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Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri: Second Quarter 2018 Results

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"EXCEEDING OUR FIRST HALF TARGETS, WE RAISE OUR GUIDANCE"

Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. (NYSE:TKC) (BIST:TCELL):

  • Please note that all financial data is consolidated and comprises that
    of Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. (the "Company", or "Turkcell")
    and its subsidiaries and associates (together referred to as the
    "Group"), unless otherwise stated.
  • We have three reporting segments:
    • "Turkcell Turkey" which comprises all of our telecom related
      businesses in Turkey (as used in our previous releases in periods
      prior to Q115, this term covered only the mobile businesses). All
      non-financial data presented in this press release is
      unconsolidated and comprises Turkcell Turkey only figures, unless
      otherwise stated. The terms "we", "us", and "our" in this press
      release refer only to Turkcell Turkey, except in discussions of
      financial data, where such terms refer to the Group, and except
      where context otherwise requires.
    • "Turkcell International" which comprises all of our telecom
      related businesses outside of Turkey.
    • "Other subsidiaries" which is mainly comprised of our information
      and entertainment services, call center business revenues,
      financial services revenues and inter-business eliminations.
  • In this press release, a year-on-year comparison of our key indicators
    is provided and figures in parentheses following the operational and
    financial results for June 30, 2018 refer to the same item as at June
    30, 2017. For further details, please refer to our consolidated
    financial statements and notes as at and for June 30, 2018, which can
    be accessed via our website in the investor relations section (www.turkcell.com.tr).
  • Selected financial information presented in this press release for the
    second quarter and half year of 2017 and 2018 is based on IFRS figures
    in TRY terms unless otherwise stated.
  • In accordance with our strategic approach and IFRS requirements,
    Fintur is classified as ‘held for sale' and reported as discontinued
    operations as of October 2016. Certain operating data that we
    previously presented with Fintur included has been restated without
    Fintur.
  • In the tables used in this press release totals may not foot due to
    rounding differences. The same applies to the calculations in the text.
  • Year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter percentage comparisons appearing
    in this press release reflect mathematical calculation.

FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

TRY million   Q217   Q218   y/y %   H117   H118   y/y %
Revenue   4,316   5,105   18.3%   8,369   9,867   17.9%
EBITDA1 1,457 2,134 46.5% 2,857 4,156 45.5%
EBITDA Margin (%) 33.8% 41.8% 8.0pp 34.1% 42.1% 8.0pp
Net Income   704   415   (41.0%)   1,163   916   (21.2%)

SECOND QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Strong growth momentum in financial results continued:
    • All time high quarterly revenue and EBITDA at the Group level
    • Group revenues up 18.3% year-over-year, 52% on two-year cumulative
      basis
    • Group EBITDA including the impact of new IFRS standards up 46.5%
      year-over-year, 107% on two-year cumulative basis, EBITDA margin
      at 41.8%
    • Prudent financial risk management helped visibility of financial
      performance in a volatile macro environment
  • Solid operational momentum continued:
    • Mobile ARPU2 growth of 13.3%
    • Core digital services3 downloads over 100 million
    • Mobile triple play subscriber ratio4 at 60.5%, up
      13.8pp year-over-year; multiplay with TV subscribers ratio5
      at 46.8%, up 6.3pp year-over-year
    • Data usage of 4.5G users at 7.0GB in June 2018
    • 18 million 4.5G compatible smartphones on our network, up ~1
      million quarter-on-quarter
  • Asset light strategy on track: New business model on fixed
    infrastructure
    • Infrastructure sharing protocol signed by Turkcell, Türk Telekom,
      Vodafone Turkey, Türksat and Telkoder in May
    • Bilateral agreements to follow: 3.6 million additional homepass
      through Türksat and potential for more
  • US$500 million Eurobond issuance completed on April 11th
  • First installment of dividend distributed on June 18th
  • We revise our revenue guidance6 upwards for 2018. Thus, we
    are targeting a revenue growth of 16%-18% up from 14%-16% range. We
    keep our target EBITDA margin of 37%-40% and target operational capex
    over sales ratio7 of 19%-18% unchanged.

(1) EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. See page 13 for the
explanation of how we calculate Adjusted EBITDA and its reconciliation
to net income.

(2) Excluding M2M

(3) Core digital services include BiP, Dergilik, fizy, Hesabım, lifebox,
Academy, Sports app, Upcall, TV+ and Yaani

(4) Share of mobile voice line users which excludes subscribers who do
not use their line in the last 3 months. Triple play refers to mobile
customers who use voice, data and one of core digital services.

(5) Multiplay subscribers with TV: Fiber internet + IPTV users & fiber
internet + IPTV + fixed voice users

(6) Please note that this paragraph contains forward looking statements
based on our current estimates and expectations regarding market
conditions for each of our different businesses. No assurance can be
given that actual results will be consistent with such estimates and
expectations. For a discussion of factors that may affect our results,
see our Annual Report on Form 20-F for 2017 filed with U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission, and in particular, the risk factor section
therein

(7) Excluding license fee

For further details, please refer to our consolidated financial
statements and notes as at and for June 30, 2018 which can be accessed
via our website in the investor relations section (www.turkcell.com.tr).

COMMENTS BY KAAN TERZIOGLU, CEO

Last year as we released our second quarter results, we adopted a new
definition for Turkcell: "the digital operator". Over the course of the
past year, not only have we progressed in increasing the diversification
and the penetration of our digital services portfolio, but have also
started extending our competencies in digital transformation to all
sectors, benefitting our customers and countries of operation alike. By
the end of this quarter, downloads of our core digital services1
have exceeded 100 million. The signing of a revenue-share agreement with
Moldcell on the use of our digital communications and life platform BiP
was a major step towards the globalization of our digital services. The
success of our "Fast Login" application, used both in Turkcell's own
digital world and in that of other digital content providers, was
recognized as an exemplary success story by our industry's umbrella
organization, the GSMA. In step with our vision of a digitalized
economy, we have announced the 500th digital integration
project, through which we provide end-to-end ICT technology services to
the public sector as well as private corporates. And adding to our
infrastructure essential to our activities as a digital operator, we
brought our data center in Izmir into service in this quarter.

The digital transformation which we started at our company and extended
to the wider economy brought Turkcell Group first half revenues of
TRY9.9 billion on 18% growth. EBITDA2 grew by 45% to TRY4.2
billion and the EBITDA margin rose to 42.1% on an 8 percentage point
increase. Consequently, we have printed our historic high first half
revenues and EBITDA. Our net profit for the period was 916 million TL.
With these results exceeding our first half targets, we raise our 2018
guidance. Accordingly, we revise our 2018 revenue guidance3
upwards to 16%-18% from 14%-16% while keeping 37%-40% target EBITDA
margin and target operational capex over sales ratio4 of
19%-18% unchanged.

