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The Top 2 VoIP Fax Providers for 2014, Decided by CheapestVoIPCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- There are many reasons why faxing remains relevant today. It is not the most prominent way of communication anymore but it still has its uses. The problem with faxing is that many complications can occur and a lot of time can be wasted as a result. However, a solution has been made to end all of the faxing error messages and the answer is a VoIP fax provider. VoIP fax providers allow for faxing to be done much easier and faster than the traditional methods.

Having a VoIP fax provider will allow for less time to be wasted waiting for faxes to arrive and waiting for them to be sent. Many VoIP fax providers will send notifications to a desktop or even to a mobile device to alert a user when a new fax has been sent. No longer does a user have to wait or continuously get up to check the fax machine to see if a fax was received. VoIP fax providers can send faxes by the push of a button and some providers allow for faxes to be signed electronically.

There are many different VoIP fax providers that offer great services. Our specialists at CheapestVoIPCalls.net recently narrowed down the top two in hopes to help people that are thinking of switching providers. It can be difficult for a business to decide which company to use, so the specialists compared price, features, customer reviews and more to get their ranking. Here are the top 2 they decided on:

1) RingCentral

RingCentral has some of the best VoIP services on the market. Included in their great array of products is their VoIP fax service. They offer a secure connection, free fax software, fax logs, mobile alerts and much more. RingCentral has several fax packages available from 500 pages a month to a corporate plan of unlimited faxing. The unlimited plan costs about $39.99 a month and it includes additional fax numbers, as well as home and web support. There are additional features such as the ability to attach documents and send to multiple people and the ease of sending faxes via email. RingCentral's customer service staff is extremely knowledgeable about their products and services. They are easy to get in touch with and are always willing to be helpful.

2) Popfax

Popfax has many great features that come along with their service. They offer the ability to send and receive faxes for free and the option to send them from mobile website or mobile fax software. With Popfax, users can send personalized faxes and keep reports to help keep things organized. Their service is very easy to use and easy to learn as well. Their customer service team is easily accessible and available to be reached via web, phone or email.

VoIP faxing makes faxing so much easier for a business. People or businesses that are interested in learning more about VoIP fax or VoIP fax providers can 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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