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FAXAGE Adds Minutes, But No Extra Cost, to Fax Service Plans

January 24, 2011

Internet fax services provider FAXAGE will now be providing extended services on two of its key small business-oriented e-mail and Web-based fax service plans.

These additional services will be adjusted automatically to the existing clients’ accounts. The Professional plan, with its 150 incoming minutes and 150 outgoing minutes at a price of $7.95 per month, will be extended to provide additional services. Both the incoming and outgoing minutes of fax service have now been extended to include 300 minutes without any change in the pricing. A toll-free 1500 plan for $19.95 per month has also been added to include 750 minutes of incoming and 750 minutes of outgoing faxing service.

Deploying a wide range of pricing options, FAXAGE provides e-mail faxing services that caters to the needs of casual and occasional fax service as well as high-volume business-critical faxing. Designed specifically for small to medium business or home office use, FAXAGE removes the complexity of managing physical fax machines and phone lines and provides customers with an option to receive and send faxes remotely.

In a release, Christian Watts of EC Data Systems, the owner and operator of the FAXAGE service, said, “We are pleased to offer additional services to our clients and potential clients while keeping the price stable. These improvements continue to serve our value-leader strategy in the web and email faxing market.”

As an application service provider located in Denver, EC Data Systems make use of its in-house designed and operated application portfolio to providing value-added services to clients in the small and medium business (SMB) segment. Owned and operated by EC Data Systems, FAXAGE is an Application Service Provider holding company. With expertise in systems, databases, networks and telecommunications technology, EC Data Systems has been building quality, reliable solutions.


Carolyn John is a Contributor to unified communications. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf

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