We continued to gain post-paid, fiber and digital services subscribers
in the quarter. Additions to the corporate segment contributed
significantly in the annual rise in post-paid subscribers of 664
thousand. Accordingly, we recorded the lowest quarterly churn of the
past 12 years in the corporate segment. Going forward, we aim to
continue this success with our value propositions developed to meet the
needs of corporates, guided by our focus on digital integration.
Meanwhile, share of mobile triple play subscribers5 who have
actively used voice, data and at least one digital service continued to
increase, reaching 60.5%. Our fiber subscribers reached 1.3 million on a
171 thousand yearly rise, while multiplay users with TV6
accounted for 46.8% of the fiber residential subscriber base.

We have exceeded our target of 100 million downloads in digital
services

Our digital services, adding value to our customers' lives, had been
downloaded more than 106 million times by the end of June. As in every
quarter, we have continued to advance and differentiate our digital
services by introducing new features. For instance, BiP, our application
that redefines mobile communication as a full digital experience, has
made it possible to use two different numbers on a single phone. On its
new architecture, our digital music platform fizy has become more
compatible for future enhancements. We have introduced over eight
hundred new foreign publications on Turkey's first digital publication
service Dergilik where total publication downloads exceeded 5 million in
June. We celebrated 5 million downloads of our search engine Yaani,
introduced with the goal of becoming the search engine of choice in
Turkey. Our "Fast Login", a digital identity authentication and secure
login technology that we built on GSMA's Mobile Connect, has brought
Turkey the status of being "the first commercially sustainable market"
according to GSMA criteria. Paycell, our national payment platform, has
begun to serve our customers with a brand new interface. The number of
registered credit cards on Paycell reached 1.6 million, while mobile
payment users exceeded 5 million. The penetration of our Fast Login and
Paycell services enables us to continue advancing our contribution to
the development of Turkey's digital economy.

A historical step for fiber

Over the past two years, we have appealed to the sector players on every
available platform to collaborate on making fixed infrastructure
investments more efficient and effective. Our efforts on this front have
reached an important milestone this quarter: Under the leadership of
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, all key sector players have
signed a passive infrastructure sharing protocol. We consider this a
landmark protocol which will also provide the basis for widespread
availability of fiber in Turkey.

Ukraine's leading 4.5G operator, lifecell

On July 1st, Ukraine's digital operator lifecell introduced
4.5G at 1800 MHz following its 2600 MHz launch on March 30th.
This marked a further step towards a wider and better user experience of
our products and services, and a key turning point in our provision of
the digital experience in Ukraine. As a key foreign investor, we have
become a member of the National Investment Council of Ukraine, which
plays an important role in developing the national economy. Going
forward, we will continue to work to the advantage of both customer and
Ukraine itself to establish Ukraine's digital economy on solid
foundations.

We continue to pioneer the implementation of new technologies in our
business

According to the May 2018 report of the Global Mobile Suppliers
Association, Turkcell is one of the two fastest operators in the world
with 1.2 Gbps speed on its network that is upgraded in step with the
latest technologies. We will continue to offer the best mobile
experience to our subscribers, with the widest frequency band and a
strong network infrastructure leveraging the latest technologies.

While continuing to invest in our mobile and fiber infrastructure, we
also implement new technologies that operate on them. We launched
"Dronecell", Turkey's first aerial base station, manufactured using
domestic technology. Dronecell is capable of providing 4.5G service from
a height of 120 meters across an area of 5km2. We expect it
to play a crucial role in saving lives and providing uninterrupted
communication, especially in the event of emergencies and natural
disasters.

We believe that the telecom operators are the most trustworthy players
for the delivery of all digital technologies that are gradually entering
daily life. In this context, we have decided to join the telecom
operators' global blockchain consortium, Carrier Blockchain Study Group.
This group focuses on how blockchain technologies can be used by
operators for secure global digital payments, swap and settlement
systems, personal authentication, IoT applications and other similar
services. We are pleased that our participation in this group will
ensure that we provide our customers the latest technologies at global
standards, keeping pace with the rest of the world.

We continue to invest in technology in Turkey

In developing our digital services, we take great care to ensure that
they are managed on infrastructure within Turkey itself and build our
datacenters accordingly. This reflects our vision that "Turkey's data
should remain in Turkey". Indeed, we became Turkey's largest data center
operator with the June opening of our İzmir data center with a 2,400m2
white space. In addition, we are proud that local ULAK base stations,
the development of which we have wholeheartedly supported, are actively
serving our customers.

We continue to support young genius and promote social awareness
beyond our borders

Turkcell, active in social responsibility projects, works to enrich
Turkey's future based on the principle of equal opportunities for all.
In this regard, this quarter, in "Whiz-Kids" project, we continued to
support young genius by building technology laboratories in Anatolian
schools. Separately, we began to meet the cost of cataract surgery in
Africa as a motivational birthday present for our employees. We are
proud to leverage our technology and financial strength in the support
of those in need.

We believe in Turkey's future

In this quarter, Turkey demonstrated its commitment to democracy by
successfully completing the general elections. On the back of
post-election stability, and in collaboration with our government and
all members of the business community, we will continue contributing to
the stable and sustainable growth and development of the Turkish
economy. In this context, we thank our former BoD member Mr. Bekir
Pakdemirli, recently appointed Agriculture and Forestry Minister, and
our CFO Mr. Bülent Aksu, the resignation of whom we announced and who is
now to assume a senior role in the Ministry of Treasury and Finance, for
their valuable contributions to Turkcell, and we wish them every success.

We thank all our colleagues and business partners for the role they have
played in our success, along with our Board of Directors for their
unyielding trust and support. We also express our gratitude to our
customers, who have remained with us throughout our success story.

(1) Core digital services include BiP, Dergilik, fizy, Hesabım, lifebox,
Academy, Sports app, Upcall, TV+ and Yaani

(2) EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. See page 13 for the
explanation of how we calculate Adjusted EBITDA and its reconciliation
to net income.

(3) Please note that this paragraph contains forward looking statements
based on our current estimates and expectations regarding market
conditions for each of our different businesses. No assurance can be
given that actual results will be consistent with such estimates and
expectations. For a discussion of factors that may affect our results,
see our Annual Report on Form 20-F for 2017 filed with U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission, and in particular, the risk factor section
therein

(4) Excluding license fee

(5) Share of mobile voice line users which excludes subscribers who do
not use their line in the last 3 months. Triple Play refers to mobile
customers who use voice, data and one of core digital services.

