Uruguay, a Latin American country, attracts terminators with a well-developed mobile sector and a fairly high average rate. The penetration level of cellular communication is 156% there. Based on this indicator, the country is the second in the region. Antel is the largest GSM operator in Uruguay; its SIM-cards are perfect for making money on termination.
The operator Antel is managed by the state telecommunications company. In the mobile sector, it competes with Movistar and Claro but its subscriber base is the largest: more than 2.9 million connections. Antel is believed to provide the best GSM coverage in the country.
The operator’s prepaid SIM-cards are called Kit Prepago. They are sold in shops, airports, and kiosks at $2.25 per piece. As a bonus, the subscriber gets 500 free SMS. 1,000 minutes are also provided for on-net calls and calls to landline numbers in three directions. It is possible to call 5 more selected numbers for $0.03 per minute.
In addition to the default tariff plan, Antel has no more prepaid packages suitable for GSM termination. We recommend using Kit Prepago to make money. When you have your voip gsm gateway operating for 300 minutes a day, you can make over $350 via each gateway channel.
Since Antel is the largest mobile operator in Uruguay, it can use "tough" antifraud systems that track GSM termination. Make sure that your SIM-cards are properly protected from quick locking.