In previous articles we talked a lot about GSM termination business in Ghana, we used to show you a lot of countries which are profitable for this business too. Today we would like to let you know about one more opportunity that you can get with ANTRAX equipment for extra profit – SMS termination in Ghana.
Some more information about one of the most popular destinations in GSM termination – SMS termination.
Today we want to share with you another way to make money in telecommunication in Iran – termination of SMS messages. SMS termination is the delivery of international SMS messages, as well as SMS messages from the Internet, through local Iranian SIM cards of mobile operators.
Today we are going to talk about SMS termination in Nigeria.
As you know, Nigeria is one of the best countries for Call termination business, as there is much call traffic. Earlier we used to talk about voice traffic (international calls) and today we will talk about SMS traffic in Nigeria.
In our previous articles, we talked a lot about what GSM-termination is, how to conduct this business correctly, and how much money can be earned on GSM-termination of voice traffic.
Simboxing in Ghana is so popular that there are special USSD codes (for instance 02xxxxxxxx Simbox to 419 – Report SIM-Box fraud) and which could be send by any citizen. But won’t it cause some inconveniences if someone want to settle scores with ex-girl or business competitor phone number or just joke? Seems not so good right?
Let’s make a review of articles about simboxing in Ghana and get 2-3 highlights from each. Lets start our journey around activities of SIM box operators.
The police said the criminals control the unit through wireless system in order to escape arrest when a unit is detected the police have meanwhile intensify investigation to arrest the perpetrators and called on the public to volunteer information to fast-track the awake.
Because of its enormous profitability, sim boxing, or so-called “grey traffic”, is very popular in Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria and many other African countries.
According to the survey made by Revector, the principal anti-fraud and security provider, telecom companies had lost more than 20% of profit due to sim boxing. And some operators up to 70% of annual revenue. Such losses could not help affecting Ugandan tax revenues. For instance, in 2015 the representatives of the Financial Intelligence Authority reported 144 million dollars of state loss during the past 3 years because of the grey traffic operations.
We’ve made a review of different articles about Ugandan VoiP business called simboxing.