(6) Multiplay subscribers with TV: Fiber internet + IPTV users & fiber
internet + IPTV + fixed voice users

FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL REVIEW

Financial Review of Turkcell Group

Profit & Loss Statement (million TRY)   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y %   H117   H118   y/y %
Revenue 4,316.0 5,105.3 18.3% 8,368.6 9,866.9 17.9%
Cost of revenue1 (2,166.9) (2,345.7) 8.3% (4,155.2) (4,480.6) 7.8%
Cost of revenue1/Revenue (50.2%) (45.9%) 4.3pp (49.7%) (45.4%) 4.3pp
Gross Margin1 49.8% 54.1% 4.3pp 50.3% 54.6% 4.3pp
Administrative expenses (183.8) (193.9) 5.5% (383.6) (408.7) 6.5%
Administrative expenses/Revenue (4.3%) (3.8%) 0.5pp (4.6%) (4.1%) 0.5pp
Selling and marketing expenses (508.3) (431.5) (15.1%) (972.9) (821.3) (15.6%)
Selling and marketing expenses/Revenue (11.8%) (8.5%) 3.3pp (11.6%) (8.3%) 3.3pp
EBITDA2 1,457.0 2,134.2 46.5% 2,856.9 4,156.2 45.5%
EBITDA Margin 33.8% 41.8% 8.0pp 34.1% 42.1% 8.0pp
Depreciation and amortization (617.0) (1,046.1) 69.5% (1,245.4) (2,025.9) 62.7%
EBIT3 840.0 1,088.2 29.5% 1,611.5 2,130.3 32.2%
Net finance income / (costs) 95.8 (486.4) (607.7%) (50.8) (799.8) n.m
Finance income 241.9 812.3 235.8% 443.4 1,277.1 188.0%
Finance costs (146.1) (1,298.7) 788.9% (494.2) (2,077.0) 320.3%
Other income / (expense) (36.8) (30.1) (18.2%) (33.1) (63.6) 92.1%
Non-controlling interests (11.0) (14.4) 30.9% (23.8) (38.6) 62.2%
Income tax expense (183.9) (142.2) (22.7%) (341.2) (312.4) (8.4%)
Discontinued operations - - - - - -
Net Income   704.1   415.1   (41.0%)   1,162.6   915.9   (21.2%)

(1) Excluding depreciation and amortization expenses.

(2) EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. See page 13 for the
explanation of how we calculate Adjusted EBITDA and its reconciliation
to net income.

(3) EBIT is a non-GAAP financial measure and is equal to EBITDA minus
depreciation and amortization expenses.

Revenue of the Group grew by 18.3% year-on-year in Q218. Higher
data consumption on the back of 4.5G services, increased usage of
digital services, a larger subscriber base with a higher postpaid ratio
in Turkey, as well as increased share of multiplay subscribers on both
the mobile and fixed fronts were the main drivers of this growth.

Turkcell Turkey revenues, at 86% of Group revenues, grew by 15.8% to
TRY4,404 million (TRY3,803 million).

  • Data and digital services rose by 15.8% to TRY2,873 million (TRY2,480
    million).
    • Higher 4.5G smartphone penetration, increased data users and
      higher data consumption per user were the main drivers of data and
      digital services revenue growth on the mobile front. On the fixed
      front, the main drivers were a larger subscriber base, price
      adjustments, and increased ratio of multiplay subscribers with TV.
    • Revenues from our digital publishing service Dergilik, TV+, music
      platform fizy and, personal cloud service lifebox also contributed
      to the growth of data and digital services revenues.
  • Wholesale revenues rose by 44.8% to TRY208 million (TRY144 million) on
    the back of increased carrier traffic and the positive impact of TRY
    depreciation on FX based revenues.

Turkcell International revenues, constituting 6% of Group revenues, grew
by 28.6% to TRY332 million (TRY258 million), mainly with the increase in
lifecell revenues.

Other subsidiaries' revenues, at 7% of Group revenues, which includes
information and entertainment services, call center revenues and
revenues from financial services grew by 44.9% to TRY370 million (TRY255
million). This was driven mainly by the rise in the consumer finance
company's revenues to TRY231 million (TRY141 million) in Q218.

Cost of revenue (excluding depreciation and amortization)
declined to 45.9% (50.2%) as a percentage of revenues in Q218. This was
mainly due to the decline in cost of goods sold (1.7pp) and other cost
items (3.7pp) despite the rise TRX expenses (1.1pp).

The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY222 million positive in cost of
revenue items.

Administrative expenses declined to 3.8% (4.3%) as a percentage
of revenues in Q218. The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY14 million
positive.

Selling and marketing expenses declined to 8.5% (11.8%) as a
percentage of revenues in Q218. This was driven by the decline in
selling expenses (2.8pp) and other cost items (0.5pp).

The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY121 million positive.

EBITDA1 rose by 46.5% year-on-year in Q218
leading to an 8.0pp increase in EBITDA margin to 41.8% (33.8%). Cost of
revenue (excluding depreciation and amortization) declined by 4.3pp,
administrative expenses declined by 0.5pp and selling and marketing
expenses declined by 3.3pp as a percentage of revenues.

The impact of new IFRS standards on EBITDA is TRY343 million positive.
Excluding IFRS impacts, EBITDA rose 23.0% on the back of strong revenue
growth and effective cost management.

  • Turkcell Turkey's EBITDA grew by 43.8% to TRY1,867 million (TRY1,298
    million) with an EBITDA margin of 42.4% (34.1%) on an 8.3pp increase.
    The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY295 million positive.
  • Turkcell International EBITDA rose by 85.4% to TRY122 million (TRY66
    million) leading to an EBITDA margin of 36.9% (25.6%). The impact of
    new IFRS standards is TRY42 million positive.
  • The EBITDA of other subsidiaries rose by 55.7% to TRY145 million
    (TRY93 million) with the increasing contribution of our consumer
    finance company. The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY6 million
    positive.

Depreciation and amortization expenses increased 69.5% in Q218.
The impact of new IFRS standards is TRY292 million negative in
depreciation and amortization expenses.

Net finance expense was at TRY486 million (TRY96 million net
finance income) in Q218. This was mainly due to higher net foreign
exchange loss due to FX volatility, and higher interest expenses
resulting from a higher loan amount. Our net foreign exchange loss after
the positive impact of the hedging instruments this quarter was TRY279
million which would have been TRY961 million without hedging instruments
in place. Furthermore, the impact of new IFRS standards was TRY84
million negative on net finance expense.

