- Faith's music technology WebSynth was adopted by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. as the standard sound source for its PS2 game software.
- The EZ-Web ringtone distribution service (currently operated by KDDI CORPORATION’s AU) was started using Faith's "CompactMIDI".
- NTT DOCOMO, INC. started a 16-tone karaoke service using Faith's i-app in its first JAVA-equipped 503i mobile phone series.
- Faith, Inc. was listed on JASDAQ.
- Established a North American subsidiary Faith West Inc.
- Verizon Wireless started the first* North American 16-tone ringtone service Modtones in the US.
- Acquired Digiplug S.A.S of France as a subsidiary and undertook development of distribution services and music distribution technology for mobile phones in Europe.
- Established MORA Corporation as a joint venture company with NTT DATA Corporation. Started a business platform construction support business in China.
- Developed a multi-format player compatible with DSP-compliant software sound sources produced by Texas Instruments Inc. of the US and with all kinds of formats around the world.
- Entered into an agreement with Nokia Japan Co., Ltd. concerning next-generation mobile terminal-use content development support.
- Started the UK's first* mobile group messaging service buzzuco.
- Listed on the 1st section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
- Acquired Webmoney Corporation as a subsidiary, building up the electronic money business.
- Formed an alliance with SingTel in the content distribution business in Singapore.
- AT&T Wireless started the US top brand service Modtones for m-mode.
- Formed alliances with Maxis Bhd in Malaysia and Smart Communications, Inc. in the Philippines as part of the content distribution business.
- In an alliance with Verizon Wireless in the US, Faith West started the master music distribution service Modtones DJ and the graphic distribution service Modtones Gallery.
- In an alliance with McDonald's Corporation, provided music ringtones as prizes for the first time in the largest scale campaign of its type in the US.
- Formed an alliance with the world biggest online game maker, GRAVITY Co., Ltd. in South Korea.
- Established Bellrock Media Japan, Inc. a content distribution business through joint investment with YOSHIMOTO KOGYO CO., LTD.
- Acquired TakeNET, which is part of the content distribution business focused on Brazil, as a subsidiary.
- Acquired Goody Point, Inc., one of the major gift points card system providers in Japan, as a subsidiary.
- Established Medical Communication, Inc. to expand into the field of medical, health and electronic medical record services using mobile phones.
- Established Brave, Inc. which produces and distributes music and visual software, in a joint venture with Taito Corporation and SQUARE ENIX HOLDINGS CO.,LTD.
- Subsidiary GIGA NETWORKS, INC. acquired the business rights of Giga, one of Japan's major ringtone providers with 4 million paying members.
- Established Desperado, Inc. in a joint venture with the Amuse Group to expand into production and digital distribution of movies.
- Acquired Rightsscale, Inc., operator of Asia's first iTunes authorized aggregator, as a subsidiary to enhance the music digital distribution business.
- Established the Faith Advisory Board.
- Strengthened the group's collaborative business framework through a capital alliance with Intel Corporation and YOSHIMOTO KOGYO CO., LTD.
- GIGA NETWORKS, INC. started a video distribution service for mobile phones. Utilizing Faith's personal authentication technology NFRM, the company launched a general-use service that made enabled viewing and listening of content via an official i-mode site on PCs, digital home appliances and other devices in addition to mobile phones.
- Medical Communication, Inc. started "PocketQQ" services.
- Brave, Inc. started “viBirth”, Asia's first* private label service to support musicians.
- WebMoney Corporation listed on JASDAQ NEO (New Entrepreneurs' Opportunity).
- Desperado, Inc. produced the hit movie "PACO and the Magical Book".
- GIGA NETWORKS, INC. and Desperado, Inc. merged to become Faith Wonderworks, Inc.
- Business of Medical Communication, Inc. transferred to Faith in order to strengthen competitiveness in this field
- Launched MusicBirth+, an integrated music program spanning the TV, the Internet and mobile phones.
- Faith's digital distribution technology for ringtones has been used in about 100 countries around the world and on about 9 billion mobile devices.