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11 Profitable Destinations for Traffic Termination in Africa
11 Profitable Destinations for Traffic Termination in Africa
27-Jun-2017 08:59

11 Profitable Destinations for Traffic Termination in Africa

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It was the African continent where the currently popular direction of the telecommunications business, the GSM traffic termination, was born. Prerequisites for this were expensive international communications in African countries and low rates for local calls. Terminator earns a difference in the cost of a minute of international and local calls, so a rate in the chosen direction is of importance.

Due to high prices for international cellular communications, there are high rates in many African countries. However, not all, since the cost of a voip minute of is also affected by the state of the economy, traffic volumes that are concentrated, etc. We have prepared for you a list of promising directions for terminating calls on the African continent.

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The rating includes 11 African countries with the highest rates. The prices fluctuate depending on the operator whose traffic is provided for the final termination. The list is made in descending order, starting with the countries that have the highest value of the minimum rate.

  • Algeria. Here the minimum rate is 16 cents, the maximum one is 22 cents.
  • Niger. In the Republic of Niger, the average rate is $0.16 per minute.
  • Burkina Faso. From $0.15 to $0.18 per minute of the call.
  • Zimbabwe. From $0.14 to $0.19 per minute.
  • Ghana. From $0.13 to $0.16 per minute.
  • Botswana. From $0.12 to $0.15 per minute.
  • Gambia. From $0.11 to $0.22 per minute.
  • Gabon. From $0.11 to $0.22 per minute, which is the same as in the Gambia.
  • Djibouti. From $0.11 to $0.19 per minute.
  • Benin. From $0.1 to $0.15 per minute.
  • Uganda. The average rate is 10 cents.

When choosing the direction for terminating traffic, consider not only the rate but also the rates for local calls. Also, pay attention to the level of operation of anti-fraud systems of operators and to the peculiarities of state control over this niche of business.

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