Opera, a leading global web innovator with a user base of hundreds of millions of monthly active users, announced the launch of its new integrated browser cashback service, Dify, in Poland. This makes Opera the first to provide users with an integrated, seamless, non-intrusive cashback experience inside their browser.
With over 300 vendors, Dify will be increasing the scope of Opera’s current development operations in Poland: currently many of Opera’s browsers are developed in Wroclaw and Warsaw.
Opera is providing the automatic cashback service for online shopping with high returns in its own browser. This means users don’t have to install additional cashback extensions that might compromise their privacy. With Dify, Opera is offering up to 30% cashback on the Polish market with money back in 30 days. Based on an analysis conducted by Nielsen, comparing Dify’s cashback rates with other popular cashback services, Opera is offering higher average cashback rates and the fastest payouts in Poland.
John Toskey, VP of E-commerce at Opera, said “Every day millions of people shop online using the Opera browsers. With Dify, we are improving our users’ shopping experience right in the place where this shopping happens: in the browser. We are also making it financially rewarding for them, thanks to the highest cashback percent and the impressive number of partners.”