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PanTerra Networks vs Windstream
Compare PanTerra Networks vs Windstream. Find out whether PanTerra Networks or Windstream is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of PanTerra Networks and Windstream and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
User Ratings & Reviews
- 19 Reviews
- 4 Reviews
A leader in the cloud market, PanTerra Networks is a service provider that offers enterprise businesses cloud-based, fully managed IT services to aid in boosting collaboration, mobility, and productivity in the workplace. PanTerra Networks prides...
Windstream is one of the industry leaders: a full-service communications service provider for the Midwest, South, and East Coast in the United States. Windstream provides not only VoIP phone service, but also offers Internet and cable television...
- Business Voice - $14.95
- Enterprise - $44.95
- Professional - $34.95
Users Average Rating
Recent User Reviews
We had been working on an old NEC system for about 20 years. We new we needed a new phone system. We looked at the list of providers and narrowed it down to 3 including PanTerra in it. The salesperson was helpful. He showed us a quick demo and use case for Streams. We went with the Pro-Level seat since it allowed us to Deskshare with clients and prospects. We are 3 months into our deployment and have seen less phone calls and more IM's and Deskshares from our clients than ever before. We are able to answer questions immediately. We have noticed that contact ratios have gone up while missed calls and voicemails have gone down since customers can view our presence.
Panterra has always been reliable and very quick on customer support. I dont have to wait on hold forever just to ask a question. Never had an issue in 3 years with them. That says alot for a telephone company.
I signed a 5 year lease in NYC. I signed a 5 year contract with Windstream. When my lease was up, I moved my offices... and they continued to try and bill me 3 more months (or an early termination fee). Then I remembered why... because it took them close to 3 months in delays to initially get me up and running in the first place!!! So 5 years ago I struggled with no service. 5 years later (now) I’m stuck paying an exorbitant, some would argue ‘draconian’ cancellation fee. And THAT’S not even the worst of it. So I move my office. And try to migrate my office number to my new location and new service provider. That’s right, you guessed it: Windstream was unable to transfer my number for... you guessed it... about 3 months. So for three months, I had to keep apologizing to my clients, and for three months I had to keep using my personal cell phone for my entire office phone communications. I actually believe the only reason I even got my number after 3 months was that I started talking to them about small claims court and threats of lawsuit. I would not recommend this company to my worst enemy. I would not cross the street to piss on them if they were on fire. I’m sorry if that seems rude or blunt, but it’s true. And everyone needs to know this. I hope they burn.
This is an awful company. No ethical standards at all. They were charging our church $240/month for VOIP phone services for years. We finally switched to Phone.com for $140/year! Not to mention the fact that when I called to disconnect services, they told me there was a 30 day notice, which means they were going to charge us for nearly 2 more months of service despite the fact that the number would already be ported to the new provider and we would no longer be using Windstream. Thieves.