The African continent is very attractive in terms of voice traffic termination. And although the standard of living here is still one of the lowest, many entrepreneurs receive the income of equated to the small town profit for a year when installing VoIP GSM Gateways in the country.
Nigeria has a number of positive aspects in terms of termination. It is the largest country in Africa, which is ranked seventh in the world in terms of population. There are approximately 194 million people living in the country. Nigeria is recognized as the fourteenth country in the world by population density.
A positive factor for the termination is a great migration of the local population due to the low standard of living. About 60% of residents live below the poverty line. These conditions contribute to the fact that Nigerians are looking for opportunities for a more affluent life abroad. The country is on a par with India and China in the number of migrants, taking 3rd place for this indicator. There are from 5 to 15 million people in the Nigerian diaspora. Most Nigerians live in the US, England, South Africa, Gambia, Canada, and Portugal. Nigeria has the widespread labor migration to neighboring countries and southern Europe. A significant number of immigrants live in Gabon, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Italy, and Greece.
The people that are leaving the country are much more than those remaining in it. It means that this is a favorable direction for the termination if you make the right choice of VoIP solutions for business. Migration of population has led to a steady flow of international traffic into the country.
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Major cities in Nigeria account for more than 13 million people. In one of them you can set up multi-channel gateways and receive substantial income from landing calls from abroad.
In addition, in Nigeria there are many tourists from Benin, Niger, Ghana, Cameroon, Germany, France, and Italy. They go, as a rule, to Lagos, Kano, Jos, Abuja, Oshogbo, Ibadan and other historical cities. They are an excellent choice for installing VoIP equipment and traffic termination. Nigeria is characterized by flat terrain, so the GSM-connection is of good quality. At the same time, it is better off positioning gateways GSM GoIP in different cities. This will help prevent the rapid blocking of SIM-cards by operators.
In September 2013, the penetration rate of GSM-communication was 70%, with a population of 168.8 million people. Major operators in the country are Airtel (Zain), MTN, Glomobile, and Mubadala Etisalat.
The demand for VoIP-termination in Nigeria is high enough. Traffic volumes offered by transit companies reach100K. The most active months of the demand for landing calls are April, May, June, August, September, and November. At the same time, one VoIP-minute in Nigeria is $0.166 on average. If you terminate 5-6 hours a day, monthly income will amount to $1,500. Moreover, this will be profit only from a single channel. If you install the 8-32 port equipment, then said income can be multiplied by the number of channels of each device.
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