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    How to dump my landline but still have the ability to receive faxes ?

    I have a very old landline number along with a second number off the same landline Bell-south use to call the second number a ring master number like 25- 30 yrs ago when i first got it.
    One number I use for my business number for over 20yrs forwards out to an answering service that picks up for me 24/7
    The second number rings at home I use it as a home line and to send and reserve random faxes when needed
    The service is with AT&T costing me about $52 a month without any long distance service.

    Any suggestions on a reliable alternative ?

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    Assuming that you have a good Internet connection, get a Obhihai device from Amazon and use Google Voice. You can port your old number to Google Voice if you want.

    Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk

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    So all you need is to send and receive FAX's? I would look for an online FAX service: The Best Online Fax Services of 2017

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    Yes that is even better. I use faxage. Less than $5 a month.

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    How many faxes are you sending or getting a month?

    I recently signed up for MetroFax based off this recommendation.

    A bunch of other reviews seemed to all talk about eFax as the best fax service, but to me it seems like it is really expensive for what they offer and probably is because they are a well-known "brand" in the space?

    Faxage looks decent (mainly the price), but I haven't seen many good reviews online so I'm skeptical to make the switch and same some cash. Have you had any connection issues? Does it have a dedicated client or is it all web-based?

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    I use ONESuite for incoming fax - $1/month. It comes with a phone number.

    For outgoing fax, I use Interfax (generally 11˘ per page) where I put in my ONESuite number as my fax number. There’s no monthly charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maru View Post
    I use ONESuite for incoming fax - $1/month. It comes with a phone number.

    For outgoing fax, I use Interfax (generally 11˘ per page) where I put in my ONESuite number as my fax number. There’s no monthly charge.
    Sounds like a great bargain setup, I'm going to give it a try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetset429 View Post
    Sounds like a great bargain setup, I'm going to give it a try!
    When you're searching, it's Interfax.net, not .com.

    If you want, you can use my referral code (A9BD93960) on OneSuite for up to 10% bonus.

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