FAQ: How can I send a fax from the Internet?

Services for Receiving Faxes Only

The following pay service lets you receive faxes, but not send them. (There's only one company left in the list — increasingly, fax services are moving toward full-service send and receive tools.)


Kall8 provides a toll-free U.S. telephone number. Incoming faxes can be routed from that number to your fax machine or delivered to your e-mail inbox. Voicemail is also available at no extra charge. The service is priced right for people who receive a low volume of faxes: $2 setup fee plus $2 per month, and 6.9 cents per minute. Or, get a local number for $5 per month plus $5 setup fee; per-minute charge is 5.9 cents. True 800 numbers are $5 per month; "vanity" and premium numbers start at $15 and $25 per month, respectively.
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