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Top 10 Biggest Telecoms Company in the World

There are many telecom companies in the world out of them some are the best and famous. The purpose of these companies is to provide benefits to commu

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There are many telecom companies in the world out of them some are the best and famous. The purpose of these companies is to provide benefits to communities so that they stay connected 24/7. Now the world has become a global village and the internet is the demand of the world so Data Network is provided by the telecom companies. They spent a lot in towers, data centers, call centers, etc. The biggest Telecom companies in the world are.

Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

VZ’s total Revenue (TTM) is $128.4 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $18.3 billion, the Market Cap of VZ is  $237.0 billion, Its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 1.7%, Its Exchange network is New York Stock Exchange.

This company provides communications, information, and entertainment products and services. VZ also provides wireless voice and data services and equipment sales, as well as data and video communications products and services, such as broadband video, data center, and cloud services, security and managed network services, and local and long-distance voice services.

 Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

AT&T Inc. 

AT&T Inc.(T) total Revenue (TTM) is $172.9 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $11.1 billion, the Market Cap of AT&T is $204.4 billion, Its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 19.7%, Its Exchange network is  New York Stock Exchange.

This company provides communications and digital entertainment services globally. AT&T  services and products include wireless communications, data/broadband, and Internet services, digital video services, local and long-distance telephone services, telecommunications equipment, managed networking, and feature film, television, and gaming production and distribution.

T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS)

TMUS total Revenue (TTM) is $59.9 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $3.1 billion, the Market Cap of TMUS is $159.7 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 68.3%, its Exchange network is NASDAQ.

This is a U.S. wireless carrier offering various data plans as well as consumer and business telecommunications services. TMUS also offers prepaid wireless products and services as well. This company also sells devices and services through company-owned and operated stores and websites.

Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. (NTTYY)

NTTYY total Revenue (TTM) is $108.7 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $7.9 billion, the Market Cap: of NTTYY is $96.8 billion, Its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 10.3%, Its Exchange network is OTC.

This is a Japan-based holding company that provides telecommunication services. NTTYY offers domestic intra-prefectural communication services, such as fixed voice-related, Internet Protocol (IP), and packet communications services, and sells telecommunications equipment. NTTYY  also provides mobile voice-related, IP, and packet communications services, as well as system integration and network system services.

Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGY)

DTEGY’s total Revenue (TTM) is $106.0 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is  $3.5 billion, the Market Cap of DTEGY is $87.4 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 17.0%, its Exchange network is OTC.

This is a Germany-based provider of telecommunications and information technology services. DTEGY offers fixed-line telephone services, mobile communications services, Internet access, and combined information technology and telecommunications services to customers in Germany, Eastern Europe, and the United States of America.

Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGY)

Vodafone Group PLC (VOD)

VOD’s total Revenue (TTM) is $50.5 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $2.9 billion, the Market Cap of VOD is $46.1 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 5.9%, its Exchange is NASDAQ.

VOD is a United Kingdom-based company that provides a range of telecommunications services, including voice and data communications. Vodafone offers mobile services, such as call, text, and data access, as well as fixed-line services, including broadband, television, and voice.

KDDI Corp. (KDDIY)

KDDI’s total Revenue (TTM) is $48.3 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $6.2 billion, the Market Cap of KDDIY is  $70.3 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 6.2%, its Exchange network is  OTC.

This is a Japan-based telecommunications operator. In addition to cellular services, the company provides network, data center, cloud/SaaS, security, and IoT services in Japan as well as dozens of other countries around the world. KDDI corporation also serves individual customers and businesses.

Orange SA (ORAN)

ORAN’s total Revenue (TTM) is $46.9 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $3.2 billion, the Market Cap OF ORAN is $32.7 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 10.3%, its Exchange is New York Stock Exchange.

This is a France based multinational telecommunications company. It is one of Europe’s largest  Telecom operators, Orange serves residential, professional, and large business clients. The company provides services including fixed-line telephone, leased lines, data transmission, mobile telecommunications, cable television, internet services, and broadcasting.

America Movil SAB de CV (AMX)

AMX’s total Revenue (TTM) is $49.0 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $3.4 billion, the Market Cap of AMX is $49.0 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is  3.8%, its Exchange network is New York Stock Exchange.

This is a Mexico-based provider of telecommunications services to customers worldwide. AMX offers wireless voice, wireless data, fixed voice, fixed broadband, fixed data, pay television, and information technology services.

Telefonica SA (TEF)

TEF’s total Revenue (TTM) is $49.9 billion, its Net Income (TTM) is $505.3 million, the Market Cap of TEF is  $24.2 billion, its 1-Year Trailing Total Return is 29.4%, its Exchange network is New York Stock Exchange.

This is a Spain-based multinational integrated and diversified telecommunications group. TEF is engaged in activities related to wireline, wireless, cable, data, Internet, and television businesses.