The African country Equatorial Guinea attracts tens of thousands of workers from other African countries every year. Therefore, with a population of 1.36 million people, a lot of international traffic is concentrated there. Mobile penetration in the country reached 48%, that is, about 643 thousand connections have been counted. With an average rate of $0.12 per minute, these are good conditions for starting a business in the field of VoIP traffic termination.
At the moment, 2 GSM operators are operating in the Equatorial Guinea mobile phone market:
Previously, Getesa-Orange dominated the market; in fact, there was a monopoly, which negatively affected the cost and quality of services. After separation of GETESA from Orange and stimulation of competition, the situation improved. Also, the telecommunications market in Equatorial Guinea received investments in 2016, and local operators focused on upgrading the mobile services.
A prepaid SIM card in Equatorial Guinea costs about $3.4; it can be with an initial loan as part of promotional offers. By default, the cost of national calls is high in the country - $0.25 per minute within the network and $0.3 per minute, when calling to the numbers of other operators. Using special package offers, you can call for up to $0.01 per minute. Thus, the terminator’s earnings can be 50-500 dollars per channel, depending on the operator.
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