See Appendix A for details of net foreign exchange gain and loss.

Income tax expense decreased 22.7% year-on-year in Q218. Please
see Appendix A for details.

Net income of the Group was at TRY415 million (TRY704 million) in
Q218 mainly due to higher net foreign exchange loss, increased interest
expenses on loans and higher depreciation and amortization expenses,
despite solid operational performance.

Total cash & debt: Consolidated cash as of June 30, 2018
increased to TRY7,081 million from TRY4,590 million as of March 31,
2018. TRY3,151 million (US$691 million) of consolidated cash was
denominated in US$, TRY2,393 million (EUR451 million) in EUR and
TRY1,537 million in TRY and other local currencies.

Consolidated debt as of June 30, 2018 rose to TRY18,449 million from
TRY15,130 million as of March 31, 2018. This was mainly due to the
increased debt portfolio of Turkcell Turkey with a US$500 million
Eurobond issuance in April, our consumer finance company and the FX
impact on foreign currency denominated debt. Please note that US$170
million of the proceeds from Eurobond issuance was used to repay the
first installment of the Club loan in Q218, while the remaining balance
is reported under consolidated cash. Moreover, TRY1,136 million of our
total debt is comprised of lease obligations resulting from the
implementation of IFRS 16.

  • Consolidated debt breakdown excluding lease obligations resulting from
    the implementation of IFRS 16:
  • Turkcell Turkey's debt was TRY12,112 million, of which TRY6,557
    million (US$1,438 million) was denominated in US$, TRY5,074 million
    (EUR956 million) in EUR, TRY140 million (CNY205 million) in CNY and
    the remaining TRY340 million in TRY.
  • The debt balance of lifecell was TRY749 million, of which TRY723
    million (UAH4,152 million) was denominated in UAH and the remaining
    TRY26 million (EUR5 million) in EUR.

(1) EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. See page 13 for the
explanation of how we calculate adjusted EBITDA and its reconciliation
to net income.

  • Our consumer finance company had a debt balance of TRY4,447 million,
    of which TRY1,886 million (US$413 million) was denominated in US$, and
    TRY1,144 million (EUR215 million) in EUR with the remaining TRY1,417
    million in TRY.
  • TRY628 million of IFRS 16 lease obligations is denominated in TRY,
    TRY251 million (US$55 million) in US$, TRY140 million (EUR26 million)
    in EUR and the remaining balance in other local currencies. (please
    note that the figures in parentheses refer to US$ or EUR equivalents).

TRY10,103 million of our consolidated debt is set at a floating rate,
while TRY6,688 million will mature within less than a year.

Net debt as of June 30, 2018 was at TRY11,368 million. Excluding the
lease obligations resulting from the implementation of IFRS 16, net debt
was at TRY10,231 million with a net debt to EBITDA ratio of 1.49 times.
Excluding consumer finance company consumer loans, our telco only net
debt was at TRY5,541 million with a leverage of 0.84 times.

Turkcell Group's short FX position was at US$301 million as at the end
of Q218. Excluding the impact of the implementation of IFRS 16, our
short position was at US$215 million. This is below the US$500 million
level advised by our Board considering the size of our operations and
balance sheet. (Please note that this figure takes into account
advance payments and hedging but excludes FX swap transactions for TL
borrowing).

Cash flow analysis: Capital expenditures, including
non-operational items, amounted to TRY1,229.6 million (excluding the
impact of new IFRS standards) in Q218. The cash flow item noted as
"Other" in Q218 included the positive impact of the change in working
capital.

In Q218 and H118, operational capital expenditures (excluding license
fees) at the Group level were at 20.2% and 16.0% of total revenues,
respectively.

Consolidated Cash Flow (million TRY)   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   H117   H118
EBITDA1 1,457.0 2,134.2 2,856.9 4,156.2
LESS:
Capex and License (773.3) (1,229.6) (1,344.7) (1,950.1)
Turkcell Turkey (698.1) (999.9) (1,231.5) (1,529.8)
Turkcell International2 (67.6) (222.3) (102.6) (410.7)
Other Subsidiaries2 (7.6) (7.4) (10.6) (9.7)
Net interest Income / (expense) 139.1 474.2 150.0 654.8
Other (1,729.3) 98.1 (2,720.4) (2,197.7)
Net Change in Borrowing 450.5 1,645.6 1,000.4 2,336.6
Cash generated / (used) (456.0) 3,122.6 (57.8) 2,999.9
Cash balance before dividend payment 5,994.5 7,712.2 5,994.5 7,712.2
Dividend paid (1,000.0) (631.4) (1,000.0) (631.4)
Cash balance after dividend payment   4,994.5   7,080.9   4,994.5   7,080.9

(1) EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measure. See page 13 for the
explanation of how we calculate adjusted EBITDA and its reconciliation
to net income.

(2) The impact from the movement of reporting currency (TRY) against
local currencies of subsidiaries in other countries is included in these
lines.

Operational Review of Turkcell Turkey

Summary of Operational Data   Q217   Q118   Q218   y/y %   q/q %
Number of subscribers (million) 36.6 37.3 37.6 2.7% 0.8%
Mobile Postpaid (million) 18.2 18.6 18.8 3.3% 1.1%
Mobile M2M (million) 2.2 2.4 2.5 13.6% 4.2%
Mobile Prepaid (million) 16.0 16.0 16.0 - -
Fiber (thousand) 1,117.5 1,248.7 1,288.5 15.3% 3.2%
ADSL (thousand) 907.1 916.6 916.7 1.1% -
IPTV (thousand) 436.0 535.0 559.9 28.4% 4.7%
Churn (%)
Mobile Churn (%)1 4.2% 4.2% 5.5% 1.3pp 1.3pp
Fixed churn (%) 4.8% 5.3% 4.5% (0.3pp) (0.8pp)
ARPU (Average Monthly Revenue per User) (TRY)
Mobile ARPU, blended 29.1 31.5 32.7 12.4% 3.8%
Mobile ARPU, blended (excluding M2M) 30.8 33.6 34.9 13.3% 3.9%
Postpaid 42.0 45.4 47.1 12.1% 3.7%
Postpaid (excluding M2M) 47.3 51.5 53.7 13.5% 4.3%
Prepaid 14.6 15.3 15.8 8.2% 3.3%
Fixed Residential ARPU, blended 52.7 55.3 55.4 5.1% 0.2%
Average mobile data usage per user (GB/user) 3.9 4.4 5.0 28.2% 13.6%
Mobile MoU (Avg. Monthly Minutes of usage per subs) blended   345.0   344.8   364.4   5.6%   5.7%

(1) In Q117, our churn policy was revised to extend from 9 months to 12
months (the period at the end of which we disconnect prepaid subscribers
who have not topped up above TRY10). Additionally, under our revised
policy, prepaid customers who last topped up before March will be
disconnected at the latest by year-end. Please note that figures for
prior periods have not been restated to reflect this change in churn
policy. The net mobile subscriber addition figures and mobile churn rate
for Q217 and Q118 disclosed in this document have been positively
impacted by this change.

