With a population of more than 3.5 million people, mobile penetration in Bosnia and Herzegovina reached 97%, which is more than 3.42 connections. At the same time, transit operators monthly deliver about 50 thousand minutes for GSM termination in this direction. If you apply proper protection of SIM cards from blocking and choose the appropriate tariff plan, you can earn about $500 via one channel.
In recent years, economic prosperity has been observed in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is related to the country's future integration with the EU. This had a positive effect on the telecommunications market, which was liberalized in 2006. Three GSM operators, which control the bulk of the market, dominate in the mobile sector.
The leader of the sector is BH Telecom as its subscriber base consists of 1.6 million users. The second largest market operator is m:tel (1.4 million subscribers), the third one is Eronet (0.5 million subscribers). Cellular service providers are actively competing with each other. In the market of Bosnia and Herzegovina, there are also three virtual operators (the so-called MVNO): Happy, Haloo, and Go!Free.
The cost of a SIM-card in the country ranges from $2.4 to $3. At the same time, an initial credit of $1.8 to $2.4 is immediately provided to the account. The tariff for calls from local operators is about $0.12 per minute, you can also use unlimited packages. Using them, the cost of a minute of the call will be about $0.05. If you are going to work for 5 hours a day, you will be able to make $500 via each channel of the gsm gateway sip trunk.