Infinite Vodafone Business Plans

Things have changed forever.

Vodafone Infinite Business Plans allow you to use your mobile as much as you need, making it easier to keep track of your mobile expenses.

Choose from a wide range of smartphones such as the BlackBerry® Torch™ 9800, Nokia N8, HTC Desire™ HD, Apple® iPhone® 4, Samsung Galaxy S and more. Plus, with so much included value, you can choose the right solution for your business.

PLUS!

International Calls included in your credit

The $65 plan and above includes Standard International Calls as well as heaps of other inclusions to use when in Australia.

Included Data4

Check your emails, surf the net and organise things like flights and hotels all from your mobile to use when in Australia.

Need more data? Ask us how you can customise your mobile plan with a Mobile Internet Pack.

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LG Debuts world’s first 3D smartphone

As part of the quest to add more depth to electronics, LG Electronics has demonstrated a phone with a 3D screen and a 3D camera, set to go on sale in June.

The South Korean electronics company’s Optimus 3D drew large crowds eager to give it a test run at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

The screen produces the illusion of depth without the need for special glasses, and includes a pair of five-megapixel lenses for taking 3D photos and video.

The phone must be held at the proper distance and angle in order for the viewer to perceive depth, much like Nintendo’s 3DS handheld game console, which is based on a similar screen technology.

Glasses-free 3D is easier to achieve with small screens than with TV-size ones.

The Optimus 3D runs Google’s Android operating system.

LG has already announced a tablet with a 3D camera, the G-Slate. It won’t have a true 3D screen, so the user will need wear red-blue glasses to see depth when using the camera.

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