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Libya: Prospects to Make Money Doing VoIP Termination
Libya: Prospects to Make Money Doing VoIP Termination
08-May-2017 14:36

Libya: Prospects to Make Money Doing VoIP Termination

Libya is quite popular as a destination for VoIP traffic termination. In Lybia, there is one of the highest rates of mobile penetration among African countries, which is 155%, with a population of about 6.4 million. At the same time in Libya, there is a good GSM coverage, which covers almost the entire territory. The signal is best caught in the capital - Tripoli and other major cities: Benghazi, Tobruk, and Sebha.

The average rate for this direction ranges from $0.05 to $0.08. At the same time, the cellular communication rates within the country are rather low, which opens up good opportunities to make money terminating calls. On average, one minute of a local call costs $0.04 in Libya. The cost of a SIM-card in the country is about 3.5 dollars.

The civil war in Libya seriously undermined the economy of the state, in particular, the telecommunications sector. The result was high prices for SIM-cards and expensive tariffs for calls. The situation was particularly severe in the eastern region of the country but, despite this, the mobile communication market has gradually recovered.

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Today, in Libya, there are 2 major mobile operators, competing with each other:

Libyana (the subscriber base is 6.2 million people);

Almadar (the subscriber base is 3 million people).

Both GSM operators offer approximately the same prices for tariffs for on-net calls. If you set up the VoIP gateway and terminate 600 minutes a day, you can earn over $100 from one GSM gateway channel, with an average 3-day lifespan of a SIM-card). It is recommended to place equipment in large cities of the country.

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