Reliable Reviews of Online Fax Service
It is common knowledge that sending fax messages had all along been a frustrating experience - using an uncouth fax machine and a dedicated phone line. The traditional faxing also entailed use of consumables like paper, ink, toner etc.
In the light of this, the emergence of online faxing or faxing over the Internet had come as a veritable boon. Users are now heaving a sigh of relief as they no longer need to use the fax machine and put up with messy operations. Sending/receiving fax messages over the internet is neat, a lot less time-consuming and also cost-saving.
There are several online fax service providers in the market and the consumers are hard put to determine who is more reliable than the other.
The competition is quite fierce and an intending buyer of these services needs help to see through all the hype and decide on the right online fax service provider. The only proper method would be to study the impartial reviews of some of the leading service providers in the market and tie up with a company based on features list, plans and prices, reliability and track record, client support etc.
Reputed and well established telecom service providers, principally focus on offering online fax services to small and midsize businesses and specialize in cloud computing based, multi-extension business phone systems with online fax functionality.
eFax is yet another frontline online fax service provider with fax to email services aimed at individual users, SOHO and small businesses, and customized online fax solutions for large corporations. In 2011, the company launched eFax Next, which complements its basic fax features with expanded services like document management, digitized signatures, document encryption, mobile apps etc.
MyFax - When you visit MyFax website, you will be presented with an array of options - personal & small business fax, corporate fax etc. Their plans include an online account management portal, 24/7 North America-based free customer support, a local or toll-free fax number, and one-year online fax storage. MyFax also has apps for Blackberry and iPhone smartphones.
RapidFax - Like many other fax service providers, RapidFax offers an opportunity to sign up for a 30-day free trial. There is a single price plan, no setup fee and immediate access to your new local or toll-free fax number and no extra fees for toll-free number. You get access to a web interface for faxing and account administration, email faxing by file attachment and TIFF or PDF incoming email fax formats.
Nextiva's vFax - Their services include the option to keep an existing fax number or select a new local or toll free fax number. You can send /receive faxes by fax machine; email, cell phone, PDA, or any other mobile device, home /office computer or Nextiva's online control panel. Nextiva owns and operates its own network infrastructure, including telecommunications and data equipment.
There are few other reputed and reliable fax service providers like FaxZero, TrustFax, FaxFreedom. Pop fax, FaxLogic etc. You should study your exact faxing requirements and find out which fax service provider offers you the most cost-effective package and 24x7 services before finalizing your choice.
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