Vodafone Essar and Opera Software Launch Co-Branded Opera Mini in India
Article by George Norman
On 30 Aug 2011
Indian users who are on Vodafone’s network will be glad to find out that Vodafone Essar, member of the Vodafone Group with more than 141 million customers in India, and Opera Software, the Norwegian software developer behind the Opera browser, have launched a co-branded version of the Opera Mini browser. The browser, available for download across Vodafone’s network in India, offers customers a better and faster browsing experience on nearly any mobile phone capable of connecting to the Internet. Furthermore it has been customized to provide seamless access to various Vodafone Essar features.

Opera Software CEO Lars Boilesen had this to comment on the release of the co-branded Opera Mini browser:

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“By expanding the partnership with Vodafone Essar, one of the largest Indian telecom operators, we are also expanding the connected world even more. To be part of that expansion, that is exciting. There's good reason for the consumers to be excited too, as this opens up the Web for even more Indian mobile phone users who now have an easier time participating on the Web. We strongly believe that everyone has a right to be connected to the Internet, and with Vodafone Essar we are making this come true.

And here is what Jonathan Bill, VP Internet Services, Vodafone Essar, had to say about the co-branded Opera Mini browser:
“We are delighted to promote our new co-branded Opera Mini product to our customers. Our mobile Internet user base has increased dramatically in the past six months. We know that Opera Mini brings a great fast mobile Internet experience to our customers, both new to the Internet and experienced users. The co-branded version brings new, enhanced functionality to Vodafone’s customers, giving them easy one-click access to key content and applications.”

The news about the launch of the co-branded Opera Mini version comes after the news that Opera Software and Vodafone extended their global frame agreement for three more years. Read more about this topic here.



Tags: Opera Mini, Opera Software, Vodafone, India
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