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 Preliminary final report 30 June 2009 Telstra Corporation Limited ABN 33 051 775 556

Telstra Corporation Limited Financial Results for the Year ended 30 June 2009 ,Preliminary final report 30 June 2009 Telstra Corporation Limited ABN 33 051 775 556,Telstra Statement of Financial Position, Telstra StatementI of Cash Flows, Telstra Statement of Changes in Equity

 Full year results and operations review - June 2009

 Market faced with an economic slowdown and increasingly aggressive competitor price competition. Revenue growth in the second half of the fiscal year accelerated to 3.2% from 3.0% in the first half.

 Our consumer segment saw a decline in PSTN revenue of 2.2% to $3,777 million while total fixed revenue increased by 0.8% due to growth in fixed internet. Mobile revenue grew by 5.2% to $4,428 million which more than offset the decline in PSTN and other fixed telephony revenue. Within mobiles, mobile services revenue increased by 8.7% to $3,728 million driven by continued customer growth and an increase in average revenue per user (ARPU) which demonstrates the value of our Next G™ network. The 527k mobile net SIO additions in Telstra Consumer were skewed to customers taking the prepaid option, with 376k prepaid adds in the year. The rate of growth in mobiles has slowed compared to fiscal 2008, and we believe this includes the impact of a reduction in consumer spending during the economic downturn.

 Fixed internet revenue grew by 14.7% to $1,274 million. Whilst there has been a slowdown in customer take up, Telstra Consumer has experienced solid growth in cable SIOs which increased by 6.4% during the year. Importantly, fixed retail broadband ARPU continues to grow and is now at $51.61, an increase of 7.9% from the prior year.

  Expense growth in the consumer segment has been kept to a minimum, ensuring that EBIT growth continues to outpace revenue growth. Total external expenses increased by 2.7% to $4,008 million mainly due to increases in service contracts and bad and doubtful debts. Cost of good sold decreased by 7.4% partly due to lower volumes. Management of subscriber acquisition and recontracting costs (SARCs) remains strong with the average SARC rate decreasing by 14.0% due to increased use of mobile repayment options (MRO) and a higher percentage of prepaid customers.of 5.2% and handset subsidies of 8.7% with lower volumes absorbing the increased cost of high end devices.

 Telstra Enterprise and Government

 

 Our enterprise and government segment has seen sales revenue grow by 2.9% in fiscal 2009 to $4,787 million despite the sale of KAZ in April 2009 (total income grew by 2.8%).

 Mobile services revenue has underpinned the strong result in Telstra Enterprise and Government and has grown by 13.2% to $789 million. This impressive result has been driven by continued double-digit growth in mobile data revenue, which now represents 44.0% of mobile services revenue. The total SIO base is now over 1.3 million as 192k SIOs were added during the year.

 IP access is a large and fast growing part of our enterprise and government segment with revenue growing by 23.3% to $583 million. IP access ARPU for our enterprise and government customers is up by 3.4% compared to the prior year and a large proportion of our IP customers take value-added products such as IP security, IP telephony and hosting services.

 Expenses declined by 1.9% mainly due to the sale of KAZ as mentioned above. Excluding KAZ expenses from both years, total expenses grew to support the growth in revenue.Our wholesale business continues to suffer from ULL migration while the change to a lower mobile terminating access (MTA) rate in the prior year significantly contributed to the decline in EBIT contribution.

 PSTN revenue declined by 19.9% due to continued losses to ULL combined with the overall market reduction in the use of PSTN services. However, ULL uptake has slowed in fiscal 2009 despite the low rental prices in metro Australia.ULL and spectrum sharing (LSS) net additions (‘000)Telstra Business Sales revenue in this business segment grew by 4.7% to $3,789 million (total income grew by 4.5%) demonstrating continued strong performance in the segment. EBIT contribution grew by 6.0% while expense growth was contained to 1.0% through sound expenditure management.

