Telephone main lines connected (thou)* 1.188 1.152 1.168 994.8

Penetration (%)* 34.0** 33.1 33.5 28.7

Revenues (MLTL) 1.038,6 1.058,5 794.8 729.2

Profit before tax (MLTL) 333.0 138.7 140.5 77.9

Net profit (MLTL) 240.4 181.7 97.2 59.2

EBITDA (MLTL) 523.6 564.4 442.4 389.5

Investments (MLTL) 517.0 368.4 264.1 173.5

EPS (Earning per share (LTL)) 0.30 0.23 0.125 0.076

Digitalisation (%)* 46.5 64.97 59.5 81.5

Full time employees (end of the period) 6,293 5,646 5,781 4,558

* Only parent company’s indicators

** Calculated on the basis of the population of 3.493 thousand

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3. Company overview

3.14. Revenues (IAS)

+8%

-8.3%

slide23

3. Company overview

3.15. Growth rates of main indicators (compared to the result of the 9 months of 2001)

9 months results for the year 2002

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3. Company overview

3.16. Profit before tax

MLTL

* Profit before tax including the gain from sales of UAB Bite GSM and UAB Mokejimu Korteliu Sistemos shares

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3. Company overview

3.17. Lietuvos Telekomas employees (full time in core business)

* LT + LTVS (relative number working in the fixed telephony area)

** LT + LTVS + Comliet (relative number working in the fixed telephony area)

*** LT + LTVS + Comliet + Voicecom ((relative number working in the fixed telephony area)

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3. Company overview

3.18. Penetration/ Number of applicants on the waiting list (thou)

* Calculated on the bases of the population of 3,493.4 thousand

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3. Company overview

3.19. Digitalisation

slide28

3. Company overview

3.20. Analogue/ Digital lines

slide29

3. Company overview

3.21. Digitalisation of business subscribers in Lithuania

slide30

3. Company overview

3.22. Digitalisation of main lines in 5 largest cities

slide31

3. Company overview

3.23. Digitalisation of business subscribers in 5 largest cities

slide32

3. Company overview

3.24. Modern network of Lietuvos Telekomas (9 months 2002)

slide33

3. Company overview

3.25. Capacity of digital exchanges (9 months 2002)

slide34

3. Company overview

3.26. Transmission and Access Network (9 months 2002)

slide35

3. Company overview

3.27. Coverage of data communication network

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N.AKMENĖ

SKUODAS

JONIŠKIS

BIRŽAI

PASVALYS

PAKRUOJIS

ROKIŠKIS

Kuršėnai

ŠIAULIAI

TELŠIAI

KRETINGA

PLUNGĖ

KUPIŠKIS

PALANGA

ZARASAI

RADVILIŠKIS

PANEVĖŽYS

KLAIPĖDA

GARGŽDAI

VISAGINAS

KELMĖ

UTENA

ŠILALĖ

ANYKŠČIAI

IGNALINA

RASEINIAI

NIDA

KĖDAINIAI

MOLĖTAI

ŠILUTĖ

UKMERGĖ

TAURAGĖ

ŠVENČIONYS

JURBARKAS

ŠIRVINTOS

JONAVA

KAUNAS

ŠAKIAI

KAIŠIADORYS

VILNIUS

BIRŠTONAS

TRAKAI

ELEKTRĖNAI

PRIENAI

MEDININKAI

VILKAVIŠKIS

MARIJAMPOLĖ

ALYTUS

ŠALČININKAI

LAZDIJAI

VARĖNA

DRUSKININKAI

DLLservices

& FR, IP access