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Topic # 11779 11-Feb-2007 17:21
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does anyone know a free service that i can use with my broadband connection to send a fax to america? i do not have a dial-up modem anymore. the free service can't send any additional info in the header of footer like some do. it needs to be able to receive a fax too. i don't care if it's a trial,but i need it for at least 15 days.

thanks guys


this is urgent guys. i need to verify something with a company in america by sending a fax. they don't accept email.

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  Reply # 60437 11-Feb-2007 17:36
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Urgent + incoming + outgoing + over 2 weeks service = you probably need to pay for service.

Most internet cafes do faxing, and will let you pay for an incoming fax too, usually exhorbitant rates like $1 per page, but hey - if its one page then its well worthwhile.

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  Reply # 60555 12-Feb-2007 18:36
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Take a look at:

You can receive as many faxes as you like for US$1 per month.  I have been using this service for almost a year now, and it has been extremely reliable during that time after we got a couple of teething problems sorted out.

You can send pages as well for a few cents per page.  In order to activate your account, you need to pay US$10 into it as an opening credit.  This will last you 10 months for receive-only, or a little less depending on how many pages you send.

Not quite free, but damn close to it.

I hope that helps.


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  Reply # 60603 12-Feb-2007 23:59
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