New Co-branded Opera Mini Version Released to Romanian Users
Article by George Norman
On 26 Sep 2011
A new co-branded version of the Opera Mini web browser has been released by Opera Software and Vodafone Romania. This new version, which is on top of the existing Opera Mini version offered by Vodafone Romania, was released at the Webstock event in Bucharest.

What can the nine million Vodafone Romania subscribers expect to get from the co-branded version of Opera Mini? A lot actually – they can expect to get easy access to Vodafone Romania’s unique set of services and popular local websites, they can expect to get a fast browsing experience, and they can expect to get all the great features that make Opera Mini an amazing browser.

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Since we’re talking about the nine million Vodafone Romania subscribers, it must be mentioned that Romania is one of the largest countries for Opera Mini usage in the European Union.

Getting back to the topic at hand, here’s what Opera Software’s CEO, Lars Boilesen, had to say about the release of the co-branded Opera Mini version:
“Nothing can stop the mobile web boom. By expanding our partnership with Vodafone Romania, we aim to bring the mobile Web to the next level, with a new set of features available for all types of mobile phones. We are excited to bring even more consumers in Romania to this mobile surfing level, so please fasten your seatbelts.”

And here is what Dragos Chivu, Director, Data Marketing, Vodafone Romania, had to say about the co-branded Opera Mini version:
“The new co-branded version of the Opera Mini mobile browser is the next step in our strategy to provide our users with the best tools, applications and content for their mobiles. Now, Vodafone users not only have the best network and the fastest mobile Internet, but also a more efficient way to stay connected to the online environment.”

The release of the new co-branded Opera Mini is part of an extended global agreement between Vodafone Group Services and Opera Software. In related news, as part of this global agreement, a customized Opera Mini was released to Cytamobile-Vodafone customers in Cyprus earlier this month. In further related news, back in July Opera Software and Vodafone announced that they extended their global frame agreement for three more years.



Tags: Opera Software, Opera Mini, Vodafone, Romania
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