Better than comcast but no match with AT&T
February 28, 2022

Better than comcast but no match with AT&T

Himanshu Bhardwaj | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with CenturyLink Ethernet Services

In my organization, we have moved to use century link services from large scale to small scale for the reason of being sometimes unreliable and consistent services. We are not using this for any large-scale server-side activities. We have limited the use of it to certain aspects for better control of the services. The mobile platform is the main scope for these services as of now.
  • Small platform integration specially mobile related.
  • Cost effective services.
  • Great customer services.
  • Handling large scale deployment and continuous services.
  • Infrastructure related investment can prove very worthy.
  • Integration with local tools and in house applications.
  • Handling the load of services.
  • Integration with in house tools and applications.
  • Support during deployments.
  • Breadth of features.
  • Security.
  • Widely availability.
  • AT&T Business
AT&T I would say is the leader within this area in terms of handling any large-scale deployments and their services are awesome. No connectivity issues at all and no latency in feedback. Server deployments are handled very effectively, that's not the case with century link. Of course, security is second to none with AT&T.

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It is well suited based on our experience for small-scale projects where there are not very critical production-related activities happening. It will be easy to control and handle within a small set of deployments or platforms such as mobile-related activities. I don't recommend it for large server-scale deployment because we have seen inconsistencies with the connectivity of services.