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Cameroon: VoIP GSM Termination Market Overview
Cameroon: VoIP GSM Termination Market Overview
06-Dec-2016 10:40

Cameroon: VoIP GSM Termination Market Overview

The Republic of Cameroon, like any African country, is very attractive to those who have decided to invest in GoIP termination traffic. The country constantly has considerable amounts of international traffic flowing/

Cameroon is engaged in the export of oil and oil products, timber, cocoa, coffee, and cotton. Among the partners in foreign trade are Spain, Italy, France, the United States, the Netherlands, and China. Cameroon also imports goods from Nigeria, Belgium, France, and China.

Amounts of traffic originators offer to land in Cameroon is 15K on average. With a population of 19.7 million, 43% of local residents use cellular communications. The country has three major GSM operators:

  • MTN (10.1 million users);
  • Orange (6.2 million users);
  • Nexttel (2 million users).
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We recommend using SIM-cards of the largest operator in Cameroon - MTN, so that you can get a steady income from the termination of calls. Orange packages will also do to terminate traffic. It should be noted that GSM coverage in small towns is not too good, which makes mobile communication unstable in such settlements.

Average voip rate in Cameroon is $0.23 per minute. One minute of a local call will cost about $0.1, which opens up good prospects for the owner of an elastix gsm gateway to make good money. Terminating for 5 hours a day via a 16-channel device, you can make over 10 thousand dollars a month, if you provide protection of SIM-cards from blocking by antifraud systems, of course. You can read here about the selection of the most favorable packages for traffic termination GoIP in Cameroon.

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