Mobile internet made easy
Opera Web Pass allows operators to move beyond confusing, megabyte-based data plans, which have created barriers for consumers who simply want to get online with their mobile phones, by providing the tools to package their mobile internet offerings in flexible, easy-to-understand and marketable ways to their customers. Operators are even able to team up with brands in their local markets easily to sponsor the full cost of customers’ mobile internet access and provide users with free mobile data, thanks to Opera’s Sponsored Web Pass. These innovations are a huge leap forward in helping operators around the world bring the next billion internet users online, while offering simple, flexible and revenue-generating data packages that their customers love.
Offer one-click data plans
Opera Web Pass lets operators offer data plans to their entire user bases quickly and easily. It leverages the capabilities of the Opera Mini platform, such as data compression and the zero-rating of mobile traffic, to create compelling new offers for customers.
Relevant, timely, affordable
Opera Web Pass allows your customers to enjoy the internet when and where they need it, with easy-to-understand mobile data plans, at prices they can afford. Mobile data packages can offer time-specific or site-specific mobile internet access.
Sponsored internet access
Sponsored Web Pass makes it easy for operators to team up with brands to sponsor the cost of their customers’ mobile internet access. Brands now can easily reach new users by providing something extremely valuable to consumers: free internet access. It’s all powered through Opera Mini’s advanced compression and zero-rating capabilities.
Upgrade from free to paid
Operators can use the incentive of free or sponsored passes to turn first-time users into long-term paying mobile internet users. Opera Web Pass makes it easy to bring on new data customers by offering users understandable and affordable paid packages to continue their web browsing and to keep them surfing long after their free packages have expired.