Our mobile subscriber base expanded by 174 thousand quarterly net
additions, reaching 34.8 million in total, on the back of our value
propositions focused on a richer customer experience. Our postpaid
subscriber base grew by 205 thousand quarterly net additions to 54.1%
(53.2%) of our total mobile subscriber base. This growth was supported
mainly by our strong performance in the corporate segment, where we
registered the lowest quarterly churn rate of the past 12 years. On a
year-on-year basis our mobile customer base expanded by 646 thousand net
additions.

Our fixed subscriber base has continued to grow exceeding 2.2 million
subscribers mainly on 40 thousand quarterly net additions of fiber
subscribers. Our fixed customer base grew by 181 thousand on a
year-on-year basis. IPTV subscribers reached 560 thousand on 25 thousand
quarterly and 124 thousand annual net additions. Total TV users
including OTT TV only customers reached 2.6 million. The Turkcell TV+
mobile application has been downloaded 8.7 million times as of July.

In Q218, our mobile churn rate was 5.5%, while our fixed churn rate was
4.5%.

Mobile ARPU (excluding M2M) grew by 13.3% year-on-year in Q218. Mobile
ARPU growth was mainly driven by increased data and digital services
penetration, our upsell performance, price adjustments and larger
postpaid base. The increased share of triple play customers, who use
voice, data and digital services combined, to 60.5%2 contributed
to the ARPU rise as well.

Fixed Residential ARPU rose 5.1% in Q218 year-on-year with the increase
in multiplay subscribers with TV3 to 46.8% of total
residential fiber subscribers, along with upsell efforts.

Strong demand for our mobile data offerings continued as average mobile
data usage per user rose by 28.2% in Q218 year-on-year driven by
increased usage of data and digital services offerings. Average mobile
data usage of 4.5G users was at 6.6GB in Q218 and 7.0GB in June 2018.

4.5G compatible smartphone penetration continued to increase on our
network. 4.5G compatible smartphones4 increased to 18 million
on ~1 million quarterly additions to 77% of total smartphones in Q218.

(2) Share among mobile voice users excluding subscribers who have not
used their lines in the last 3 months. Triple Play refers to mobile
customers who use voice, data and one of core digital services

(3) Multiplay subscribers with TV: Fiber internet + IPTV users & fiber
internet + IPTV + fixed voice users

(4) Adjusted to reflect the updated 4.5G smartphone figures on our
network

TURKCELL INTERNATIONAL

lifecell1 Financial Data   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Revenue (million UAH) 1,173.3 1,276.5 8.8% 2,353.5 2,484.4 5.6%
EBITDA (million UAH) 303.6 563.7 85.7% 623.3 1,068.6 71.4%
EBITDA margin (%) 25.9% 44.2% 18.3pp 26.5% 43.0% 16.5pp
Net income / (loss) (million UAH) (94.0) (206.7) 119.9% (231.9) (384.9) 66.0%
Capex (million UAH)2   443.9   1,190.8   168.3%   681.5   2,522.5   270.1%
Revenue (million TRY) 157.8 207.7 31.6% 317.6 375.7 18.3%
EBITDA (million TRY) 40.8 98.8 142.2% 84.1 168.6 100.5%
EBITDA margin (%) 25.9% 47.6% 21.7pp 26.5% 44.9% 18.4pp
Net income / (loss) (million TRY)   (12.6)   (34.2)   171.4%   (31.3)   (59.1)   88.8%

(1) Since July 10, 2015, we hold a 100% stake in lifecell.

(2) Excluding the impact of new IFRS standards

lifecell (Ukraine) revenues increased 8.8% year-on-year in Q218
in local currency terms mainly on the back of mobile data revenues.
Digital services revenues also contributed to the growth of lifecell's
revenues. EBITDA in local currency terms increased 85.7% year-on-year
leading to an EBITDA margin of 44.2%

lifecell's revenues in TRY terms rose by 31.6%, while the EBITDA margin
increased to 47.6% year-on-year in Q218. The impact of new IFRS
standards on lifecell's EBITDA is TRY43.8 million positive in Q218.

lifecell Operational Data   Q217   Q118   Q218   y/y%   q/q %
Number of subscribers (million)3 12.3 10.3 10.1 (17.9%) (1.9%)
Active (3 months)4 8.4 7.7 7.8 (7.1%) 1.3%
MOU (minutes) (12 months) 126.7 138.5 147.4 16.3% 6.4%

ARPU (Average Monthly Revenue per User),
blended
(UAH)

31.7 37.7 41.7 31.5% 10.6%
Active (3 months) (UAH)   45.5   51.4   55.5   22.0%   8.0%

(3) We may occasionally offer campaigns and tariff schemes that have an
active subscriber life differing from the one that we normally use to
deactivate subscribers and calculate churn.

(4) Active subscribers are those who in the past three months made a
revenue generating activity.

lifecell's three-month active subscriber base increased to 7.8 million
in Q218. Blended ARPU (3-month active) rose by 22.0% year-on-year in
Q218, mostly on rising mobile data consumption and a greater number of
customers with higher ARPU tariffs.

On March 30th, lifecell was the first to launch LTE services
on the 2600 MHz frequency in Ukraine. LTE services were introduced using
LTE Advanced Pro (4.5G) technology, which provides up to five times
faster download speed and up to ten times faster upload speed than 3G
technology. As of June, 4.5G users reached 817 thousand and mobile data
usage of 4.5G users in Q218 was 4.3GB. On July 1st, lifecell
also launched 4.5G services on the 1800 MHz frequency.

lifecell's three-month active 3G data users declined to 3.2 million as
at the end of Q218 mainly due to customers switching to 4.5G service.
Data usage per 3G user increased 80% in Q218 on a year-on-year basis.
Meanwhile, lifecell continued its leadership of the Ukrainian market in
smartphone penetration, which reached 71% as at the end of Q218.

In line with Turkcell's global digital services strategy, lifecell
continued to enrich its digital services portfolio. In addition to its
fizy radio platform service, in April lifecell launched the complete
fizy service in the Ukrainian market with both local and international
content. lifecell also launched its new digital services bundled offer,
including fizy, lifebox, magazines and TV+ services in Q218.

