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160 million users pay smarter with InMobi and Opera

InMobi SmartPay and Opera Software today announced their partnership to bring InMobi’s SmartPay mobile payment platform to Opera’s more than 160 million mobile browser users worldwide.

InMobi SmartPay will enable Opera users to pay seamlessly for digital goods in key markets around the globe, when they make purchases with some of the leading publishers that partner with InMobi. The two companies are committed to providing choice to consumers, mobile content developers and app developers, by building viable third-party monetization solutions in the mobile browsing and computing space.

InMobi SmartPay is a simple, smart, global solution for mobile payments and app monetization aimed at mobile-content publishers and app developers. Opera Mini is the world’s most popular mobile browser with users on most mobile platforms including iOS, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry and Java. Including other browsers for computers, TVs and connected devices, and Opera Mobile, the browser for high-end mobile devices, Opera has more than 250 million users all over the world.

“This partnership is key in helping us accelerate our ambitious expansion plans, by bringing our solution to mobile web publishers who can now monetize Opera’s mobile users easily,” said Piyush Shah, Vice President, InMobi SmartPay. “Working with global partners like Opera is a great way for us to expand our offering. Opera’s global focus made them the ideal partner for SmartPay.”

 “For Opera Software, this is a great example of our commitment to providing our users with the best possible user experience on any device. SmartPay’s single point of integration, which provides access to a wide array of global payment solutions, fits perfectly with our goals,” said Mahi de Silva, EVP of Consumer Mobile,Opera Software. “Mobile payments will shape commerce for the next several years, and Opera and InMobi are at the forefront of this revolution, catering to millions of users worldwide.”

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