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Expand your business to Africa with A2P SMS

Recognizing the region’s growth, Go4Mobility features high performance A2P SMS connections to local operators in the relevant markets of Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Republic of Mali, Kingdom of Eswatini, São Tomé and Príncipe and Nigeria.  

Connectivity in Africa has never been more crucial:

  • 17 of the 20 fastest growing cities in the world are in Africa

  • The African continent is urbanizing at an unprecedented pace and will account for 90% of the world’s urban population growth from now until 2050

  • Demographics and digital technology investments are playing a critical role in fueling innovation

  • 615 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa will subscribe to mobile services by 2025, equivalent to 50% of the region’s population

  • Mobile e-commerce is expected to grow 4.1 trillion (44.59%) from 2019 to 2025

Angola, a fast-growing market

With a population of 34+ million people and over 16 million mobile connections, Angola has an enormous potential for investment in A2P SMS traffic. 

A2P connection features:

Mozambique: strong and stable economic growth

Mozambique is experiencing a stable development and presents an accentuated mobile penetration.

The 
number of mobile connections in Mozambique in January 2022 were 17.14 million, an equivalent to 52.5% of the total population. 

A2P connection features:

Cape Verde’s market shows significant growth

GSMA reports an equivalent to 103.3% of the total population in mobile connections in January 2022. 

Internet penetration in Cape Verde is still growing – 61.9% at the start of 2022. Also, the number of social media users, at the time was equivalent to 54% of the total population. 

A2P connection features:

Nigeria: Africa´s hottest start-up scene and world´s fastest growing cities

The country’s demographics, 214+ million people, with 76.4% aged under 34, is increasingly online and mobile-first. 

According to GSMA, the number of mobile connections in Nigeria were equivalent to 82.4 percent of the total population in January 2022. 

By the end of 2021, Nigeria´s tech companies reached 35% of foreign investment in the whole continent. 

A2P connection features:

Republic of Mali: Increasingly interconnected

Mali has registered a substantial improvement in internet connections quality and speed over the last couple of years.

Mobile connections in Mali, in January 2022 were the equivalent to 111.5% of the total population.

Mali internet users have increased 10.7 % between 2021 and 2022. 

A2P connection features:

Kingdom of Eswatini: Improved access to data and steady growth

Previously known as Swaziland, the last absolute monarchy in Africa, reported in January 2022, a total of 1.23 million mobile connections: the equivalent to 104.3% of the total population. 

Social media has seen a substantial growth in active users, reporting a year-on-change of 16.4%. 

A2P connection features:

São Tomé and Príncipe

Mobile connections in São Tomé and Príncipe were equivalent to 107.6% of the total population in January 2022 and internet penetration rate stood at 32% of the total population 

A2P connection features:

Explore new business opportunities in Africa

It’s possible to deliver millions of SMS and reach more customers without compromising reliability, security, and delivery. 

Go4Mobility continues investing and expanding in direct connections, providing the best turnaround and high throughput, regardless of the number of concurrent SMS sent. 

Our SMS communications experts’ team is available to help you with integration and custom solutions. 

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Go4Mobility takes advantage of quality routes, which translates into high levels of performance, high capacity, top speed, and excellent delivery rates. 

Learn more about our A2P SMS coverage in Africa!

Data from GSMA reports 

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