Subscriber Scott Adler wrote to tell me about the fax-to-email option he’s found:
In this weeks newsletter you talked bout a fax service for $7.95 per month. This permits you to get an assigned fax number which will allow you to receive Fax messages. But it does not allow you to send a fax message. I use
This costs $10.00 per month and gives me essentially the same capabilities as if I had a stand alone fax machine in use. I can even send multiple addressed faxes as well as international faxes.
Take a look
I have to admit it — MyFax looks good. It offers inbound AND outbound faxing via email. If you can send an email, you can send a fax. You receive faxes to your email as a PDF file. And, instead of a local phone number, you get an 800 number (toll-free in the U.S.).
Try a “Test Drive” via the MyFax site. Click on Test Drive in the navigation bar to send yourself a test fax.
MyFax.com allows you to send and receive faxes using email, the web or a handheld device. Plus, there is NO setup fee, NO hardware or software to download! These benefits, coupled with the low cost of just $10 per month, make MyFax.com a good choice! MyFax plans have maximum numbers of pages that you can send and receive, with incremental pricing if you need to exceed your plan’s quantity.