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T-Mobile Phones Can Snag Opera Mini

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Nov 2, 2010, 10:03 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Opera Software today announced that T-Mobile customers can now download, install and use the Opera Mini browser on their handsets. Opera has struck an agreement with T-Mobile, allowing a number of devices to use the alternative browser. It is compatible with the Nokia 2330, 2720, 3711, 5130, and E73 Mode; the Sony Ericsson Equinox; and the Samsung T239 and T659. Opera Mini compresses mobile web sites to help save wireless data charges. It is a free download from Opera Software.



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Nov 2, 2010, 9:33 PM

Still doesn't work on my old Nokia 6301

The thread title says it all. When I navigate to Opera Mini's download site, it says that there is not an Opera Mini for T-Mobile available for my handset. It suggests that I try the public build, but clicking on the public build brings back the same message that Opera Mini for T-Mobile is not available for my handset. It does say that they are adding handsets, so check back regularly.

Nov 2, 2010, 11:33 AM

Carrier agreement? . . .Uh, not necessary

See this is what's wrong with U.S. wireless carriers, they think the consumer needs their permission to have Opera Mini.
Any Java enabled handset can download Opera Mini, I had it on my Nokia N95.

Screw you carriers!!!! We don't need your permission!
That's how it ought to be, but unfortunately that is not how it was (and still is for some handsets) because T-Mobile is evil.

Most non-pda T-mobile (US) handsets (i.e., regular old phones) would not allow non-T-Mobile-signed Java applications to a...

Nov 2, 2010, 1:00 PM

works on HD2

has worked on my HD2 since I got it in June!
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