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ShoreTel vs Vestalink
Compare ShoreTel vs Vestalink. Find out whether ShoreTel or Vestalink is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of ShoreTel and Vestalink and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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ShoreTel began selling IP telephony products in 1996. ShoreTel offers a comprehensive, premise-based unified communications solution - based around their award-winning IP phone system. Shoretel guarantees it will have the lowest price - over a...
Vestalink (formerly Intelafone) offers you home phone service for $8.25 a month. With Vestalink service, you get unlimited calls anywhere in the continental US and Canada. Vestalink doesn’t require a contract and Vestalink gives you your first...
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Overall, good service. On rare occasions, I've had to go to someone with more authority when issues are not resolved in a timely manner, or when there is confusion regarding a request, but for the most part, requests and issues are addressed quickly and efficiently. When I have had complaints in the past, management has been more than willing to listen, in the interest of improving the client experience.
Although there's no such thing as a perfect company to do business with, ShoreTel strives to be responsive to customer complaints or suggestions, in the interest of improving service.
We have (soon had) a grandfathered account with Vestalink, part of the early adopters promotion when it launched. Initially it was 75 USD every 2 years, then 90.68 in 2018. Now its switched to a 24.99/mo plan with no warning. Our grandfathered flat rate promise clearly means nothing. The terms of service page leads to a 404. It has devolved into AT&T's metered landline plan. Moving to another provider and hopefully able to port our number without issue.
Horrible company who won't port out your number -- as required by law -- when you try and leave. Been trying to get a number away from them for over 2 weeks now, and not happy with them passing the blame to others.