Jamba in Opera Partnership

Mobile content and entertainment company Jamba, (also widely known as Jamster), has entered into a global partnership with Opera Software, which specialises in the development of web browsers for the desktop, device and mobile markets, to add the Jamba bookmark on Opera Minis customized browser homepage. The service offers a wide range of mobile products, including music, games, video, graphics and applications.
As part of the partnership, the Opera Mini homepage now includes a Jamba bookmark, enabling users to access the Jamba mobile site with one click. Subscribers can subsequently view original web programming and discover a variety of entertainment content from major games publishers, as well as programming from Fox Mobile Entertainment Network, including The Simpsons, 24, Family Guy, NASCAR, and Dog Whisperer.
Users are not only becoming increasingly familiar with the idea of accessing the web with their phones, but also desire a rich mobile web experience, regardless of the device they use, says Jamba COO, Kaj Hagros. Our goal is to provide consumers the best branded and original mobile content across every conceivable platform, anywhere in the world. Opera Software is the only company that puts the web on any device, and was a natural partner for Jamba to extend easy, on-demand access to our premium content for customers across the globe.
Opera brings full web content and images to any device, from computers and mobile phones to portable media players and game consoles, and has shipped more than 100 million installations since 2004. Almost 15 million people per month use Opera for web browsing on a mobile device.
The web is going wireless, says Tatsuki Tomita, VP of Consumer Products at Opera Software. Our goal is to help everyone use their favourite websites or services, from any device. Valuable partners like Jamba are crucial to this mission. The combination of our mobile distribution partnership with Jamba will ensure that mobile users get immediate access to their favourite content with the convenience of a simple click.
The first phase of the co-operation covers Australia, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal , South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Thailand.

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