Here is a clip from “PCWorld – Rick Broida” on how to take advantage of 2-(two) commonly known web based fax services to send/receive a fax (for FREE). In summary, the trick is to use “eFax Free” to receive a fax and “FaxZero” to send a fax. If you are someone who may have an occasional need to send/receive a fax, then these services will meet that requirement, without the expense of a fax machine. If you are someone who sends/receives faxes on a regular basis, then you may want to explore subscribing to one of these services.
clipped from www.pcworld.com
Dec 22, 2008 6:05 pm
It’s rare these days that I need to send or receive a fax, but it does happen. However, you won’t find a fax machine on my desk–I rely on Web tools for all my faxing needs. Here’s how you can do likewise:
There are other freebie fax services out there, but I’ve had great luck with these two. Mostly, of course, I just e-mail everything. What about you? Still using a fax machine, or have you consigned it to the scrap heap?
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