Mobile services revenue (including WBB (cards)) increased by 11.1% to $1,404 million. While voice related revenues rose by 4.5%, data revenue contributed significantly to the overall growth and now represents 27.5% of mobile services revenues. Of the total mobile SIO base more than 78% is now on the 3GSM network, up from 64% at June 2008.Fixed internet revenue has grown by 14.1% with internet direct increasing by 42.0% to $89 million driven by the Business Grade Broadband offering. Continued ADSL revenue growth at 8.7%Telstra Corporation Limited and controlled entities Australian Business Number (ABN): 33 051 775 556 Contents and reference page Appendix 4E items Reference

1. Reporting period and the previous corresponding period. Refer to the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document. 2. Results for announcement to the market. Refer to page 2 for "results for announcement to the market". 3. Income statement with notes to the statement. Refer to the income statement on page 5 and statement of comprehensive income on page 6 of this report. 4. Statement of financial position with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of financial position on page 7 of this report. 5. Statement of cash flows with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of cash flows on page 8 of this report. 6. Statement of changes in equity with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of changes in equity on page 9 of this report. 7. Details of individual and total dividends or distributions and Refer to the "results for announcement to the market" on page 3 of this dividend or distribution payments. report. Also refer to note 4: Dividends and note 30: Events after balance date in the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document for additional information, including discussion on franking credits. 8. Details of dividend or distribution reinvestment plans in operation Refer to item 6 on page 15 of this report. and the last date for the receipt of an election notice for participation in any dividend or distribution reinvestment plan. 9. Net tangible assets per security. Refer to item 1 on page 10 of this report. 10. Details of entities over which control has been gained or lost Refer to item 2 on page 10 of this report. during the period. 11. Details of joint venture entities and associated entities. Refer to item 3 on page 11 of this report. 12. Any other significant information needed by an investor to make Refer to item 4 on page 12 of this report. an informed assessment of the entity’s financial performance and financial position. 13. Accounting standards used in compiling reports by foreign Not applicable. entities. 14. A commentary on the results for the period. Refer to item 5 on page 13 of this report. 15. A statement as to whether the report is based on accounts which Refer to item 7 on page 15 of this report. have been audited or subject to review, are in the process of being audited or reviewed, or have not yet been audited or reviewed. 16. If the accounts have not yet been audited or subject to review and Not applicable. are likely to be subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the likely dispute or qualification. 17. If the accounts have been audited or subject to review and are Not applicable. subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the dispute or qualification. Telstra Corporation Limited and controlled entities

Australian Business Number (ABN): 33 051 775 556 Contents and reference page Appendix 4E items Reference 1. Reporting period and the previous corresponding period. Refer to the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document. 2. Results for announcement to the market. Refer to page 2 for "results for announcement to the market". 3. Income statement with notes to the statement. Refer to the income statement on page 5 and statement of comprehensive income on page 6 of this report. 4. Statement of financial position with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of financial position on page 7 of this report. 5. Statement of cash flows with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of cash flows on page 8 of this report. 6. Statement of changes in equity with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of changes in equity on page 9 of this report. 7. Details of individual and total dividends or distributions and Refer to the "results for announcement to the market" on page 3 of this dividend or distribution payments. report. Also refer to note 4: Dividends and note 30: Events after balance date in the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document for additional information, including discussion on franking credits. 8. Details of dividend or distribution reinvestment plans in operation Refer to item 6 on page 15 of this report. and the last date for the receipt of an election notice for participation in any dividend or distribution reinvestment plan. 9. Net tangible assets per security. Refer to item 1 on page 10 of this report. 10. Details of entities over which control has been gained or lost Refer to item 2 on page 10 of this report. during the period. 11. Details of joint venture entities and associated entities. Refer to item 3 on page 11 of this report. 12. Any other significant information needed by an investor to make Refer to item 4 on page 12 of this report. an informed assessment of the entity’s financial performance and financial position. 13. Accounting standards used in compiling reports by foreign Not applicable. entities. 14. A commentary on the results for the period. Refer to item 5 on page 13 of this report. 15. A statement as to whether the report is based on accounts which Refer to item 7 on page 15 of this report. have been audited or subject to review, are in the process of being audited or reviewed, or have not yet been audited or reviewed. 16. If the accounts have not yet been audited or subject to review and Not applicable. are likely to be subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the likely dispute or qualification. 17. If the accounts have been audited or subject to review and are Not applicable. subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the dispute or qualification.

