Use this Internet Fax Service for Free!

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There was a time when free online fax services abounded – in fact, eFax used to be such a free fax service. If you wanted a fax number to use in your own area code, you had to pay, but if you were willing to have a fax number in the middle of some state a thousand miles from where you were actually located, the service was free. That’s why with the boon in free online fax services you started seeing people who lived in California or New York, with California or New York telephone numbers, but Nebraska fax numbers.

Efax and other Internet to fax services are still around, but they all started charging. It seems that they, as others, eventually learned that giving away stuff for free on the Internet – without having any other way of making money tied to it – wasn’t a great business model for success. (Of course, some VCs still haven’t figured that out, but that’s another story.)


But what if you just want to send the occasional fax, you don’t have a fax machine, and you don’t need to send or receive faxes often enough to warrant either buying a fax machine or paying for an Internet fax service?

Enter FaxZero.com! A true free online fax service!

FaxZero.com allows you to send two free faxes a day, each up to three pages in length! The only catch, if indeed you can call it a catch, is that there will be an ad on the cover page. So what? It’s perfect for sending that note to your spouse who is away on a business trip, to your son or daughter at college, or your Aunt Madge.

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And if you need to send a more professional looking fax, without an ad on the cover page, you can send a “premium fax” from FaxZero.com, for only $1.79 on the spot! And for that $1.79 you get to send up to 10 pages, and there is no ad. And there is no limit on the number of premium faxes you can send!

Quite the bargain in this day and age! So check out the online fax services at FaxZero.com!

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11 thoughts on “Use this Internet Fax Service for Free!

  1. You can receive your faxes anywhere you can receive e-mail. This is a huge advantage. No running into the office just to look at a fax.
    What a helpful tool, right? Especially if you’re looking for affordable, reliable, faster and easier way to send fax documents.

  2. Well, all of us really want us to get a free service. That’s normal because we all want to earn more and spend less money. Let me point out the advantages.

    If it’s free you don’t need to spend a lot of money using the service either sending or receiving or even both depend to the internet fax provider. Whilst, if it’s paid you can be sure for the quality of service of you are availing and you can demand if you are not satisfied with the service. It’s really on your prerogative.

  3. I’ve never been able to find a free all-in-one solution. FaxZero has been solid for outbound faxing and eFax for inbound. If yout need for fax service is minimal, together they make a productive team.

  4. I meant to say, you can get it FROM efax.com, not ON it as it’s a different site but still part of efax.

  5. i don’t really go for totally free internet fax services because features are most likely to be limited. just like hai pickler, i went to try 101fax,and you could just imagine the savings i get. it works pretty fine, too. :)

  6. Anyone know of a fax service where you pay by fax? I only need fax service 2 or 3 times a year so I don’t want to sign up for a monthly fee.

  7. FaxZero is crap! You can only SEND faxes, you have to have a fax number to receive faxes. BOGUS!

  8. Don’t forget this service, which has existed since 1993 and is international, i.e. not limited to the USA and Canada:

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