Need Internet Fax Service Recommendations
Hey CrackBerryians - I need some help. Short story is I need recommendations for an internet fax service (send/receive) for occasional use - NEVER more than 10 per month, preferably with a local number capability (or toll free??). Long story follows:
Just moved from a home office to a rented office inside another, completely unrelated business. At home, the local cable provider had me set up with 2 virtual phone numbers in addition to the regular house phone (one that was a double ring and immediately transferred to my cell phone so was for "business card"/appearances only, and the other was a triple ringer fax line that triggered the all-in-one printer to treat it as an incoming fax; outgoing fax handled through the actual phone line with header showing the virtual fax number).
New office location is not served by my home cable company. I have no need for a phone line in this office (existing business has several employees / phone system / can't join their phone system as it would simply be an extension off their main number).
My fax needs (send and receive) are few and far between, 3-5 per month as most things can be handled via scan to pdf and email attachments, but there are the few cases where a customer's purchasing system sends purchase orders via fax, etc.
Who has any experience with this? I'm looking for something with a good reputation, professional, good pricing for a light user.It was recently pointed out to me that SugarSync was still in my signature, and no longer available for free. It was a nice (free) ride, SugarSync, but I'm seeing Box and Dropbox now, via BB10 integration.
- 01-16-2013, 09:59 AM #2
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I use ringcentral, I have a local number and they have a plan which is $10/year for something like 100 faxes sent/received.Gun Control: For those willing to rest their life on the conscience of a criminal.
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- 06-30-2013, 09:36 AM #6
I would recommend Popfax.com. The best solution for a light use - you have a pack for 5$ per month or smth like this and you have a limited number of faxes you can send. Generally, they have a browser sending option, application, API, and mobile website, I think.
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