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Using comparison charts is a time tested method of quickly finding the best deal for any product or service you wish to buy. Whether you're looking for the latest large screen TV or the cheapest Internet fax service, comparison charts will quickly give you the necessary information you need to make an informed decision.

The main reason shoppers use comparison charts is time. You can save time by accessing all relevant data (prices, sizes, ratings, customer support, merchants, etc.) you need to make an informed decision. Comparison charts will give you all this vital information at a glance.

When choosing a business service such as Internet fax we have to be especially careful before we make our decision. Whenever we are buying any service we have to be extremely prudent. How reliable is the service? How good is the customer support if we should have problems? Are there any hidden fees which will rob us blind? Is the service completely scalable for any company or business which suddenly expands?

Buying a service like Internet fax does require that you do a little homework first. Especially when you consider this is an ongoing business expense which you will have to pay for each month. Wise decisions now could save you a lot of money over the long haul.

Almost everyone now realizes Internet fax is very cost effective: no extra phone lines, no bulky fax machines, no messy ink and paper jams, no busy signals... you can receive and send your faxes wherever you have the Internet. And in our increasingly wireless world that's just about anywhere.

There are many factors to consider when choosing an Internet fax service. Here's a few that should be at the top of your list.

1. Service

First and foremost, you must get a quality service, one which has proven itself in the marketplace. In this day and age, the Internet itself is a good place to check customer ratings or recommendations of the different services. Never dismiss word of mouth recommendations - what fax service are your colleagues or business partners using and recommending. Check out any Internet fax service thoroughly before you sign up. Check with the BBB Better Business Bureau to see if there have been any complaints.

2. Price

Next you must check out the prices or costs very closely. What are the monthly charges? What are the monthly allowance of faxes you can have - how many inbound? how many outbound? Number of faxes can range from a 100 to 1000 pages so check closely. How much do extra pages cost? These can range from 3 cents to 10 cents per page. How much does international faxes cost? Are there set-up fees? Are there extra monthly charges for a Toll Free number?

If you're a large company or someone with an active small business these costs can add up very quickly. Some fax comparison shopping now can save you money over the long haul.

3. Availability

Does the Internet service have an online interface or login site where you send and receive your faxes? Is there online storage, if so, how much? Can you use the service on any desktop applications? Which ones? Are there local fax numbers? Are there Toll Free numbers?

4. Support

Perhaps, the main question you should ask: how good is customer support? Will they offer help when you need it? Will the company go out of its way to assist you if any problems should arise? Current users of a fax service is usually a good judge of this so check Microsoft Marketplace under Internet fax and you will see customer rankings of the different services.

5. Smaller Can Be Better!

Many companies, managers or ordinary personal fax users tend to choose or go with major Internet fax companies such as MyFax, eFax, TrustFax, RapidFax... but these large fax companies are not your only choices. Smaller lessen known fax companies such as Metro Hi Speed and Faxage offers great service at a much better price. Because their client base may be smaller than these larger companies, individual attention may be more attainable! Don't dismiss these fax companies from your list when you're considering a fax service for yourself or your company. The best things sometimes come in small packages.

Regardless of which Internet fax provider you choose, make sure you're getting one that fits your needs. Make sure you're getting a quality, reliable service at the best price possible. Use all the points listed above to help you find the right Internet fax service for you or your company. Choose wisely.

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For a handy online comparison chart of all the major Internet Fax Service Providers click here: Online Fax Comparison Chart For a more detailed review of the different fax services try here:Internet Fax Service Guide Copyright © 2007 Titus Hoskins. This article may be freely distributed if this resource box stays attached.

To find helpful free online marketing tools try here: www.bizwaremagic.com Titus Hoskins is a full time online marketer with over 10 years of experience with building and running websites.

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