Etisalat is a multinational cellular provider, which first appeared in the United Arab Emirates, and now operates in 17 countries (Asia, Africa, and the Middle East). It is among the twenty largest GSM operators in the world: its subscriber base consists of more than 167 million users.
African countries, like many countries in the Middle East and Asia, are quite in demand as routes for terminating GSM traffic. VoIP call rates are quite high, which allows entrepreneurs to make good money on terminating international calls. To obtain high revenues, terminators tend to choose a major mobile operator, which provides large amounts of traffic. Etisalat, as one of the world's largest providers of mobile communications, can be an excellent choice. We have prepared for you a list of countries, in which this operator operates, indicating the average rate for each direction.
- United Arab Emirates. This country provides one of the highest rates of mobile penetration: 200%. The average rate is $0.06 per minute.
- Saudi Arabia. The average rate is $0.05.
- Sri Lanka. $0.06 per minute.
- Morocco. $0.19 per minute.
- Pakistan. $0.03 per minute.
- Egypt. $0.01 per minute.
- Afghanistan. $0.01 per minute.
- Nigeria. $0.03 per minute.
- Mauritania. $0.2 per minute.
- Mali. $0.17 per minute.
- Côte d'Ivoire. $0.09 per minute.
- Central African Republic. $0.15 per minute.
- Gabon. $0.11- $0.22 per minute.
- Togo. $0.07- $0.16 per minute.
- Benin. $0.15 per minute.
- Niger. $0.16 per minute.
- Burkina Faso. $0.15- $0.18 per minute.
If you choosing the optimal route for terminating calls, you can get a solid profit. The main thing is to protect your SIM-cards from blocking by anti-fraud systems, applying the scenarios of the real subscribers' behavior in GSM networks.