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I Spent $100 a Day for a Month, and What Came of It
I Spent $100 a Day for a Month, and What Came of It
09-Nov-2016 14:14

I Spent $100 a Day for a Month, and What Came of It

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I have long thought about starting my own business. But I did not have enough funds that could be used as seed money. The maximum amount that I could afford to invest was $3,000, which are not enough.

Once I came across an online proposal to start a business in telecommunications. It looked quite attractive, with minimal investment to bring maximum profit. I decided to try to invest my 3,000. I knew that today it is not so much money to set up your startup. And I had no other options in mind.

The bottom line of the business was to make money on a difference in the cost of international and local calls. This is called a voip termination: you receive incoming traffic (minutes of conversation) in VoIP format, that is, through the Internet, and then convert the calls to the GSM format. The difference in fees is the money you make. To start the business, I had to buy special equipment - a gateway through which you can redirect an international call to a local one. I bought the simplest device – a single channel GoIP gateway, which cost me about $100.

I placed the equipment in the country, where the cost per voip minute of conversation is $0.17, and local calls cost $ 0.002, if you try and find the best plan for calls. You should also add the cost of the SIM-cards and internet connection. I found an offer from a company that sends traffic on the forum and started my gsm gateway.

On the first day it ended in failure. The SIM-card was locked within one hour after activation. I bought another 15 pieces. All got blocked, and even faster than the first one. Then I found out that GSM operators monitor termination, since it is not profitable for them. To this end they use special antifraud systems that block the cards with enhanced activity. A real user cannot continuously call. It becomes immediately clear that you have the gateway running. It turned out that you had to build the behavior logic of SIM-cards to make the simulation of the behavior of a person the most believable.

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I decided to buy a SIM-bank and another gateway equipped with 4 channels. On the forum I found out that the SIM-bank, together with the use of a SIM-server (special program) allows you to simulate the movement of a person. That is, you buy a lot of cards and control them from a distance. You can virtually load and unload SIM-cards in the gateway/from the gateway, rearrange them, make calls from one number to the other. This helps to simulate the behavior of a person in GSM networks.

All in all, I bought a 4-port GoIP gateway for $500 and the 32-port SIM-bank for $1,500. At first, all went well. For 20 days, I earned almost $5,000! Considering the purchase of equipment for $2,000, you can assume that I spent $100 a day and made $250 a day. As a result, my income was 3,000 dollars.

I worked for 5 hours a day and in every way tried to simulate a real user behavior. It was difficult, and the problems started at the end of the month. I did not have time to time to replenish the balance on the card. As a result, there were a lot of failed calls, which I had not noticed. I lost money, and eventually pretending real people who use cellular communication, become more difficult. Cards were blocked more often, because it was physically impossible to carry out actions to imitate human behavior. As a result, a lot of money had been spent on the purchase of new SIM-cards, and the profit was close to zero.

In search of a solution, I surfed the Internet. As a result, I came across the GoAntiFraud service advertising. They propose connecting the equipment to their server and use the software for the computerization of work processes, and tools for simulating human behavior. Since the trial version for 7 days was free, I decided to try it. And, to my surprise, I noticed an improvement. My equipment began working more productively week, with SIM-locks decreased by several times!

Easy-to-use software, offered by GoAntiFraud, allows you to set patterns for the behavior of SIM-cards. Once I created an example, which cards should use to work, and had everything working automatically. In addition, there is the automatic top-up, which is also very helpful to increase the profitability of traffic termination. My business started to improve with the help of GoAntiFraud.

Now I use this service constantly, I have 10 gateways and 2 SIM-banks, located in 2 countries, connected to it. I make about 15,000 dollars a month.

Complete NewBusiness solution from GoAntiFraud is your successful start into the GSM termination! We provide ready-business on a turnkey basis, which includes a set of GoIP equipment by EjoinTech or ChinaSkyline, convenient software to computerize the operation and efficient tools to protect the SIM-cards from the lock. We also provide qualified technical support at every stage of your business. Our business model is based on the successful experience of more than 2,000 customers in 31 countries!
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