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VoIP Fax Providers That Make Faxing Simpler, According to 1010PhoneRates.com

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/18/14 -- Faxing is one of the oldest means when it comes to business communications. However, this form of communication has shown its age and has become a very stale and slow way to share information. Luckily, over the past few years there have been tremendous upgrades to faxing in the form of VoIP fax providers. These providers have taken the slow and tedious functionality of faxing and made it quick, easy and doable at the push of a button.

Many VoIP fax providers offer services that allow users to send and receive faxes via email. Users can be notified on their computer or even a mobile device when a new fax has arrived so that they do not have to waste time getting up and checking the fax machine for a new fax. Some providers even offer the feature to sign faxes electronically, so that documents can be sent back and forth in a quick and efficient manner.

The experts at 1010PhoneRates.com have recently decided on the VoIP fax providers on the market that make faxing simpler. These are companies that make life easier for users and allow for fast turnaround when faxing from business to business. The experts took a look at customer satisfaction, price of service, added enhancements and more. Here are the ones they decided on:

1. Faxage

Faxage is easy to sign up for and to get activated for a business. Their prices are very economical and their services are available for businesses with high inbound faxing and for ones that have a lower rate. Faxage offers a 30-day money back guarantee on their business services so users can leave the service before 30 days if they find themselves unhappy. Faxage allows customers to send and receive faxes from via email or send and receive faxes via the Faxage web site. Their customer service team is easy to get in touch with and they are helpful and knowledgeable about their products.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral is one of the powerhouse names in the business VoIP world. Their VoIP faxing packages are no different. Their services integrate with Outlook, allow for faxing from any application, give detailed fax logs and more. RingCentral can also allow users to receive alerts on their phone when a new fax has arrived. Their prices begin at the modest amount of $6.59 a month and they have several pricing options available.

3. Popfax

Popfax offers great features with their fax packages. They allow for users to be able to send faxes with their mobile device and have unlimited fax reception. Their rates are some of the lowest on the market and their customers continue to come back to them because they are happy with the return they get from them. With Popfax, users can send personalized electronic faxes and receive a detailed report of faxes have been sent.
Faxing is still an important part of every day business and VoIP fax providers are making the taks much easier. For more information, feel free to visit: http://www.1010phonerates.com/online-fax-service.html.

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1010PhonesRates.com 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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