22 November 2013

Video Stamps

 Australia Post has launched the Video Stamp, which allows people to send a 15-second video with their parcels. The service allows sender to scan a coded stamp, record a message on their smartphone, and then stick the stamp on the parcel. The recipient can view the message during the following 3 months by scanning the stamp or entering a code on the postal service website

(You can read about here or find out more here).


  1. wow, sounds interesting though Im not sure if I would ever use the service.

    1. I'm afraid I'm too shy to do that. But maybe I'd use for my friend's birthdays. It would be nice!


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