Africa is a paradise for terminators. On the continent, there are expensive international communication and low tariffs on local calls, which provide a significant difference between the average rate and one minute of a local call. Sierra Leone is no exception as the country has excellent prospects for earning money on termination.
The average rate for this direction is $0.18 per minute. Moreover, thanks to the high mobile penetration and large population, impressive amounts of international traffic are flowing here. Today, the population in Sierra Leone has more than 7.6 million people while the penetration rate of cellular communications reached 94%.
After the civil war, relative political calm reigned in the country. In 2012-2013, there was a strong economic growth. This prompted international companies to invest in various sectors, including telecommunications. The infrastructure is gradually recovering after the war, and the regulator in the telecommunications sector seeks to improve the local market through liberalization. In addition, regular quality checks of services are carried out, and operators are fined if they promote unfavorable packages.
There is a well-developed mobile market in Sierra Leone amid the weakened state of the fixed-line sector. There are two largest GSM operators: Africell (the subscriber base is more than 3.5 million users) and Orange (more than 1.5 million users). In 2016, Orange Group acquired Airtel in Sierra Leone and began to provide mobile services under its own brand.
In Sierra Leone, buying SIM-cards is very simple as they are sold almost at every corner. Their cost is low: about $2.6. Local calls are also cheap as there are unlimited packages that cost as little as 50 cents a day. With voip az rates termination in this direction being $0.18 per minute, your minimum earnings will be $600 per channel. The main thing is to reliably protect SIM-cards from blocking since there is extremely strict antifraud operating in the countries that provide high rates.