BeST1   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Number of subscribers (million) 1.6 1.6 - 1.6 1.6 -
Active (3 months)   1.2   1.2   -   1.2   1.2   -
Revenue (million BYN) 27.6 30.6 10.9% 51.6 59.8 15.9%
EBITDA (million BYN) 1.8 4.4 144.4% 0.5 9.7 n.m
EBITDA margin (%) 6.6% 14.4% 7.8pp 1.0% 16.1% 15.1pp
Net loss (million BYN) (9.3) (10.3) 10.8% (22.7) (20.3) (10.6%)
Capex (million BYN)2   2.2   2.4   9.1%   5.1   5.7   11.8%
Revenue (million TRY) 52.3 65.4 25.0% 98.4 122.0 24.0%
EBITDA (million TRY) 3.4 10.5 208.8% 1.0 20.8 n.m
EBITDA margin (%) 6.6% 16.0% 9.4pp 1.0% 17.0% 16.0pp
Net loss (million TRY) (17.7) (22.1) 24.9% (43.3) (41.5) (4.2%)
Capex (million TRY)2   3.5   6.3   80.0%   9.3   13.0   39.8%

(1) BeST, in which we hold an 80% stake, has operated in Belarus since
July 2008.

(2) Excluding the impact of new IFRS standards

BeST revenues rose by 10.9% year-on-year in Q218 in local
currency terms, driven mainly by growth in voice, mobile data and device
sale revenues. BeST's EBITDA margin rose to 14.4% positively impacted by
the implementation of the new IFRS standards.

BeST's revenues in TRY terms rose by 25.0% year-on-year in Q218 while
its EBITDA margin increased to 16.0%. The impact of new IFRS standards
on BeST's EBITDA is TRY8.6 million positive in Q218.

BeST, providing 4G services in all regions of Belarus, continued to
increase its coverage. The rising penetration of 4G users which exceeded
30% of 3-month active users and the resulting increase in 4G traffic led
to higher data revenues.

Furthermore, BeST continued to add new services and features to its
digital services portfolio. During the quarter, fizy was launched in the
Belarusian market with both local and international content. The
penetration of digital services within its customer base continued to
increase, leading to increased digital services revenues.

Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell3 (million TRY)   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Number of subscribers (million) 0.5 0.5 - 0.5 0.5 -
Revenue 40.0 45.2 13.0% 76.3 88.7 16.3%
EBITDA 15.2 17.2 13.2% 28.3 31.3 10.6%
EBITDA margin (%) 38.1% 38.0% (0.1pp) 37.1% 35.2% (1.9pp)
Net income 9.7 10.1 4.1% 17.3 15.4 (11.0%)
Capex4   4.2   7.4   76.2%   7.8   11.5   47.4%

(3) Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell, in which we hold a 100% stake, has operated
in Northern Cyprus since 1999.

(4) Excluding the impact of new IFRS standards

Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell revenues rose by 13.0% year-on-year in Q218
mainly driven by the growth in mobile data revenues and increased device
sales. EBITDA increased by 13.2% which resulted in an EBITDA margin of
38.0%. The decline in EBITDA margin was mainly due to the rise in the
cost of devices sold and interconnection costs. The impact of new IFRS
standards on Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell's EBITDA is TRY1.5 million positive
in Q218.

Fintur had operations in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova and
Georgia, and we hold a 41.45% stake in the company. In accordance
with our strategic approach and IFRS requirements, Fintur is classified
as ‘held for sale' and reported as discontinued operations as of October
2016.

On March 5, 2018, Fintur transferred its 51.3% total shareholding in
Azertel Telekomunikasyon Yatirim Diş Ticaret A.Ş to Azerbaijan
International Telecom LLC, a fully state-owned company of the Republic
of Azerbaijan, for EUR221.7 million.

On March 20, 2018, Fintur completed the transfer of its 99.99% total
shareholding in Geocell LLC to Silknet JSC, a joint stock company
organized under the laws of Georgia, for a total consideration of US$153
million.

These transactions have no impact on our financial statements since
Fintur is classified as "assets held for sale" in our financials.

Turkcell Group Subscribers

Turkcell Group subscribers amounted to approximately 50.1 million
as of June 30, 2018. This figure is calculated by taking the number of
subscribers of Turkcell Turkey and each of our subsidiaries. It includes
the total number of mobile, fiber, ADSL and IPTV subscribers of Turkcell
Turkey, and the mobile subscribers of lifecell and BeST, as well as
those of Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell and lifecell Europe.

Turkcell Group Subscribers   Q217   Q118   Q218   y/y%   q/q%
Mobile Postpaid (million) 18.2 18.6 18.8 3.3% 1.1%
Mobile Prepaid (million) 16.0 16.0 16.0 - -
Fiber (thousand) 1,117.5 1,248.7 1,288.5 15.3% 3.2%
ADSL (thousand) 907.1 916.6 916.7 1.1% -
IPTV (thousand) 436.0 535.0 559.9 28.4% 4.7%
Turkcell Turkey subscribers (million)1 36.6 37.3 37.6 2.7% 0.8%
lifecell (Ukraine) 12.3 10.3 10.1 (17.9%) (1.9%)
BeST (Belarus) 1.6 1.6 1.6 - -
Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell 0.5 0.5 0.5 - -
lifecell Europe2 0.4 0.3 0.3 (25.0%) -
Turkcell Group Subscribers (million)   51.4   50.1   50.1   (2.5%)   -

(1) Subscribers to more than one service are counted separately for each
service.

(2) The "wholesale traffic purchase" agreement, signed between Turkcell
Europe GmbH operating in Germany and Deutsche Telekom for five years in
2010, had been modified to reflect the shift in business model to a
"marketing partnership". The new agreement between Turkcell and a
subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom was signed on August 27, 2014. The
transfer of Turkcell Europe operations to Deutsche Telekom's subsidiary
was completed on January 15, 2015. Subscribers are still included in the
Turkcell Group Subscriber figure. Turkcell Europe was rebranded as
lifecell Europe on January 15, 2018.

OVERVIEW OF THE MACROECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

The foreign exchange rates used in our financial reporting, along with
certain macroeconomic indicators, are set out below.

    Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q118   Q218   y/y%   q/q%   H117   H118   y/y%
GDP Growth (Turkey) 5.4% 7.4% n.a n.a n.a 5.4% n.a n.a
Consumer Price Index (Turkey) (yoy) 10.9% 10.2% 15.4% 4.5pp 5.2pp 10.9% 15.4% 4.5pp
US$ / TRY rate
Closing Rate 3.5071 3.9489 4.5607 30.0% 15.5% 3.5071 4.5607 30.0%
Average Rate 3.5625 3.8077 4.2639 19.7% 12.0% 3.6145 4.0358 11.7%
EUR / TRY rate
Closing Rate 4.0030 4.8673 5.3092 32.6% 9.1% 4.0030 5.3092 32.6%
Average Rate 3.9348 4.6795 5.0636 28.7% 8.2% 3.9180 4.8715 24.3%
US$ / UAH rate
Closing Rate 26.10 26.54 26.19 0.3% (1.3%) 26.10 26.19 0.3%
Average Rate 26.48 27.42 26.24 (0.9%) (4.3%) 26.78 26.83 0.2%
US$ / BYN rate
Closing Rate 1.9336 1.9501 1.9898 2.9% 2.0% 1.9336 1.9898 2.9%
Average Rate   1.8787   1.9663   1.9975   6.3%   1.6%   1.8948   1.9819   4.6%

RECONCILIATION OF NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASUREMENTS: We believe
Adjusted EBITDA, among other measures, facilitates performance
comparisons from period to period and management decision making. It
also facilitates performance comparisons from company to company.
Adjusted EBITDA as a performance measure eliminates potential
differences caused by variations in capital structures (affecting
interest expense), tax positions (such as the impact of changes in
effective tax rates on periods or companies) and the age and book
depreciation of tangible assets (affecting relative depreciation
expense). We also present Adjusted EBITDA because we believe it is
frequently used by securities analysts, investors and other interested
parties in evaluating the performance of other mobile operators in the
telecommunications industry in Europe, many of which present Adjusted
EBITDA when reporting their results.

Our Adjusted EBITDA definition includes Revenue, Cost of Revenue
excluding depreciation and amortization, Selling and Marketing expenses
and Administrative expenses, but excludes translation gain/(loss),
finance income, finance expense, share of profit of equity accounted
investees, gain on sale of investments, minority interest and other
income/(expense).

Nevertheless, Adjusted EBITDA has limitations as an analytical tool,
and you should not consider it in isolation from, or as a substitute for
analysis of, our results of operations, as reported under IFRS. The
following table provides a reconciliation of Adjusted EBITDA, as
calculated using financial data prepared in accordance with IFRS as
issued by the IASB, to net profit, which we believe is the most directly
comparable financial measure calculated and presented in accordance with
IFRS as issued by the IASB.

Turkcell Group (million TRY)   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Adjusted EBITDA 1,457.0 2,134.2 46.5% 2,856.9 4,156.2 45.5%
Depreciation and amortization (617.0) (1,046.1) 69.5% (1,245.4) (2,025.9) 62.7%
Finance income 241.9 812.3 235.8% 443.4 1,277.1 188.0%
Finance costs (146.1) (1,298.7) 788.9% (494.2) (2,077.0) 320.3%
Other income / (expense) (36.8) (30.1) (18.2%) (33.1) (63.6) 92.1%

Consolidated profit from continued operations
before
income tax & minority interest

899.0 571.7 (36.4%) 1,527.6 1,266.9 (17.1%)
Income tax expense (183.9) (142.2) (22.7%) (341.2) (312.4) (8.4%)
Consolidated profit from continued operations before minority
interest
715.0 429.5 (39.9%) 1,186.4 954.5 (19.5%)
Discontinued operations - - - - - -
Consolidated profit before minority interest   715.0   429.5   (39.9%)   1,186.4   954.5   (19.5%)

NOTICE: This release includes forward-looking statements
within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section
21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Safe Harbor
provisions of the US Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
This includes, in particular, our targets for revenue, EBITDA and capex
for 2018. More generally, all statements other than statements of
historical facts included in this press release, including, without
limitation, certain statements regarding the launch of new businesses,
our operations, financial position and business strategy may constitute
forward-looking statements.
In addition, forward-looking
statements generally can be identified by the use of forward-looking
terminology such as, among others, "will," "expect," "intend,"
"estimate," "believe", "continue" and "guidance".

Although Turkcell believes that the expectations reflected in such
forward-looking statements are reasonable at this time, it can give no
assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct.
All
subsequent written and oral forward-looking statements attributable to
us are expressly qualified in their entirety by reference to these
cautionary statements. For a discussion of certain factors that may
affect the outcome of such forward looking statements, see our Annual
Report on Form 20-F for 2017 filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission, and in particular the risk factor section therein. We
undertake no duty to update or revise any forward looking statements,
whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

The Company makes no representation as to the accuracy or
completeness of the information contained in this press release, which
remains subject to verification, completion and change. No
responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by the Company or any
of its subsidiaries, board members, officers, employees or agents as to
or in relation to the accuracy or completeness of the information
contained in this press release or any other written or oral information
made available to any interested party or its advisers.

ABOUT TURKCELL: Turkcell is a digital operator headquartered
in Turkey, serving its customers with its unique portfolio of digital
services along with voice, messaging, data and IPTV services on its
mobile and fixed networks. Turkcell Group companies operate in 8
countries – Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus, Northern Cyprus, Germany,
Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova. Turkcell launched LTE services in its
home country on April 1
st, 2016, employing
LTE-Advanced and 3 carrier aggregation technologies in 81 cities. In 2G
and 3G, Turkcell's population coverage in Turkey is at 99.59% and
97.98%, respectively, as of June 2018. Turkcell offers up to 10 Gbps
fiber internet speed with its FTTH services. Turkcell Group reported
TRY5.1 billion revenue in Q218 with total assets of TRY41.0 billion as
of June 30, 2018. It has been listed on the NYSE and the BIST since July
2000, and is the only NYSE-listed company in Turkey. Read more at
www.turkcell.com.tr

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Appendix A – Tables

Table: Net foreign exchange gain and loss details

Million TRY   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Turkcell Turkey (45.1) (658.2) n.m (199.9) (1,024.7) 412.6%
Turkcell International 9.3 (33.7) (462.4%) 2.4 (43.0) n.m
Other Subsidiaries (7.4) (268.8) n.m (3.2) (386.9) n.m
Net FX loss before hedging (43.3) (960.6) n.m (200.7) (1,454.6) 624.8%

Fair value gain on derivative
financial instruments

78.0 682.1 774.5% 128.4 1,005.0 682.7%
Net FX gain / (loss) after hedging   34.7   (278.5)   (902.6%)   (72.3)   (449.6)   521.9%

Table: Income tax expense details

Million TRY   Quarter   Half Year
Q217   Q218   y/y%   H117   H118   y/y%
Current tax expense (136.9) (181.6) 32.7% (233.0) (361.7) 55.2%
Deferred tax income / (expense) (47.0) 39.4 n.m (108.1) 49.4 n.m
Income Tax expense   (183.9)   (142.2)   (22.7%)   (341.2)   (312.4)   (8.4%)

TURKCELL ILETISIM HIZMETLERI A.S.

