Vodafone and opera have joint hands to provide free browsing data to their customers. Opera is part of the world’s prominent browser developers, this step is particularly for those who use Opera News Lite, Opera News and Opera Mini on their smartphones
The reason for this merger is to promote the online experience for the millions of the customers of the network by giving them access to their latest local news, global news, together as connecting with close ties from social media platforms.
Speaking about this initiative, the Director at the Consumer Business Unit (CBU) at Vodafone Ghana, Pushpinder Gujral said: “ We want customers to enjoy the experience of free browsing with Opera products and also get access to free and unlimited information about the global pandemic and more.”
How Vodafone users can get this data
Customers will enjoy free browsing of up to 50MB every day. However, this offer covers only browsing, normal data charges will apply to video streaming and file downloads. All you have to do to experience this is to install Opera News Lite, Opera Mini and Opera News on your device and the future will be exciting.
In addition, EVP of Mobile Browsers at Opera, Jorgen Arnesen said this partnership would allow Ghanaians to browse confidently without fear of exhausting data bundles. He also said:
“Ghana is a country with huge potential for mobile internet adoption with only 32% of the population accessing the internet in 2020. By providing Ghanaians with free browsing together with Vodafone on the Opera mobile apps, we are opening new possibilities so that millions of people can browse especially on mobile devices. Opera Mini gives a fully revamped browsing experience, it is the most downloaded news app in the country.”
Why the merger between Vodafone and Opera?
Vodafone is the national telecommunication of Ghana. It was formerly Ghana Telecom, the company operates in Ghana under Vodacom Group. As a cooperate body they value their customers and constantly build key relationships with the private sector and government. Although a lot of its customers have complained bitterly about their poor networks recently, they assure them of an exciting future. The network has millions of users and their keen on maintaining and increasing this number.
Opera is also a freeware web browser for Microsoft Windows, Android, macOS, Linux operating system, and many others. It is also a chromium-based browser using the Blink layout engine. It was developed by Opera Software and Otello Corporation.