Main Outcomes for 2015

In 2015, the consolidated revenue of MTS Group increased during the year by 5% to RUB 431.2 billion;

MTS and nine world’s leading operators (BT, Deutsche Telekom, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, Millicom, MTS, Orange, Rogers, TeliaSonera and TIM) established an alliance of operators in order to promote products and services offered by innovative partner companies quickly and efficiently. The total potential customer base of all alliance members covers about one billion people in more than 80 countries;

MTS won the auction for the right to obtain a license to render GSM telecommunications services, LTE telecommunications services and subsequent modifications thereof in the 1,710-1,785 MHz and 1,805-1,880 MHz radio frequency bands;

MTS and VimpelCom signed an agreement on large-scale partnership in 2016 for sharing LTE frequencies in 20 regions of Russia. Such sharing will allow the operators to double the data transfer rate available to subscribers;

Launch and promotion of satellite TV throughout Russia

Financial
indicators
Operational
indicators
Consolidated income

431.2 billion RUB

5% increase by 2014

Growth of Group’s income

in all the operation markets, despite macroeconomic challenges

OIBDA

175.5 billion RUB

By the end of 2015 LTE networks are constructed in

83 regions of Russia

OIBDA profitability

40.7%

Home network of stores encompasses

>5000

It is the largest in Russian
non-grocery retail chain
Total net income

49.5 billion RUB

The decline of MTS customers 'churn indicator

–1.5 p.p.

compared to the year 2014
Net income margin

11.5%

Record dividend payments for the year 2015

52 billion RUB