Accord Mobile Plans
The Officeworks offshoot has SIM-only mobile plans for people who want to keep things uncomplicated.
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Known for keeping Australia well stocked with office supplies, Officeworks launched Accord Mobile in 2019. With five SIM-only plans on offer, Accord keeps it simple for customers who just want a straightforward mobile plan.
- Decent value for price
- Plans are paid on a month-to-month basis
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Compare Accord Mobile's SIM-only plans
Pick from one of Accord's five SIM-only plans and get decent data month-to-month.
Accord Mobile review: Why choose Accord Mobile?
While Accord Mobile's plans are nothing too special, they do offer decent data for their price, though you should certainly compare them to other providers with cheaper options if you're on a budget. On top of that, you'll get $50 of international call credit per month on the Medium plan, $300 on the Medium Plus plan and $500 on the Large and Extra Large plans.
- Decent value. Accord Mobile's plans aren't too bad for their price.
- International call credit. You get credit instead of minutes on the more expensive plans, which is used up at different rates depending on the country you're calling.
Accord Mobile network coverage
Accord Mobile uses the Optus 4G network, which covers 97.2% of Australians.
Accord Mobile: FAQ
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