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The Two Best VoIP Fax Providers for 2014, Determined by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- VoIP telecommunication technology continues to innovate and adapt with new products and services on a near daily basis. They have even made technology that is capable of making faxing relevant once again. Faxing is an older means of communication between businesses, but it is still an important aspect. The problem with traditional faxing is that it can create a ton of headaches for users. Error messages, long wait times, server connection issues and many more affect this form of communication and halt its production. However, VoIP fax providers have services that eliminate these problems and allow for faxing to be easy, fast and fun.

VoIP fax providers know all of the quirks and hesitations that go along with traditional fax systems. They have new technology in place that allow for most faxing to be done electronically. Most providers have services that can notify a user that a fax is ready to be viewed. This prevents having to continue to check the fax machine and waste precious time.

Switching over to a VoIP fax provider is simple, but many companies might not know exactly where to begin with their search. Our specialists at CheapestVoipCalls.net narrowed down the best two VoIP fax providers for 2014. For their choices, the specialists looked at price, features, customer reviews and more. Here are the top two that they decided on:

1) RingCentral

Ring Central offers the most complete fax service among their competition. They offer 25% off of the first 6 months of service and have plans starting as low as $6.59 per month. RingCentral allows for faxes to be received into an email inbox as well as the ability to send a fax via the Microsoft Windows application. Their service comes with tons of great features. Included are fax software, detailed logs, phone alerts, the ability to sign faxes electronically and many more. Their customers rank them very highly and their customer support team is quick to answer every inquiry they receive. RingCentral has an unlimited faxing plan that begins at $39.99 per month. This includes two fax numbers, as well as phone and web technical support.

2) Popfax.com

Popfax has a service that allows for their users to use a web browser to send faxes and receive unlimited faxes from others. They have additional enhancements with the fax packages such as conference calling, call transfers, personalized fax sending, contact groupings and more. Popfax offers several packages including weekly, monthly and yearly agreements. They have a $6 dollar a week package that allows businesses to send 20 pages. On the opposite spectrum, they offer a yearly package for $179.99 that comes with the ability to send 3000 pages. Their products and services are all based on the needs of the business.

Faxing no longer has to be something that businesses do not want to incorporate as a means of communication. VoIP fax providers have all of the tools necessary to make this service run smoothly and quickly. People interested in learning more about VoIP Fax providers can visit http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/cheap-voip-fax-cheapest-online-fax/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net org is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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