Online Fax Services?

I'm just wondering if any of you have any experience with online fax services. I need to sign up for one today, because of course Comcast can't get my phone line straight. I see a lot of them have 30 day free trials, but if I decide to keep it for convenience, which one is the best?

I've already searched extensively, but it seems like all the "review" sites are plants for certain companies. I need something unbiased.

Thanks in advance.

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Need more about the spec.

You asked for best but didn't detail that. Certainly the best would not be the cheapest.

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Online Fax...

I realize you may not have a need for this anymore, but in case you do. I have been using for a while and have no problems with their services.

Hope this helps!

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How do you receive fax in normal times?

With fax software? like Windows Fax & Scan? Joyfax Server? Fax Server Pro? or GFI faxmaker?

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Keep in mind the spammers.

Joyfax spam is removed a lot so they don't get any second look from me.

Today, even at the office we use fax so rarely that we use an all-in-one fax printer machine.

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I use online fax from Popfax

I use Popfax online fax services, and i am happy with them, it is easy and convenient, you can take their free trial and see how it works:
I hope it helps.

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