This research is focusing on low income earners in Brazil, Russia, India, and Indonesia, forpricing Opera Mini to increase the penetration related to population. Opera Mini is still in theearly stage, the product launched worldwide in 2006, so there’s still tremendous opportunityfor market growth in emerging markets. Whereas emerging markets are known for having lowpenetration on PCs and high penetration on mobile phones, besides the consumers have lowincome and are price sensitive. However, by browsing the web with Opera Mini can save theconsumer’s phone bills up to ten times. Besides Internet on PC have existed in the market fora long time now, will this prevent future growth on mobile Internet? These incentivesmentioned above were leading to the followed research question: How much share-of-walletare consumers willing to spend on mobile Internet in emerging markets?To answer the research question, both primary and secondary data were collected. Theprimary data was interviews, and other materials from Opera Software. The secondary dataare collected from various reliable sources.The conclusion of this research is low income earners in Brazil, Russia, India, and Indonesiaoffers Opera Mini and mobile operators a tremendous opportunity for growth. The mobileInternet has grown dramatically fast compared to the PC Internet did and also the optimalprice for mobile Internet is between 2 and 5 percent share-of-wallet.