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VoIP Fax Providers With the Best Services, Decided by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/07/14 -- As VoIP technology becomes more well-known, many people and businesses are becoming aware of this handy, inexpensive alternative for making telephone calls. In addition to providing the ability to make phone calls that are much less expensive than over traditional land lines, VoIP also offers the ability to fax documents.

Both individuals and businesses ranging in size from small offices to large companies often require faxing services. Rather than investing in a dedicated land line fax number, many individuals and businesses have become aware of the inexpensive availability of VoIP Fax Services. Utilizing VoIP Fax is convenient, cheap, and time-saving when compared with utilizing traditional fax methods.

The experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net took multiple criteria into account to create their ranking including: price, features, user reviews, expert ratings, and more. Here are the top three VoIP fax providers for 2014 as announced by CheapestVoipCalls.net:

1. Faxage

Coming in first place, this VoIP fax provider offers API based cloud VoIP fax services. Comprehensive yet inexpensive, their range includes sending and receiving faxes, gathering sent fax images, DIDs, accessing CDRs, and the checking of the portability of local numbers. Pricing ranges from $3.49 per month for individuals (up to 600 faxes monthly) with no contract required, to business plans that start for as little as $19.95 per month. No matter the size of your business or plan, the set up fee is only $5.00.

2. RingCentral

A close second, this VoIP fax provider boasts a free trial and 25% off for the first six months of service. Additionally, users of their VoIP service enjoy secure, encrypted faxing, free fax software, and the ability to choose between a toll-free or local number. Faxes can be received online or via email, and faxing can be accomplished via any software. Plans start at $6.59 per month for up to 500 faxes using this VoIP fax service. They also feature varying mid range plans, with their top pricing for corporate users running at $39.95 per month with unlimited monthly faxing.

3. Popfax

Popfax rounds up the top three VoIP fax providers recommended by the experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net. Experts liked their unlimited inbound faxing, VoIP fax to email, and worldwide SMS offerings. VoIP service pricing begins at $4.99 per month. Popfax also offers a free trial.

Choosing a VoIP fax service can be daunting, especially with all of the available companies clamoring for service. It is important to be able to trust the chosen provider. Considerations like cost, reliability, and ease of use are all very important factors. The experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net have taken informed and special attention in selecting these three as the top recommendations for 2014. Whatever your faxing needs, choosing a good VoIP fax provider over a landline is an excellent choice. It is much less expensive, is convenient, helps avoid maintenance and repair issues with fax machines, and can potentially avoid the need for fax machines all together. It is time for individuals and businesses alike to consider the switch from an expensive dedicated land line fax system to a VoIP fax provider. If interested, the professionals at CheapestVoipCalls.net are happy to provide assistance.

People or businesses that are interested in learning more about VoIP fax providers should 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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