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Accord mobile plans

Our verdict: While you can get relatively cheap mobile data with Accord, its plans lack any exciting features to convince you to sign up.

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  • Good amount of data for the price you pay


  • No extra features on plans

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  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$3.00 per GB
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  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$1.67 per GB
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  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$1.00 per GB
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Accord review: Our verdict

Most of Accord's mobile plans offer a decent chunk of data for your money.

But without any useful features to back them up, there's nothing to set them apart from the many other providers competing with it.

Accord could be right for you if

  • You're looking for a mobile plan with international calling credit to stay in touch with overseas friends and family from time to time.
  • You're looking for a reputable brand – Accord is owned by Officeworks.

But there are a couple of drawbacks

  • Accord plans don't come with any other features besides your basic access to calls, text, data and international credit on some plans.
  • Cancelling your plan requires 30 days' advance notice (which isn't usually the case for other providers).

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Value for money

Accord's higher data plans are particularly noteworthy for costing under $1 per GB, which is what you want to aim for.

The 5GB plan is also a great choice for those looking for a cheap plan, coming at about $5 cheaper than the average cost of a 5GB plan.

However, Accord lacks any additional features to its plans which you would usually find included from other providers such as data banking.

Things to watch out for:

  • You need to give Accord 30 days' notice if you want to cancel your mobile service. Otherwise, you'll get charged for the next month.

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Accord runs on the Optus 3G/4G network, making it a suitable choice for anyone after decent coverage.

  • The Optus 3G/4G network reaches 98.5% of the population.
  • You get the same coverage as you would if you bought a plan straight from Optus.
  • You probably won't have issues in metro zones but could notice drops in reception in rural or regional areas compared to plans on the Telstra network.

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Customer service

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Live chat available
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No in-store locations

If you want to get in touch with Accord, you have a couple of options:

  • Ring up the customer support line between 8am-8pm AEST, Monday to Friday.
  • Live chat to someone on the Accord website.
  • Keep in mind that while Accord is owned by Officeworks, you won't find any personalised help for your Accord plan in an Officeworks store.

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Bonus features

Accord only has 1 extra feature, which is only available on some of its mobile plans.

🌏 International call credit

Depending on your plan, you can get up to $500 international credit for calling overseas.

This credit isn't great value since international rates are high and will vary depending on where you're calling.

What rivals are giving Accord Mobile a run for its money?

If you think you can do better, check out the providers below, which have some standout offers.

For better international inclusions

Lebara Logo

Rather than being restricted to calling credit, you get unlimited calls and texts to up to 64 countries with Lebara. Its plans are well priced too.

For more features

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ALDImobile has some useful extra features like data banking and unlimited calls to 15 countries included on most of its plans.

Ready to sign up to Accord Mobile?

Accord mobile plans aren't available via Finder right now. Instead, visit www.accordconnect.com.au to sign up or you can continue comparing more mobile plans on Finder.

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What if I want to keep my current phone number?

You can let Accord know you want to keep your phone number during the activation process. Accord does not indicate how long the porting process will take, but it usually takes 24-48 hours to complete.

If your current number is under someone else's name (a parent or a partner), it might involve a some extra steps. Check our guide on how to transfer ownership of your mobile number.

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