+ Thursday June 20th, 2019

Officeworks has launched its own MVNO, called Accord Mobile with Officeworks, and is offering some pretty great prepaid mobile and data plans.

Accord Mobile with Officeworks – which has now begun rolling out through your local Officeworks store and online through its own dedicated website – is offering a month-by-month voice and text plan which includes unlimited mobile calls and text along with 3GB of data included for just $15.

There are also data only plans starting from $20 with 7GB of data included which lasts up to 28 days.

Accord Mobile is utilising the Optus 4G network, which covers up to 95% of Australia.

However, it’s not just prepaid mobile and data plans that Accord is offering, there are also NBN plans for both personal and business plans as well.

Personal NBN plans starts from $69 for standard personal plans with a super-fast personal NBN plan offered for $89 per month.

Business NBN plan start at $89 for standard speed whilst super-fast NBN business plan offered at $109 per month

If you’re looking for a new prepaid mobile and data plan or NBN plans, then it might be worth checking out Accord Connect with Officeworks.

Source: Accord Mobile.
Source 2: Accord NBN.
Via: Accord Connect.

Alex Dennis   Associate

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By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

Other various interests Alex has include, Accessible transport for people with disabilities along with LGBTIQ and Health related fields and interests for again for people with disabilities.

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“and is offering some pretty great prepaid mobile and data plans.”

This doesn’t look like prepaid to me as the article mentions but month to month postpaid with excess charges which isn’t great these days.

Their CIS also mentions this which is interesting… “4G speeds are only available when the Customer uses a 4G-ready phone (LTE 1800/850 MHz) in a 4G coverage area.”

LTE 850 Mhz for Optus? Was the CIS written for Vodafone? haha

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