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Nextiva Reviews

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Nextiva has changed business phone service for good; Nextiva's phone service combines high-quality service with incredible technical support — and you can keep your arms and your legs. One of the best in the business today, Nextiva delivers powerful communications capability with simplicity and ease of use.

Nextiva has two basic phone plans: Connect and Nextiva Office. Both have multiple scalable options: as you increase your calling capabilites (for instance, expanding from 1,000 minutes a month to unlimited minutes) your monthly flat rate increases. But that’s it: there aren’t setup fees or contracts (that is, unless you want one; like most other VoIP providers, Nextiva offers a discount to encourage you to sign a contract).

No matter what plan you choose, Nextiva will load your plan with useful features. Even Connect 100 (100 minutes for $8.95 a month) offers 10 virtual extensions, along with cell phone integration, follow me features, advanced voicemail features and more. Plus, Nextiva offers a wide variety of helpful customer support options — including US-based support.

Nextiva also offers efax and SIP trunking service.

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Nextiva is the model

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Nextiva is the model other phone companies should follow. Every person I've spoken to at Nextiva has been helpful and patient. I've had my fair share of disappointing experiences from phone companies but with Nextiva I've only been impressed. The way I see it is that they're real people. The closest comparison I can make of a company that rocks as much as they do is Zappos.

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My phone service works well and there isn't much else to say about it. Each time I need assistance they help me.
The support is very good.

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Phone Services

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I'm a two year customer with 9 desk phones and one in our conference room. When I got Nextiva to start, we only had one phone and signed up because the price was low. Fast forward three years and I'm using more features and happy with the service. I love it.

Customer service has been good. The features that come with the phone plan are plenty and useful. Just works.
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Nextiva Phones

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It's an excellent service for my business. Getting unlimited calling with the features they have is great. I pay less with Nextiva and get more out of it. I run business phone calls from my office, home and cell now.

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One year review of Nextiva

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The features are vast and took us a while to understand. Coming from an analog environment was a transition that took about 3 weeks to fully complete. This included porting numbers, educating employees on the phone system and new internet faxing, getting the phones installed and making sure everything was the way we needed it. The technical support is what deserves the most praise, every person has been quick, kind and knowledgeable.

Audio quality and reliability has been great. Using Nextiva for phone and fax lines, both are better than what we had before. This was our first "cloud" element, we now have our online data backed up in the cloud as well as our email and website. Technical support has been helpful each time we've contacted them, including twitter.
The features are vast and took us a while to Transferring our phone numbers took 3 weeks to complete. While there was no down time, it would have been preferred to see it complete faster.
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I won't consider the idea of switching back to Verizon. Nextiva has been great in nearly every capacity and my phones finally work better than ever before.

Customer service, features, and price are why I chose them and why I'm with them.
The account portal online isn't something I use regularly but when I do, I need assistance from customer service by calling them.
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Nextiva for Ranjan & Khan

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If you are using or considering to go with Nextiva, make sure to call their support and spend time learning about what the system can do. It's more than just basic phone service and it's able to do many different things. I've created different settings for different groups and departments at my office. Their customer service is the best.

Customer service: Bar none the best customer service I've received from a company. Features: Tons of them and the phones do a lot. Call customer service to learn about the phones. Price: I pay $30/line after tax. I was paying $65 before I switched.
No new 800 numbers. In order to get 800 I had to buy them online. Nextiva only had 888,877,866, etc.
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My clients and I use Nextiva

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I'm an IT director and serve as a consultant on my off time for local companies. Throughout my career I've implemented on-premise PBX phone systems and supported my clients when they were in need. As I've moved many systems and processes to hosted environments, I decided to consider hosted phone systems earlier this year. After researching platforms and service providers, I made the choice to recommend Nextiva after testing them. The technology they have is impressive, twitter support is rock solid, and flat out the features out perform what I was getting out of Shoretel and other premise based systems. One advantage of Nextiva has been the call reporting tools. I'm able to retrieve important calling data for my clients and they use this to manage employees. But most importantly, Nextiva provides the support and houses all the technology. The customer service engineers have always been quick and smart. Again, I can't express how helpful the support via twitter has been. My posts get replied to quickly. Nextiva and hosted technology as a whole is the way to go.

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Worst VOIP Service Ever!

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From the beginning there were problems. Porting and set-up took weeks due to incompetent Nextiva employees. Have been with them for 2+ years and have had recurring problems with dropped calls. Technical support is horrid! As a non-technical person, I was suggesting options to technicians. (They should offer me a job!) My latest issue was with dropped calls on my 800 number. Nextiva refuses to take responsibility for the problem and has charged me for over a month of dropped calls to my 800 number. They put me on hold for minutes at a time (on my cell phone, no less!), do not return calls and are generally incompetent! I am finally biting the bullet and am going to drop them. Can anyone recommend a good business VOIP service for my business?
AVOID THIS COMPANY LIKE THE PLAGUE!

Lots of features if you can get anything to work!
Dropped calls. Poor technical support. Overpriced for the aggravation caused trying to resolve problems with service.
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I've never written about a company before online, but after using Nextiva for 2 months I feel compelled to make sure my contacts with them are displayed. Each person I've worked with has shown patience, technical product knowledge, and real customer care. I appreciate companies like Nextiva, they're the epitome of excellent customer service.

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