Guinea-Bissau is a West African country with a population of about 1.95 million people. The main branch of the country's telecommunications market is mobile telephony. The landline networks in Guinea-Bissau do not operate, as they were seriously damaged during the 1987 conflict. The developed mobile sector and high rate in this area ($0.18 per minute on average) make it possible to earn at least $500 per channel on traffic termination.
At the moment, the cellular communication penetration rate in Guinea-Bissa is 77% (more than 1.49 million connections). There are two GSM operators in the country - private companies MTN and Orange. Coverage in Guinea-Bissau is uneven - in some regions the signal is steady, in some areas it is completely absent (mainly in remote areas). Most local residents use two SIM-cards, which affected the overall mobile penetration rate.
The estimated cost of a prepaid SIM card in Guinea-Bissau is 85 cents. Mobile communication is not expensive within the country - by connecting special offers, you can make outgoing calls at a price of $0.02 per minute. Thus, your earnings will be at least $500 from each hardware for voip server channel. If you use gateways for a large number of ports, the profit will be much higher.
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