OSLO / LUANDA: Angolan mobile operator Unitel and Opera Software have signed an agreement that allows Unitel customers internet access from their mobile phones using Opera Mini, a mobile web browser available for more than 3000 mobile phone models.
According to Opera Software, globally, more than 71 million users surf the web with Opera Mini, while data traffic expenses are kept low due to Opera's data compression technology.
"Enabling our users to access the web through Opera Mini is a gain to the company, it allows our costumers to have easy access to the internet, browse faster and efficiently," said Miguel Martins, CEO and board member of Unitel. "This gives our customers a solid internet experience and surfing satisfaction, which is a high priority for us."
Unitel has provided internet access via mobile phone since 2007 to its more than six million customers in Angola.
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