IFRS SELECTED FINANCIALS (TRY Million)

  Quarter Ended   Quarter Ended   Quarter Ended   Half Ended   Half Ended
June 30, March 31, June 30, June 30, June 30,
2017   2018   2018   2017   2018
 
 
Consolidated Statement of Operations Data
Turkcell Turkey 3,802.9 4,117.0 4,403.8 7,365.6 8,520.8
Turkcell International 257.8 279.4 331.5 505.9 610.9
Other 255.3 365.2 369.9 497.1 735.1
Total revenues 4,316.0 4,761.6 5,105.3 8,368.6 9,867.0
Direct cost of revenues (2,783.9)   (3,114.8)   (3,391.8)   (5,400.6)   (6,506.5)
Gross profit 1,532.1 1,646.8

1,713.6

2,968.0 3,360.4
Administrative expenses (183.8) (214.9) (193.9) (383.6) (408.7)
Selling & marketing expenses (508.3) (389.8) (431.5) (972.9) (821.3)
Other Operating Income / (Expense) (36.8)   (33.4)   (30.2)   (33.1)   (63.7)
Operating profit before financing costs 803.2 1,008.7 1,058.0 1,578.4 2,066.7
Finance costs (146.1) (778.3) (1,268.3) (494.2) (2,046.6)
Finance income 241.9   464.8   781.9   443.4   1,246.8
Income before tax and non-controlling interest 899.0 695.2 571.6 1,527.6 1,266.8
Income tax expense (183.9)   (170.2)   (142.2)   (341.2)   (312.4)
Income from continuing operations before non-controlling interest 715.1 524.9 429.5 1,186.4 954.5
Discontinued operations - - - - -
Non-controlling interests (11.0)   (24.2)   (14.4)   (23.8)   (38.6)
Net income 704.1   500.8   415.1   1,162.6   915.8
 
Net income per share 0.32 0.23 0.19 0.53 0.42
 
Other Financial Data
 
Gross margin 35.5% 34.6% 33.6% 35.5% 34.1%
EBITDA(*) 1,457.0 2,022.0 2,134.3 2,856.9 4,156.2
Capital expenditures 773.3 2,544.6 1,548.9 1,344.7 4,093.7
 
Consolidated Balance Sheet Data (at period end)
Cash and cash equivalents 4,994.5 4,589.7 7,080.9 4,994.5 7,080.9
Total assets 31,914.3 37,073.1 41,026.2 31,914.3 41,026.2
Long term debt 7,155.6 9,414.2 11,760.3 7,155.6 11,760.3
Total debt 11,197.4 15,130.5 18,448.6 11,197.4 18,448.6
Total liabilities 17,713.1 22,825.5 26,073.9 17,713.1 26,073.9
Total shareholders' equity / Net Assets 14,201.2 14,247.6 14,952.3 14,201.2 14,952.3
 
(*) Please refer to the notes on reconciliation of Non-GAAP
Financial measures on page 13
For further details, please refer to our consolidated financial
statements and notes as at 30 June 2018 on our web site

TURKCELL ILETISIM HIZMETLERI A.S.

TURKISH ACCOUNTING STANDARDS SELECTED FINANCIALS (TRY Million)

  Quarter Ended   Quarter Ended   Quarter Ended   Half Ended   Half Ended
June 30, March 31, June 30, June 30, June 30,
2017   2018   2018   2017   2018
 
 
Consolidated Statement of Operations Data
Turkcell Turkey 3,802.9 4,117.0 4,403.8 7,365.6 8,520.8
Turkcell International 257.8 279.4 331.5 505.9 610.9
Other 255.3   365.2   369.9   497.1   735.1
Total revenues 4,316.0 4,761.6 5,105.3 8,368.6 9,866.9
Direct cost of revenues (2,783.9)   (3,114.8)   (3,391.8)   (5,400.6)   (6,506.5)
Gross profit 1,532.1 1,646.8 1,713.6 2,968.0 3,360.4
Administrative expenses (183.8) (214.9) (193.9) (383.6) (408.7)
Selling & marketing expenses (508.3) (389.8) (431.5) (972.9) (821.3)
Other Operating Income / (Expense) 14.4   100.5   623.2   273.6   723.8
Operating profit before financing and investing costs 854.4 1,142.6 1,711.4 1,885.1 2,854.1
Income from investing activities (0.3) 8.7 7.7 10.6 16.4
Expense from investing activities 4.6   (14.2)   (42.6)   (16.0)   (56.9)
Income before financing costs 858.7 1,137.1 1,676.4 1,879.7 2,813.6
Finance income 141.1 398.1 656.8 202.4 1,054.8
Finance expense (100.8)   (840.0)   (1,761.6)   (554.5)   (2,601.6)
Income from continuing operations before tax and non-controlling
interest
899.0 695.2 571.6 1,527.6 1,266.8
Income tax expense from continuing operations (183.9)   (170.2)   (142.2)   (341.2)   (312.4)
Income from continuing operations before non-controlling interest 715.1 525.0 429.5 1,186.4 954.5
Discontinued operations -   -   -   -   -
Income before non-controlling interest 715.1 525.0 429.5 1,186.4 954.5
Non-controlling interest (11.0)   (24.2)   (14.4)   (23.8)   (38.6)
Net income 704.1 500.8 415.1 1,162.6 915.8
 
Net income per share 0.32 0.23 0.19 0.53 0.42
 
Other Financial Data
 
Gross margin 35.5% 34.6% 33.6% 35.5% 34.1%
EBITDA 1,457.0 2,022.0 2,134.2 2,856.9 4,156.2
Capital expenditures 773.3 2,544.6 1,548.9 1,344.7 4,093.7
 
Consolidated Balance Sheet Data (at period end)
Cash and cash equivalents 4,994.5 4,589.7 7,080.9 4,994.5 7,080.9
Total assets 31,914.3 37,073.1 41,026.2 31,914.3 41,026.2
Long term debt 7,155.6 9,414.2 11,760.3 7,155.6 11,760.3
Total debt 11,197.4 15,130.5 18,448.6 11,197.4 18,448.6
Total liabilities 17,713.1 22,825.5 26,073.9 17,713.1 26,073.9
Total shareholders' equity / Net Assets 14,201.2 14,247.6 14,952.3 14,201.2 14,952.3

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