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The Best 2 VoIP Fax Providers of 2014, Announced by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/14 -- Fax systems are still prominently used in everyday business operations. The main problem with a traditional fax system is the process itself. Faxing is often slow, and numerous problems can occur. Busy signals, long waits and error messages are all undesirable complications that can come with sending a fax manually.

However, VoIP faxing has altered the landscape. VoIP fax providers make the process as simple as a single push of a button and eliminate the many pains that people experience doing it the traditional way. In fact, the majority of VoIP fax providers include the option for their clients to be able to receive and send faxes through email. This enables users to be notified on their mobile device when a new fax has arrived.

Analysts at CheapestVoipCalls.net have evaluated all of the options and found the top VoIP fax providers of 2014. A lot of businesses might not be aware of the advantages that utilizing this service can provide. CheapestVoipCalls.net has created this list for companies that are in the midst of or thinking about switching over to VoIP faxing. For their list, the analysts looked at the features, prices, providers' services and other factors. There are top two VoIP fax providers for 2014.

Faxage

Faxage offers great pricing and even gives clients who sign up on their website a $5 discount on their first monthly bill. Although there is no free trial, the monthly fee is much cheaper than the market standard price. The Faxage customer service team is very friendly and competent. They are available from Monday through Friday from 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Aside from that, email support is extremely accurate and responsive. Faxage has a monthly fee of $7.95 with a startup fee of only $5. In addition, there are no hidden charges. The online interface is easy to use as well. However, users cannot preview their faxes before they send them. They can receive and send messages from an unlimited number of email addresses.

Subscribers can also fax unlimited documents at a time as well as fax to an unlimited number of recipients. The company also offers unlimited fax storage at no additional cost. Faxage also provides local fax numbers in 48 states. Unlike with other VoIP fax providers, users can create an allowed or blocked call list so that subscribers are not charged for blocked calls.

Faxage also offers a 30-day money back guarantee for new customers who are using the service. It also has new security features that allow fax transmissions to meet GLB, SOX and HIPAA requirements.

RingCentral

RingCentral offers an excellent value as users get a maximum of 700 free combined online fax pages for only $8.99. The effective rate is only $7.11 if people prepay for a year.

Using their online service is very easy. All people need to do in order to send a fax is enter the name, number, attachments and click send. Unfortunately, Ring Central does not provide a preview of the fax that a person has sent. The service lets people send up to a maximum of 200 pages per fax with a maximum of 20 MB per document. Users can also send faxes to an unlimited number of recipients, and they can receive messages at 30 email addresses.

Customers can also store up to a maximum of 200 messages online for an unlimited period of time. RingCentral offers local numbers in Washington D.C. and 49 states. The company's phone support is available round the clock and offers high quality customer service. Their support technicians are accurate although it may take a few minutes for them to answer client inquiries.

People that are interested in learning more about VoIP fax providers should visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/cheap-voip-fax-cheapest-online-fax/.

About CheapestVoipCalls.net

CheapestVoipCalls.net is an authoritative VoIP provider site that gives consumers comparison tools to help them find the best tools for their business.

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