Management Policy
and Strategy

Medium-term strategy

DOCOMO unveiled the "New DOCOMO Group Medium-Term Strategy" in October 2021.

With the addition of NTT Communications and NTT COMWARE to our corporate group, we will take on the challenge to create new worlds as new DOCOMO group.

Photo Image of Medium-term strategy Photo

Corporate Philosophy

NTT DOCOMO's corporate philosophy towards the creation of a new world of communications culture.

Brand Vision

At DOCOMO, we strive to build a new life and society upon the foundation we created, providing more convenience and comfort to all our customers.

Initiatives for Medium-term Goals

Please read through DOCOMO's new initiatives for medium-term Goals.

Basic Policies for Profit Distribution

We believe that providing adequate returns to shareholders is one of the most important issues in corporate management while raising corporate value through the growth and expansion of our businesses. We plan to pay dividends by taking into account our consolidated results, consolidated financial position and consolidated dividend payout ratio based on the principle of stable and sustainable dividend payments. We will also continue to take a flexible approach regarding share repurchases. We will consider retiring all treasury stock resulting from share repurchases while taking into consideration to the need to retain such stock.

In addition, we will allocate internal reserves to research and development efforts, capital expenditures, strategic investments and others for the purpose of generating innovative technologies, offering attractive services and expanding our business domains.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Our corporate group aims to contribute to society by carrying out our business with integrity and living in harmony with society. Based on the philosophy described in our CSR Message, we will work to create abundance and convenience in life and culture, address issues of the global environment and tackle social concerns, so that we can contribute to sustainable development of the society.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Go to top of the page