Anguilla is a self-governing overseas territory of Great Britain, located in the Caribbean Sea near Puerto Rico. The population is 15.04 thousand people. Despite the small population in the country, there is a lot of international traffic generated here - Anguilla is poor in natural resources, so the local economy is based on tourism. You can earn a minimum of $150 from one channel on traffic termination in the country.
The mobile sector is progressing well in Anguilla - penetration of cellular communication has reached 191% (more than 28 thousand connections). This is due to the fact that many local people use two SIM cards in parallel. And 79% of of all connections are for prepaid clients. Previously, there was a monopoly in the mobile market of Anguilla - they had only one operating provider of cellular communication services named Flow. To date, they have a competitor named Digicel, and each owns about 50% of the market. This allowed to reduce the price policy for subscribers.
SIM cards in Anguilla are quite expensive - about $9 each. Standard rates for local calls are also high - about $0.25 per minute. But there are a lot of profitable offers due to the competition of operators, within such tariff plans, a minute of the call can cost up to $0.05. With average mobile voip deal rates of $0.11- $0.13, the terminator can receive revenue of at least $150 from each channel of equipment. The main thing is to reliably protect the cards from anti-fraud systems, which work quite hard in high-rate countries. To do this, use the high-performance GoAntiFraud service tools.