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Old 06-10-2010
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I know there has been much discussion here about internet fax. I just wanted to throw one more service out there. I use Faxage. I chose them over efax mainly because I am still small and do not receive that many faxes. Faxage charges by the minute, rather than by the page, which I have found to be cheaper. I chose the cheapest package there is which doesn't include any minutes. I pay like $2.00 to $3.00 per month, plus $.05 per minute which usually means about $4.00 per month for me. There are packages that are $5.00 or $6.00 or more per month that include hundreds of minutes. I love Faxage.

Their supported file type list is shorter than efax. But honestly, the ones that aren't on the Faxage list I wouldn't use anyway, and some of them I've never even heard of. Faxage supports the biggies like pdf, Word, Excel, etc. They also have a new integration feature with MS Office which I haven't fully checked out yet.

It's worth a look IMO.
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Thank you for this. I have been using Ring Central and that is 10.00 per month. This is a great information. I really appreciate it. Thank you
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Thank you for posting this info - I thought I'd heard of all the internet fax options, but this one is new to me. Always looking for a great service and actually have to settle on an internet fax service again, so will definitely check this one out.
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Currently on the lookout for Internet Fax. I really don't think I would fax much but I just need it just in case. I tried to sign up to 3 companies who provide free trials: eFax, TrustFax & MyFax. I was able to sign up for the first two, eFax worked properly, TrustFax is weird.. I often get the page timing out and MyFax doesn't want to accept my CC. I'll definitely check this out if this costs less. Thanks!
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Thank you. I too have been looking into online fax services. I tried one yesterday and it was pretty simple. Enter in fax info, upload the document, choose a cover sheet, and send.

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I use utbox, you pay an annual fee (I think it's around AU$30) and that covers a certain number of received pages - I don't get a huge volume of faxes so it suits me, the only downside is you can't roll over your unused credit which is a paid as I still have over $20 worth.... otherwise can't fault it, the faxes come to your inbox as PDF files and you can use the account to send quite easily as well.
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As someone just starting out, I love the more economical options. Thanks for the tip!
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I have used fax.com for a couple of years now and I am quite happy with them. I pay a flat rate ($10) every month, after the free offer, and I can send and receive all I want. I have never had an issue with formats not being accepted, just sizes of files! An easy solution is to change files it a .TIFF and you're good to go! Hope this helps.
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Has anyone heard of Soho66 or used them for faxing? I'm in the UK and have signed up with them 2.00 per month to receive incoming faxes which is very cheap. I liked the idea that I could have a local number. I can send if I ever need to, if I buy credit but at the moment couldn't see why I would need this facility if I'm emailing work back. I've not tried it out yet as no-one has sent me a fax yet!
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Thanks for this great information. I'll be looking into all these options.
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