It’s been over 10 months since we saw the Opera Mini browser hit cell phones; Palm Treo and RIM Blackberry owners have reason to sing today: they too can join the Opera-lution. By pointing their device at http://mini.opera.com, Treo and Blackberry owners can enjoy the Opera experience that we’ve come to know and love on our phones and Windows Mobile handhelds. You’ll save time and use less of your data plan as well: according to the company: "Opera Mini™ offers faster and better page rendering while saving on memory and data usage, which reflects as a healthier handset and smaller bill for those with limited data plans. Opera Mini™ achieves this via a server-based component that compresses Web pages, ultimately reducing the size of data transferred and associated costs."
Specific to the Palm Treo 650, Opera has an instructions page here which also clarifies that service is available to Sprint and Cingular customers. T-Mobile folks have to check their subscription plans and Verizon folks…well….you need to wait for the next act.