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I am currently using a DSL connection and there are no dial up connections that I can use to easily switch my computer to a fax machine.

Is there a good online service that can send a fax (PDF format to fax preferably) for me ( to/from any international place, in specific I want to be able to send a fax from Trinidad and Tobago to Canada and vice versa later on) ? I also want a cover page to be added and confirmation , is this possible ?

I tried faxzero.com, really annoying and takes forever.

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I'm curious. What's annoying about faxzero? I have used it many times and it worked fine. I can see that if the receiving fax machine is busy then the sending can be slow. The good thing I found was that both .doc and .pdf files can be attached. –  grokus Jul 20 '10 at 3:46
    
@grokus it was mainly the sending and the confirmation. I have not been able to send any from their site. Delay notification took two hours and an additional hour after that to say it failed.I tried out efax and I liked it alot better. I ended up getting Pamfax in the end. It also had a desktop edition that allowed for a fax-in number integration with Skype. –  phwd Jul 20 '10 at 11:17

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I've been really happy with efax.com. It's not free, but fairly cheep. It can handle PDF and other file types and works great. I believe you can also receive faxes as well, but have never needed that.

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Faxzero (faxzero.com) allows you to send up to two faxes per day for free. Both .doc and .pdf files can be attached. –  grokus Jul 20 '10 at 3:44
    
Beware of their charging structure, they once tried (and gave up after I complained) to charge me 15 times for a fax that only successfully sent on the last attempt. Also, when you leave you have to speak to the customer retention people first - no option to do it online (at least not when I used it) –  Jon Hadley Aug 5 '10 at 18:16

I use Freefax to send free faxes from Israel. The site is in Hebrew only but you can try using Google translate to get over that hurdle.

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+1 for Israel, I was just looking for that! –  ripper234 Sep 13 '10 at 23:05

(here in germany) i use: https://www.fax-senden.de/

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PopFax.com offers very good internet fax service. I'm using it for a long time. The price is great, it is reliable, saves a lot of time and leaves me extremely organized. More information on FAQ page.

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