Opera Software Enters Partnership with iG Brazil
Article by George Norman
On 14 Sep 2011
Opera Software, the Norwegian Software developer behind the innovative Opera web browser, announced yesterday, September 13th, that it entered a partnership wit Internet Group do Brasil (iG), top internet content provider that offers high quality content and a broad portfolio of products and services. iG has been on the market for more than 11 years, has more than 25 million unique visitors per month, and is the first Brazilian company to offer free web access. It is one of the pioneers of internet democratization in Brazil.

Getting back to the topic at hand, as part of the Opera Software – iG partnership, premium content will be offered to Brazilians who use Opera on their desktops and Opera Mini on their mobiles. The content will be delivered via Speed Dial and via bookmarks. And more to the point, iG’s website will be one of the pre-allocated sites on the Speed Dial start page.

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Opera Software CEO Lars Boilesen had this to comment on the partnership:
“Opera has always believed in listening to its users and giving them what they want. By partnering with iG, Opera is giving its Brazilian fans easy access to content from one of the most popular news sources in the country.”

Glaucia Sayuri, Product Director at iG, had this to comment on the partnership:
“iG partnering with Opera means Brazilians will now get the best of content and browsing in one place. We are proud to be associated with Opera, which is known for its innovative, user-friendly features and its speed enabling our users to browse our content a lot faster with high quality standards.”

At an international level, the Opera desktop browser is used by more than 55 million people. The Opera Mini browser has more than 120 million active monthly users and serves more than 2 billion daily page views.



Tags: Opera Software, Opera Mini, iG, Partnership
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