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The Top 3 VoIP Fax Providers for 2014, According to VoIP-Catalog.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/20/14 -- While it may seem like an outdated medium to some, for many businesses faxing is still a very relevant and needed medium of communication. Faxing is an easy way to get signatures and to send contracts back and forth. However, the ways in which faxing have been upgraded by VoIP providers makes the experience much easier than by using a traditional fax provider.

With many VoIP fax providers, faxes can be sent directly to a user's email inbox. This eliminates the need to continuously get up and check the fax machine to see if anything has arrived. Many providers also integrate with Microsoft and Outlook programs to make sending and receiving faxes a lot easier than with other providers.

For those that are in the market to switch to a VoIP fax provider, the options are plentiful and one may not know where to begin. Recently, experts at VoIP-Catalog.com devised a ranking of the top 3 VoIP fax providers for 2014. For their rankings, the experts looked into the price of the service, ease of installation, customer reviews and more. Here are the top 3 that VoIP-Catalog.com came up with:

1) RingCentral

RingCentral's VoIP fax service is simple and easy to use. The company offers low rates and several different faxing packages as options. As far as extra features go, RingCentral offers quite a bit. Alerts, sending and receiving faxes as emails and being able to sign them digitally are all included. Their services are compatible and able to be used with smart phones, Mac and PC.

2) Popfax

Popfax offers unlimited fax reception with no fax software installation needed. Faxes can be sent from a web browser or email. Popfax packages together some great additional features for their service as well. Personalized fax sending, registered fax, conference calling, and sending faxes to multiple recipients at once are just a few of the enhancements. With Popfax there is no set up fee and the activation is instant.

3) Vonage

Vonage's fax service is very simple to set up. Vonage provides the box for the service and that connects to the user's fax machine. For just $9.99 a month the fax service can be added quickly to a business and receiving and sending faxes can begin immediately. Small business plans include 500 minutes of outgoing fax service for no additional charge. Vonage also gives their users the option of being able to access their faxing services from the comfort of their own home.

It is important for businesses to have a quick and efficient fax system working in their office. While many businesses strictly use email and phone for correspondence, there are still plenty of needs for fax service. Being able to have that option available is a luxury worth having. VoIP fax providers have low rates, little installation and most services can begin instantly. People that are interested in learning more about VoIP fax service providers can go to: http://www.voip-catalog.com/voip_services_fax-over-ip-(foip)_1.html.

About Voip-Catalog:

Voip-Catalog is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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