E-Fax is a service that lets you send and receive faxes as email attachments. You simply use the recipient’s fax number and eFax’s address. The 30-day free trial lets you send up to 30 pages. You can also use eFax to receive by email, up to 130 pages during the trial. Be careful, if you don’t cancel during the initial month, you will be charged.
MyFax is a popular commercial fax. After signing up, you can send a fax by composing an email which contains the text you want to send, or an attached document. You can try MyFax free for 30 days, after which you can send 100 fax pages for US$10 per month.
UFAX is another commercial service that allows you to send fax by email. Similar to MyFax, it’s a paid service with a free trial. UFAX let you send free faxes for a month, from your PC or mobile PDA device. If you go for the free one-month trial, you will have to remember to cancel before the trial period ends, or your credit card will be charged.
InterFAX is a great option for email faxing. InterFAX doesn’t have a free trial option, but you can subscribe for as little as US$10, allowing you to send about 90 faxes for 11 cents per page. Enter your fax message in the body of the outgoing email, or attach a file to be faxed.