5 Pay As You Go Internet Fax Services With No Monthly Fee, Setup Fee And Subscription

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If you Google long enough, you will notice there aren’t many reliable pay-per-use internet fax services, the reason is because it is not profitable to offer such service due to the high cost of maintaining too many numbers. Ironically, there are more free fax services with ads than pay-per-use.

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It doesn’t make any sense to sign up for a monthly subscription if you only want to send faxes once in a blue moon, let alone pay for the setup fee. After much research, we’ve managed to narrow down the list to 4 reliable pay per use prepaid, no subscription, no monthly fee and no setup fee online faxing services, be warned, they are not cheap.

1. paygo fax

1-5 pages For $1.99 + $0.20/page

paygo fax

PayGoFax.com is a simple pay-as-you-go prepaid eFax to send a “one-off” fax. Because how often do you actually send a fax? They have no monthly fees or setup fees. They simply send 1 fax at a time for your occasional fax needs. For those wanting to send 2 pages or fewer, it is free and no credit card required.

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2. Simple Fax

6 Pence to 19 Pence Per Fax

simple fax no monthly fee Pay Per Use Internet Fax Services With No Monthly Fee, Setup Fee And Subscription

simple-fax employs a prepayment system. Adding funds to your account is easy and can be done via Paypal or credit card. Pay as you go! There is no contract and no monthly service charge. Simple Fax offers you your own dedicated fax number for free. Adding £10 or more to your account will get you your own fax number for free!

3. Innoport Express

5 to 10 Pages / Block

innoport express pay per fax

Send a fax now without creating an account! Pay nothing if the fax is unanswered or busy. It’s simple, quick and reliable. See how easy their pay per fax service is by viewing their demo video. Fax up to 10 pages to US or Canada for only $1.95! Acceptable file types : .pdf, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .txt, .tif, .tiff, .jpg, .png, .bmp

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4. GotFreeFax

10 Pages/USD1 20 Pages/USD2 30Pages/USD3

gotfreefax fax prepaid

GotFreeFax is a Premium Pay-Per-Fax Service. It comes with a free fax cover page and no ads. Secure payment via Paypal. It also comes with encrypted connection and technical support.

5. FaxFresh

25¢ per page — minimum $1.99 per transaction

faxfresh pay per use

FaxFresh is the best way to send a fax without a machine. They use military grade encryption to receive your documents, and don’t store them after they’re sent. Fax. Pay. Confirm. No commitment. No subscription. Upload your PDF and send to any US, Canadian, or international fax number (select locations).


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    Melanie Maddison [ Reply ]

    Internet faxing is a great asset to your business or even for home. It is inexpensive, saves paper, toner and time. It also keeps you extremely organized as all faxes go to your email. It took me a while to make the switch but I am glad I did. I tried ring central’s free-trial and am happy with their services. I also tried myfax and was also satisfied!

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      Amazon [ Reply ]

      I use it for several years, and never got problems. It is cheaper than other

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      Vibin Reddy [ Reply ]

      Send a fax all over the world for free, from USA america to canda to japan to china and india

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      Aibek Esengulov [ Reply ]

      send multi-page faxes from my PC?

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      what about receive fax?

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    Internet fax [ Reply ]

    I would suggest you to include Popfax offers to in this list. It very cheap comparing to other services. Take a look at the tariffs page…

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      which is the Cheapest Internet Fax?

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      Tutorial [ Reply ]

      Cheap home office online fax services help small business

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      anything from j2 global company is a simple trash! they use cheap Indian support that dont give a darn about you, and have zero customer service protocol. i tried them in the past and ended up with tons of problems receiving my fax on paid plans!

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    Which company has the cheapest fax line?

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    Will Shanklin [ Reply ]

    Why is using an online fax service much more cheaper than using a traditional fax machine?

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      Allen J Botnick [ Reply ]

      Because you don’t have to pay for a landline, fax machine and maintenance. Pamfax.com will fax for 10 cents per page.

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    Allen J Botnick [ Reply ]

    MaxEmail was sold to Efax.com and they raised their charges to $15 per month for 150 pages of fax. Maxemail customers have to convert to the new plan or drop the service on their renewal date.

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    Faxitnice is defunct. They never refunded my pre-paid balance.
    Onlinefaxes.com changes their prices and polices all the time. Customer service is OK. Trying to change or cancel plans is frustrating and difficult.