 Telstra Corporation Limited and controlled entities Australian Business Number (ABN): 33 051 775 556 Contents and reference page Appendix 4E items Reference 1. Reporting period and the previous corresponding period. Refer to the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document. 2. Results for announcement to the market. Refer to page 2 for "results for announcement to the market". 3. Income statement with notes to the statement. Refer to the income statement on page 5 and statement of comprehensive income on page 6 of this report. 4. Statement of financial position with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of financial position on page 7 of this report. 5. Statement of cash flows with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of cash flows on page 8 of this report. 6. Statement of changes in equity with notes to the statement. Refer to the statement of changes in equity on page 9 of this report. 7. Details of individual and total dividends or distributions and Refer to the "results for announcement to the market" on page 3 of this dividend or distribution payments. report. Also refer to note 4: Dividends and note 30: Events after balance date in the 30 June 2009 financial report lodged with this document for additional information, including discussion on franking credits. 8. Details of dividend or distribution reinvestment plans in operation Refer to item 6 on page 15 of this report. and the last date for the receipt of an election notice for participation in any dividend or distribution reinvestment plan. 9. Net tangible assets per security. Refer to item 1 on page 10 of this report. 10. Details of entities over which control has been gained or lost Refer to item 2 on page 10 of this report. during the period. 11. Details of joint venture entities and associated entities. Refer to item 3 on page 11 of this report. 12. Any other significant information needed by an investor to make Refer to item 4 on page 12 of this report. an informed assessment of the entity’s financial performance and financial position. 13. Accounting standards used in compiling reports by foreign Not applicable. entities. 14. A commentary on the results for the period. Refer to item 5 on page 13 of this report. 15. A statement as to whether the report is based on accounts which Refer to item 7 on page 15 of this report. have been audited or subject to review, are in the process of being audited or reviewed, or have not yet been audited or reviewed. 16. If the accounts have not yet been audited or subject to review and Not applicable. are likely to be subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the likely dispute or qualification. 17. If the accounts have been audited or subject to review and are Not applicable. subject to dispute or qualification, a description of the dispute or qualification.

Telstra Corporation Statement of Changes in Equity

 

5. Commentary on the results for the period Income Statement Our net profit for the year was $4,076 million, representing an increase of 9.8% on the prior year’s net profit of $3,711 million. Earnings before interest and income tax expense (EBIT) for fiscal 2009 was $6,558 million, representing an increase of 5.3% on the prior year result of $6,226 million. Total income (excluding finance income) for the year increased by 2.4% to $25,614 million (2008: $25,002 million) and total revenue grew by 2.7% to $25,507 million. Income growth was mainly attributable to: ⦁ total mobile revenue growth of $469 million, up 7.3%; ⦁ fixed internet revenue growth of $140 million, up 6.9%; and ⦁ IP and data access revenue growth of $130 million, up 8.1%. These increases have been partially offset by a decline in PSTN revenues of $329 million or 4.9% as the market continues to move towards mobile and broadband products. Mobile services revenue (including wireless broadband) increased largely due to the continued growth in the number of customers, increased demand for Next G™ services and wireless data services and increased usage across a range of voice and data servic

