PRODUCTS

Guest Fax

Guest fax is ideal for users who rarely need to send fax. Using Guest Fax you don't even need to create an account. In this mode you will only be paying for what you use and there are no subscription fees. To send a fax in guest visit the send page. On that page you will be required to complete the following:

  • Upload the documents you wish to fax. Note that you can upload multiple documents. Please see our list of supported file types.
  • Enter your name. This will be used in email correspondence when sending notifications about the status of your fax.
  • Enter your email address. We will send notifications about the status of your fax to this address.
  • Enter the recipient's fax number and click Next.

On Demand Fax

On Demand fax is similar to

Guest Fax
, as there are no subscription fees and you will only be paying for what you use. However unlike the Guest Mode you will have access to a user dashboard. By registering for the On Demand fax plan, you will have access to all previously sent faxes, allowing you to browser though your fax history. You can sign up for a free account by registering here. After creating an account you will gain access to the dashboard section. After registration you can start sending faxes by navigating to the New Fax tab.

  • Upload the documents you wish to fax. Note that you can upload multiple documents. Please see our list of supported file types.
  • Enter the recipient's fax number and click Send.

Subscription Plans

Our subscription plans provide users access to all the premium plans. By signing up for a subscription plan you will have access to all of the following:

  • A dedicated fax number.
  • Depending on your plan send and received up to a combined 200~400 pages each month (Please see Subscription pages and multipliers for details on how pages are calculated for high toll numbers).
  • Keep a history of all sent and received faxes.

RETRIES

Here you can see details about each attempt at sending your fax:
Attempt #1
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Attempt #2
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Attempt #3
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Attempt #4
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For additional resources please visit fax failures
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