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    Kevin Lau [ Reply ]

    I think “Snapfax” is a good choice for sending faxes too. Pay per use. No subscription required. In addition, it’s very user friendly and tailor-made for the best mobile faxing experience. This app can be downloaded from Apple App Store or Google Play (meanwhile you can get 2 free credits from there – see the “Description” section after searching “Snapfax” from the app store). Features:
    – Fax your document from Camera (built-in scanner)
    – Fax your document from Photo Library
    – Fax your PDF document from Cloud services (iCloud, Dropbox or Google Drive)
    – Sign and add text to the fax document
    – Hide sensitive information in the fax document
    – Give you the estimated time of fax completion
    – Push notification when fax job has been completed

    Note that Snapfax has a Mac version and a Windows version too.

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      Not a good price. Snapfax charges 0.80 credits (equiv to $0.40) per page sent to the US. Interfax charges just $0.11 per page.

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    I would like to add etherfax.my on the list. It may not be pay per use but they do have the option to customize a package that best suits one’s needs. You avail of the free trial period that lasts a month to see if it’s a right fit for your business.

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      too darn expensive. for $20 for a 100 pages

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    FaxSalad is another great pay per use service. They only let you fax pdf documents but they offer 5 free pages on registration and cheap pages there after, no commitments or setup fees.

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      Markland [ Reply ]

      They now have support for JPG and PNG

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    OnLineFaxes.com is now efax.com as of several months ago and the annual fee went way up from when OnLineFax was still in business.

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    I need a pay per use service to receive docs from IRS. I’ll never use it for anything else.

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    Etherfax.my should be a good option. You pay for only fax sent, you should be able to get your money’s worth.

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    paygofax.com is good too. Some people don’t have or like to use paypal. First 2 pdf pages are free, and won’t even request payment if that is all you are sending.

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    This is a great pay-as-you-go solution. First 10 pages are free and you don’t need to enter a credit card to use them.

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    Clint Bailey [ Reply ]

    paygofax is NOT working as advertised currently. All of the fields were filled correctly and it was a 2 page PDF which is advertised as FREE.
    The same error message pops up after hitting the upload button (sender name,receiver name, receiver fax #, sender email)required.


    To their credit, they have responded in a timely manner saying they will have the developer look into it in a “few hours”.

    I will let you guys know how it goes.

    I have to wonder how this service was properly vetted at this site as #1, since it apparently doesn’t even work as advertised.

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    GreenFax offered a pay as you go with a min $10 credit buy in and only 10 cents per page. They were bought by eFax and grandfathered all the existing GreenFax users plans. SimpleFax seems to be similar but as a silly American, the only pence I know is Mike…and their web page seems to be down. If I had to do it all over again, I think I would pick GotFreeFax.

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    R Watson [ Reply ]

    Innoport express
    The plan looks good and the price is very reasonable, and cc payment is easy. Adding documents is a bit awkward, one page at a time using a code to upload each page.
    BUT – after I was done I received an email stating that 5 of nine pages (tax stuff) sent and the others failed. No indication which pages failed to send, or why, or indication if or when I should try again.

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    Which is the best efaxing service provider? What is Internet Fax? Is there Google Fax? Which is the best internet fax service? And how to fax from a computer without fax machine?

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    Hi. We are from U.A.E and we are looking for online fax services. Will it work still even if we are not in U.S. and will be sending fax not in U.S. as well?

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    Herbert Schwartz [ Reply ]

    By my opinion WiseFax is the quickest and easiest pay-as-you-go fax service. Fax is sent in four simple steps: upload document, preview pages, insert receiver’s fax number (with country selection), and confirm sending. And you can even add a cover sheet and edit the document before faxing (improve contrast, sign, edit etc.).

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    The problem with most of the fax is that they are need the user to buy subscription. For users who just want to sent one time fax, this are totally not worth it.

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    Charlotte [ Reply ]

    Has anybody had trouble getting a reply from Innoport Express? I sent a sensitive fax yesterday and still have not received a confirmation. Now I am very worried about their security.

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    Angelica [ Reply ]

    I just used paygofax which states first 2 pages free and after that 1.99 for up to 5 pages i only needed to fax one page and when i entered my card info it took out $15 plus another $2.19

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    Darlene Blenkers [ Reply ]

    Paygofax used to be legit, but the last two times I have tried to use them I never received a confirmation email and their customer support email bounced back as undeliverable. After following up with the company I faxed to, I found out that the fax was never sent.

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