 A significant contributor has been wireless broadband which is continuing its rapid growth. Mobiles revenue for the year of $6,878 million exceeded PSTN revenue of $6,337 million for the first time in a fiscal year. Fixed internet revenue grew during the year due to fixed broadband. Our customers are continuing to migrate across to higher speed broadband plans, due to an increased demand for speed, applications and content. However over the last year we have seen a significant slow down in subscriber growth in fixed broadband. IP and data access revenue growth during the year was driven by the success of the Telstra Next IPTM network. Within the access portfolio, IP Metropolitan Area Network (IP MAN) is the largest revenue generating data product, which continues to record double digit growth. In addition, our total income for the year includes a $100 million (2008: $130 million) capital distribution received from our FOXTEL partnership, in which we own a 50% interest. Total expenses (before depreciation and amortisation, finance costs, income tax expense and our share of profit/(loss) from jointly controlled and associated entities) increased by only 0.6% to $14,669 million from $14,585 million in the prior year. Goods and services purchased increased by $132 million, which is largely due to higher international network payments resulting from foreign exchange movements and higher offshore traffic and volumes. Labour expenses decreased by $27 million, driven through successful implementation of headcount reduction strategies and productivity improvement. Other expenses decreased by $21 million, a first year on year reduction since fiscal 2005. The decrease is predominantly due to lower promotion and advertising costs as spending was more targeted and strong discretionary cost management. Service contract costs however continued to increase, mainly driven by the migration of consumer customers onto the new billing systems. While impairment costs fell, bad and doubtful debts increased by 15.1% to $289 million due to higher levels of aged debt and insolvency due to the economic conditions. Depreciation and amortisation expenses have risen by $200 million to $4,390 million for the year ended 30 June 2009. The increase has been driven mainly by acceleration in depreciation of CSL New World mobile network assets which have been replaced, and increased amortisation cost associated with the IT transformation. Investor return and other key ratios Our basic earnings per share increased to 32.9 cents per share in fiscal 2009 from 29.9 cents per share in the prior year. The increase was due to higher profit in fiscal 2009. We have resolved to pay a final fully franked dividend of 14 cents per share ($1,737 million), bringing dividends per share for fiscal 2009 to 28 cents per share.

The prior year dividends amounted to 28 cents per share. Other relevant measures of return to investors include the following: ⦁ Return on average assets - 2009: 17.4% (2008: 16.8%) ⦁ Return on average equity - 2009: 33.3% (2008: 30.3%) Return on average assets and return on average equity are higher in fiscal 2009 primarily due to the increased profit in fiscal 2009. Segment information The following are our reportable segments: ⦁ Telstra Consumer; ⦁ Telstra Business; ⦁ Telstra Enterprise and Government; ⦁ Telstra Networks and Services; ⦁ Telstra Wholesale; ⦁ Sensis; ⦁ CSL New World; ⦁ TelstraClear; and ⦁ Other (including Telstra Country Wide, Telstra Media (new), Telstra Cable (previously Telstra Media), Strategic Marketing, Information Technology, and our Corporate areas). Refer to note 5 in our financial statements for details on the nature of the products and services provided by these segments. 13 Telstra Corporation Limited and controlled entities Preliminary final report Appendix 4E 5. Commentary on the results of the period (continued) Segment information (continued) Telstra Consumer Telstra Consumer recorded segment income growth of 3.0% during fiscal 2009 to $10,325 million (sales revenue growth was 3.1%) for the fiscal year with EBIT contribution growing by 3.2%. This is a strong performance in a market faced with an economic slowdown and increasingly aggressive competitor price competition. Mobile services revenue increased by 8.7% to $3,728 million driven by continued customer growth and an increase in average revenue per user (ARPU). The 527,000 mobile net SIO additions in Telstra Consumer were skewed to customers taking the prepaid option, with 376,000 prepaid adds in the year. Our consumer segment saw a decline in PSTN revenue of 2.2% to $3,777 million while fixed internet revenue grew by 14.7% to $1,274 million Expense growth in the consumer segment has been kept to a minimum, ensuring that EBIT growth continues to outpace revenue growth. Total external expenses increased by 2.7% to $4,008 million mainly due to increases in service contracts and bad and doubtful debts. Cost of good sold decreased by 7.4% partly due to lower volumes.

