I’ve used eFax’s service for years to give me a virtual fax number. Someone fax’s the number and the fax is emailed to me as an image. Efax has a free service, but you can’t receive many faxes or the service shuts down. If you pay a small monthly fee you can get your own fax number, pick what area code you want and send faxes via email for additional fees.
Kim Komando writes With cell phones and broadband Internet, more people are dropping traditional phone service. If you’re considering ditching your landline, but you’re worried that you won’t be able to send and receive faxes, Internet options can step up to fill the void.
Internet fax services have several benefits in addition to not requiring a phone line. You can send or receive faxes anywhere where there’s Internet access. You also have an always-on fax that never runs out of paper or ink.
Light users appreciate not having to buy any special equipment. And heavy users can save on the cost of ink and paper. Additionally, electronic faxes are easy to manage. You also don’t need to worry about other people viewing them. Read her full article here
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