Econet Telecom Lesotho is the second of two GSM operators in Lesotho. Previously, it was a state-owned company and after privatization it lags far behind the market leader Vodacom - both in the number of connected subscribers and in coverage. Nevertheless, a lot of voice traffic passes through Econet, so its SIM cards can be used forVoIP termination.
There are two types of prepaid SIM cards - Buddie and Lebertie. They can be obtained free of charge at Econet stores, all you have to do is to immediately top up your account with $3.5 to activate your card. You can use this money to connect various services packages. Buddi provides for per-second billing, the cost of a minute of a call is about $0.08 within the network and $0.17 for calls to other operators. Liberties provides the same tariffs for national calls, but this tariff plan proposes more favorable conditions for calling abroad.
Econet also offers connecting packages with minutes:
- PONTO. 300 seconds for calls at $0.14.
- M4 BUNDLE. 1500 seconds for calls at $0.28.
- NCHOATHI DAY. 9900 seconds for calls at $0.7.
- LOCAL BUNDLES. 1000 seconds for calls at $0.7.
NCHOATHI DAY is the optimal choice for termination. With this package, the price per minute of a call will be just $0.004. When running the goip gsm gateway for 150 minutes a day, the earnings of an entrepreneur working in traffic landing business will be about $ 150 from each channel. The more traffic you terminate, the higher is your profit.