 Management of subscriber acquisition and recontracting costs (SARCs) remains strong with the average SARC rate decreasing by 14.0%. Telstra Business Segment income in Telstra Business grew by 4.5% to $3,799 million during the year (sales revenue growth was 4.7%), demonstrating continued strong performance in the segment. EBIT contribution grew by 6.0%. Mobile services revenue increased by 11.1% to $1,404 million. While voice related revenues rose by 4.5%, data revenue contributed significantly to the overall growth and now represents 27.5% of mobile services revenues. Fixed internet revenue has grown by 14.3% despite the product essentially operating in a mature market experiencing a slowdown in growth. Total expenses growth was contained to 1.0% which was below the revenue growth rate and includes a decline in labour costs of 5.2% and handset subsidies of 8.7% with lower volumes absorbing the increased cost of high end devices. Telstra Enterprise & Government Telstra Enterprise and Government segment income has increased by 2.8% to $4,784 million despite the sale of KAZ in April 2009 (sales revenue growth was 2.9%). Mobile services revenue growth has underpinned the strong result in Telstra Enterprise and Government and has grown by 13.2% to $789 million. Mobile data revenue has underpinned the growth and now represents 44.0% of mobile services revenue. IP access is a large and fast growing part of our enterprise and government segment with revenue growing by 23.3% to $583 million and a large proportion of our IP customers take value-added products such as IP security, IP telephony and hosting services. Expenses declined by 1.9% mainly due to the sale of KAZ as mentioned above. Excluding KAZ expenses from both years, total expenses grew to support the growth in revenue..

Telstra Networks & Services With the departure of the Chief Operations Officer during the year, the Telstra Operations operating segment was dissolved. As a result, Telstra Networks and Services (TN&S) is now a reportable segment in its own right. TN&S is primarily a cost centre responsible for our network infrastructure and customer solutions supporting the revenue generating activities for our other segments. In fiscal 2009, the segment's negative EBIT contribution improved by 2.7% driven by decreases in labour expenses, goods and services purchased and service contracts and other agreements. Telstra Wholesale Segment income for Telstra Wholesale declined by 5.2% to $2,383 million as the business continued to be impacted by ULL migration in fiscal 2009. PSTN revenue declined due to continued losses to ULL combined with the overall market reduction in the use of PSTN services. The increases in ULL together with higher spectrum sharing services also resulted in a decline in wholesale internet revenue and growth in intercarrier access revenue as competitors continue building their own networks. Telstra Wholesale EBIT contribution decreased by 7.2% to $2,214 million in fiscal 2009 reflecting the change to a lower mobile terminating access (MTA) rate in the prior year. On a segment basis, Telstra Wholesale holds the impact of price variances year on year whilst the customer facing business units hold the volume impact of this cost category.

The MTA rate adjustment in the prior year resulted in an increase in carrier network outpayments. Sensis Sensis segment income increased to $2,251 million during the year, up 5.8% from the prior year. Only 9 months of Trading Post revenue has been included in the fiscal 2009 results, as this business was transferred to the Telstra Media segment on 1 April 2009. Print directories revenue growth has been driven by increased yield, new customer growth and advertiser retention rates. Sensis' Chinese online businesses revenue growth was driven by the expansion of SouFun's operations to 100 cities in China and the Norstar Media and Autohome/PCPop acquisitions in June 2008. Sensis EBIT contribution increased by 11.3% to $1,051 million in fiscal 2009. Total segment expenses grew as a result of a growth in labour expenses and directory costs. Staff numbers have increased as part of the SouFun expansion and the growth in the mini Yellow Pages book "In the car" publication has required additional print and distribution costs. Depreciation and amortisation has declined due to an extension of the service life of some software asset classes. 14                                               

Telstra Corporation Limited and controlled entities Preliminary final report Appendix 4E 5. Commentary on results for the period (continued) Segment information (continued) CSL New World The CSL New World segment income grew by 7.9% to $989 million during the year, largely attributable to the impact of foreign currency translation. In Hong Kong dollars, total income has decreased by 11.3% predominantly driven by lower volume of handset sales following a significant slowdown in consumer spending. CSL New World has also recorded lower local voice revenue, outbound roaming voice revenue and prepaid revenue. Outbound roaming revenue has been particularly impacted by the global economic climate and reduced travel out of Hong Kong. CSL New World EBIT contribution declined to a $103 million net loss during fiscal 2009. The EBIT decline was impacted by $172 million of accelerated depreciation on old networks, following the decision to invest in new network technologies and acceleration in the phasing out of the old networks. Lower sales volumes resulted in a decline in cost of handsets sold and decreased outbound traffic volumes led to lower international disbursement costs. Labour costs have also decreased through improved productivity which facilitated a reduction in headcount. This was partially offset by higher network costs.

