Browser company Opera will host an online press conference on Thursday February 4th at 2pm GMT
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, January 28, 2016/ -- Opera (www.Opera.com) introduces Opera Max (http://www.Opera.com/mobile/
Opera Max is the best solution for new Netflix viewers across Africa as Opera Max saves data on HTTPS videos without any significant loss in quality. It even reduces buffering on any connection, including crowded Wi-Fi networks. The data-saving technology can extend data plans by up to 50% for free.
Sergey Lossev, Product Manager for Opera Max will host an online press conference on Thursday February 4th at 2pm GMT (Time converter: http://www.apo.af/SmD2gB).
Lossev will takes us through the product and shares brand new data and information on Africa’s browsing habits and favourite apps.
Journalists interested in participating in this online press conference will be able to ASK QUESTIONS LIVE VIA THE INTERNET.
Who: Sergey Lossev, Product Manager for Opera Max
When: Thursday February 4th at 2pm GMT (Time converter: http://www.apo.af/SmD2gB)
How it works: This service is FREE and only requires a computer connected to the internet.
Access to the internet can improve lives and entertain and research shows that internet usage are correlated with higher growth in per capital GDP. However, due to high data costs and slow, congested networks, using the internet and its associated benefits may often be out of reach. Africa’s smartphone adoption in Africa has doubled over the last two years (http://www.apo.af/qttpst) data shows that many aren’t using their smartphone to its full capabilities due to the cost of data remaining prohibitively high.
Opera has been pioneering advanced compression technology for years. The famous Opera Mini browser is still Africa’s favourite browser and continues to increase its user base in Africa by tens of millions every year. Opera Mini users on Android have increased by over 70% over the past year and in 2015 Opera Mini gave Africans over half a billion US$ (http://www.apo.af/xITddO) in data savings, thanks to its compression technology.
Distributed by APO (African Press Organization) on behalf of Opera Software ASA.