Opera Mini


Opera Mini

Used by over 250 million users worldwide, Opera Mini is the world's most popular cloud-assisted browser. Opera Mini enables operators to provide a high-quality browsing experience across their device portfolio, while managing data delivery costs.

The Smart Page for Opera Mini allows mobile operators to gain better insights about and understanding of their customer base through their users' browsing habits. In the co-branded version, operators are given a unique opportunity to engage with Opera Mini users in a more personalized and non-intrusive manner, allowing them to promote their brand and services as an integrated part of the user experience.


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Opera Mini's advanced compression technology, which compresses webpages by up to 90%, gives operators the power to be able to offer their customers a faster and smoother mobile internet experience, while not having to worry about congesting their networks due to new users and increased data usage.

The co-branded Opera Mini version has already enabled over 150 mobile operators worldwide to break down mobile internet barriers such as slow connections, congested networks and negative consumer perceptions by enabling them to launch mass-market, mass-device and competitive mobile-internet packages to all of their customers.


Product sheet

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Opera Mini co-branding
Enables operators to promote their brands & services directly in the UI of the most popular cloud-based browser in the world.

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Smart Page
Gives operators and advertisers real-time advertising and co-branding opportunities to connect with users through the UI.

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Case studies

Opera Mini Airtel Congo

Airtel Congo and Opera Mini in the Republic of Congo

In March 2014, Airtel Congo launched the “Bonjour Congo” campaign to try to bring more users online from their mobile phones. Access to popular websites was made available at no cost to encourage people to try out the internet on their mobile phones and discover all that it has to offer.


Grameenphone and Opera Mini

Grameenphone and Opera Mini in Bangladesh

In 2013, Grameenphone leveraged the popularity of websites such as Facebook and Wikipedia by offering free access for its mobile subscribers to popular websites through a co-branded version of Opera Mini.


Smart and Opera Mini

SMART and Opera Mini in the Philippines

In 2011, SMART Communications, Inc., and Opera Software joined forces to bring the Opera Mini browser to SMART’s mobile subscribers in the Philippines. Since then, SMART has leveraged Opera Mini and its data compression capabilities to help drive the growth of mobile internet adoption throughout the country.