TelstraClear Segment income for TelstraClear declined to $547 million during the year. In New Zealand dollars, total income increased by 2.3% largely driven by growth in broadband penetration on the consumer hybrid fibre coaxial cable network in Wellington and Christchurch, as well as a rise in consumer PSTN access lines. EBIT contribution for TelstraClear improved by 35.0% to a $13 million net loss at 30 June 2009. Lower information technology and discretionary expenses were offset by a rise in bad and doubtful debts expense associated with the current challenging economic environment and an increase in promotions and advertising spend. Other information No significant events have occurred after balance date for the year ended 30 June 2009, other than: Final dividend On 13 August 2009, the directors of Telstra Corporation Limited resolved to pay a fully franked final dividend of 14 cents per ordinary share. The record date for the final dividend will be 28 August 2009 with payment being made on 25 September 2009. Shares will trade excluding the entitlement to the dividend on 24 August 2009. A provision for dividend payable has been raised as at the date of resolution, amounting to $1,737 million. The final dividend will be fully franked at a tax rate of 30%. The financial effect of the dividend resolution was not brought to account as at 30 June 2009. 

 

Financial Highlights Year ended 30 June 2009 Results on guidance; dividend

maintained

Telstra Corporation Limited and its controlled entities (Telstra) are pleased to report strong growth in revenue, earnings and free cash flow and the maintenance of our dividend despite the challenging macro economic conditions the company is facing. In fiscal 2009, total revenue grew by 2.7% to $25,507 million. Taking into account expected revenues from the KAZ group prior to the announcement of the sale, total revenue grew by 3.0%. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) increased by 5.1% to $10,948 million which was within our guidance range of 5% to 6% growth.

Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) increased by 5.3% to $6,558 million, exceeding the guidance range of 3% to 5% growth. 2009 results versus guidance 2009 2009 results guidance Total revenue growth . . . . . . . . . . 2.7% * 3 -4% EBITDA growth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1% 5 -6% EBIT growth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3% 3 -5% Depreciation and amortisation . $4.4b Around $4.5b Accrued capex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4.6b $4.3 - 4.6b * 3.0% after adjusting for expected KAZ revenues Free cash flow of $4,365 million was generated which is a significant increase of over half a billion dollars or 13.2% from fiscal 2008. We remain on track to meet our free cash flow target of $6 billion in fiscal 2010. Basic earnings per share increased by 10.0% from 29.9 cents to 32.9 cents. On 13 August 2009, the Directors of Telstra resolved to pay a fully franked ordinary dividend of 14 cents per share. The record date of the dividend will be 28 August 2009 with payment on 25 September 2009. Shares will trade excluding entitlement to the dividend on 24 August 2009. This dividend brings the fully franked ordinary dividends for fiscal 2009 to 28 cents per share, amounting to $3,474 million. Outlook As we have discussed in the past, our business remains resilient, but not immune to the prevailing macro economic conditions.

This is reflected in our expectations for the business in 2010. We remain firmly focused on delivering the financial outcomes of the transformation. We continue towards the target of $6 billion of free cash flow in fiscal 2010, which will include what we expect to be around $500 million in cash contributions to the Telstra Superannuation Scheme which was not in our original plan. Achievement of this target would give us significant excess free cash flow, and all the flexibility that brings. With less than one year remaining on our 2005-2010 compound annual growth rate (CAGR) objectives for revenue and EBITDA, it is no longer informative to consider guidance based on 5 year CAGRs. For fiscal 2010 we expect sales revenue percentage growth of low single-digits, EBITDA and EBIT percentage growth of low single-digits, with EBITDA margins maintained and accrued capital expenditure of less than $3.8b, equivalent to around 14% of sales revenue. In these difficult economic times, our fiscal 2010 guidance will see the top line growing, complemented by bottom line growth. All guidance of course excludes the impacts of any Government regulatory review or National Broadband Network outcomes or any unexpected outcome from Australian Competition and Consumer Commission wholesale pricing determinations.

 

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