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Accord broadband plans compared

Officeworks is selling a suite of broadband plans through its other brand, Accord.

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Accord is Officeworks' project to sell mobile and broadband plans to Australians. You can get its plans month to month and either bring your own modem or buy one from Accord.

Top features:
  • No lock-in contracts
  • Home phone line with call packs available

Compare Accord NBN plans below

With Accord, you can get a cheap month-to-month NBN plan on any of the higher speed tiers.

Accord review: Why should you consider them?

Accord's Internet plans share the following features:

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Price

$60 and up monthly

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Technology type available

NBN

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NBN speeds available

Basic II, Standard, Fast

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Optional extras

Home phone

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Support

Phone: 8am to 8pm AEST, Monday to Friday

Accord is a service created by Officeworks, one of Australia's most well-known office supply shops. In addition to mobile plans, it also sells NBN plans to interested customers.

Accord's prices are low (around $10 cheaper per month than the Finder average for NBN plans on the same speed tiers) and it doesn't require you to sign up to any lock-in contract over a long period. However, its typical evening speeds really aren't very impressive (e.g. Fast typical evening speed of 80.00Mbps vs. the ACCC average of 84.5Mbps) and it doesn't have any extra features to improve the deal.

Accord is fine if you aren't too worried about performance and just want a cheap connection. Otherwise, compare your options and find something a little faster.

Extra features from Accord

  • Home phone. You can get a home phone line with your NBN plan. $10 per month gets you unlimited local and national calls, $20 gets you unlimited local and national calls plus 400 minutes of mobile, while $30 gets you unlimited local, national and mobile calls.


Is Accord right for you?

Pros

  • Low prices. Accord's plans are very competitive as far as pricing goes.

Cons

  • Low speeds. The typical evening speeds on most of Accord's plans are below average.
  • No extras. Accord's plans are basic. If you want extra features, you'll have to look elsewhere.

Summary: Accord has cheap plans with less-than-stellar speeds that could be attractive to people who aren't too worried about their plan's performance.

Compare Accord mobile broadband plans below

For users who need data on the go, Accord has a small set of mobile broadband plans that offer portable data up to 100GB per month.

Accord Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get calls with Accord's Internet plans?

Not by default on their NBN plans, but you can add on a home phone line with certain call capabilities for an extra charge per month. Choices include:

  • $10 extra monthly: Unlimited local and national calls
  • $20 extra monthly: Unlimited local and national calls, plus 400 minutes of mobile credit
  • $30 extra monthly: Unlimited local, national and Australian mobile calls


You won't get any calls or texts included with Accord's mobile broadband plans since they're data-only. Accord does have a set of month-to-month mobile plans which gives you unlimited standard calls and texts in Australia.


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