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Windstream: Indiana Consumer Information
Millions of customers receive services including Internet, phone, TV and business data solutions from Windstream. IN consumers interested in learning more about this provider can use the following information to familiarize themselves with its products and services.
Depending on your needs and availability in Indiana, Windstream could make your list of prospective service providers. In addition to phone service, Windstream also provides high-speed Internet to residential customers. A partnership with DISH Network allows the company to offer satellite TV packages, as well.
Satellite TV service provides HD programming and digital video recording to viewers in places across the country, including IN. Windstream offers customers a selection of DISH Network packages including:
- The 190+ channel America's Top 120
- The 235+ channel America's Top 200
- The 290+ channel America's Top 250
- The 320+ channel America's "Everything" Pack
Consumers can choose from four Internet packages covering a range of download speeds:
- The 3 Mbps High-Speed Internet
- The 6 Mbps High-Speed Internet Plus
- The 12 Mbps High-Speed Internet Flash
- The 24 Mbps High Speed Internet Flash 24
Home phone service
In Indiana, Windstream offers a home phone plan that includes unlimited nationwide calling, caller ID and other features.
Unified communications, network security and cloud computing are among the services offered to business and commercial clients. The list of features includes 24/7 monitoring by certified engineers.
Availability of Windstream in IN
When it comes to evaluating providers like Windstream, IN residents should check on availability before making a decision. Windstream business solutions are available nationwide. However, the company's residential services are limited mainly to rural areas, so if you live in a suburban or metropolitan area of IN, Windstream may or may not be a viable option.
Coverage area is just one factor that consumers should take into account when comparing Windstream with other providers, like DIRECTV. Select your location from the table below to learn more about Windstream:
Background on Windstream for Indiana consumers
In 2006, the telecommunications industry saw a new provider emerge from a long-running series of mergers and acquisitions: Windstream. Indiana consumers may recognize the name of one if its predecessors, Alltel, which itself resulted from a 1983 merger of Allied Telephone Company and Mid-Continent Telephone company. Allied Telephone had done business in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri since 1943.
Alltel ranked among the country's five largest local telephone companies. With its deep roots in the industry, Windstream continues to offer residential phone service through millions of access lines in more than a dozen states.
Soon after its formation in 2006, the company began diversifying its range of services. In 2009, Windstream achieved a milestone with its 1 millionth high-speed Internet customer.
Data collected 4/7/14 from http://www.windstream.com/