Lingo Incoming Fax to Email Service Launched
Lingo, Inc, the Voice-over-IP subsidiary of Primus Telecommunications Group, Incorporated, has introduced a new service, Lingo Incoming Fax to Email service.
PTGi is a premier provider of advanced communication solutions, including, traditional and IP voice, data, mobile services, broadband Internet, collocation, hosting, and outsourced managed services to business and residential customers in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Brazil.
For the new and existing Lingo customers, IFE is now available as a feature, with a monthly charge of just $14.95.
The IFE service is easy to use, offers unlimited incoming faxes and since it doesn’t require any hardware, it helps save money. In addition, it also helps you to get all your faxes emailed to you as a PDF and access them from any computer anytime, anywhere.
"Lingo provides phone service over the Internet using Voice over Internet Protocol, so you get clear, reliable calls through your broadband connection at a price that can be far less than traditional providers," said PTGI's President for U.S. Retail Services, Thomas Mazerski, in a press release.
Both residential and business service plans offer more than 20 calling features, such as enhanced voicemail, caller ID, call waiting and many more. Your existing number, in most cases, can be transferred too.
In addition, there are also "no annual contract" options, and the setup cost is currently being waived.
"We believe our robust affordable calling plans and features combined with the unlimited calling within the US and to 45 countries are an excellent way for consumers and businesses to maximize their savings and improve their bottom line", Mazerski explained.
In related news, Primus Telecommunications Group, Inc has launched its new Lingo business phone service plans in the United States, designed to meet the needs of small businesses.
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Edited by Rich Steeves