Aruba is a small island not far from Venezuela, which is also a self-governing state formation. The population of Aruba is small, only 105.6 thousand people, but there are many Dutch visitors and immigrants from other countries. Moreover, clean beaches and pink flamingos attract flows of tourist there - about 1.5 million foreigners visit Aruba every year. Migrants and tourists generate international voice traffic, and you can earn on landing of that.
The mobile market of the country is developing well, at the moment cellular penetration has reached 139% (about 145.6 thousand connections), 83% of connections being prepaid. Today there are two mobile operators in the country - Digicel Aruba and Setar. There was one more operator on the market earlier - Mio Wireless, but it ceased operations in 2017.
Average voip call international rates in the direction of Aruba are quite high - $0.13 per minute of call. At the same time, the standard rates for cellular communication on the island are high - about $0.4 per minute in the daytime, and $0.2 per minute at night. Fortunately, there are profitable package deals for prepaid subscribers, including unlimited offers. Within such tariff plans, a minute of an outgoing call may cost up to $0.01 per minute. Minimum earnings of the terminator in Aruba is $100 per channel.
SIM-cards are quite expensive on the island - about $14 apiece. But you are immediately getting 25 minutes on your account for free outgoing calls. With a competent choice of a tariff plan, you can make good money in Aruba.