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GSM Termination for Dummies: How not to Get Disappointed in Business
GSM Termination for Dummies: How not to Get Disappointed in Business
05-Jun-2019 07:19

GSM Termination for Dummies: How not to Get Disappointed in Business

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Voice traffic termination is a promising modern business area in telecommunications field, which can bring high profits. Nevertheless, unfortunately, many newcomers, barely having started working in this area, face difficulties that disappoint them. As a result, they abandon their business and do not want to return to it anymore, and sometimes even suffer losses. It's all the fault of the key problem of termination - blocking of SIM-cards by operators.

Since GSM termination is a business that prevents mobile operators from earning maximum profits, the latter are doing everything possible to stop the terminators. To do this, they invest large sums of money in the development of special AntiFraud programs that track traffic landing. This software monitors the activity of all subscribers connected to the operator network and analyzes it, comparing it with the parameters of "humanity". That is, the program “knows” how an ordinary subscriber behaves and how the gateway “behaves”.

Comparing the “behavior” of the SIM card with the normal values for the mobile operator’s client, it quickly understands who is who. If suspicion arises that the card is involved in termination, antifraud system immediately blocks it. A terminator faced with a massive SIM-blocking, loses money, because he constantly needs to buy a huge number of new SIM-cards and these costs do not pay off. This is how the beginners get disappointed in one of the most profitable areas of telecom business.

Giving up is the easiest thing, but you can always struggle it out. Using professional tools to simulate human behavior, you can "fool” the antifraud program. The capabilities of GoAntiFraud make it possible to significantly extend the life of SIM cards - for this, scripts of "behavior" are created for the cards in gsm gateway topex or GoIP. That is, thanks to special software, the card behaves in almost the same way as a usual subscriber. And for some time, the antifraud system "believes" that it is not the gateway but a real person that is calling.

Of course, no SIM card is everlasting. That is, it is impossible to 100% prevent locking. But it is quite possible to reduce the frequency of SIM-blocking and due to this, you can earn really good money. To this effect, you need to invest in a good software solution, such as GoAntiFraud. This investment will quickly pay off and you can run a profitable business without disappointment.

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