Turkcell, a Turkish telecommunication company, is the largest GSM operator in Turkey and operates in several other countries of the world. Part of its shares belongs to the Finnish-Swedish company TeliaSonera Group. In addition, the Russian company LetterOne Holdings S.A. owns Turkcell shares. The operator is a leading provider of cellular services in several countries in Europe and Asia. The total number of connections is more than 60.7 million.
To date, Turkcell provides services in the following countries:
- Turkey (Turkcell). The number of subscribers is about 36.6 million.
- Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTCell). The number of subscribers exceeds 500 thousand.
- Azerbaijan (Azercell). The number of subscribers is about 5 million.
- Georgia (Geocell). The number of subscribers is about 2.5 million.
- Moldavia (Moldcell). The number of subscribers is about 2 million.
- Kazakhstan (Kcell). The number of subscribers is about 12 million.
- Belarus (Life). The number of subscribers exceeds 1.6 million.
- Ukraine (LifeCell). The number of subscribers exceeds 12.3 million.
In many of the above countries, it is possible to run a successful VoIP GSM termination business. For example, in Belarus, Georgia, and Moldova, there are quite high VoIP call termination rates. In most of the countries, in which Turkcell operates, the operator owns the majority of the market.
By selecting a favorable tariff plan for outgoing calls, you can place a goip 8 voip-gsm gateway or other VoIP equipment to terminate international traffic in one of the regions. GoAntiFraud experts will help you to customize the termination logic for the features of the selected country and provide convenient software to remotely control GSM gateways.