Main Features of SRFAX
During the signup process, you get to choose the fax number you prefer to use; a local service number or a toll-free fax number. You also get the benefits of the feature Junk Filters. With this, your account will not collect junk files or unwanted faxes. Multiple accounts can be logged in and managed using the simple administration screen, and faxes can be sent to any fax number as well as received on any email account.
The feature Schedule Fax Delivery enables you to book and send faxes along with attachments, on any date. Whenever they are sent, there will never be a delay because SRFAX never goes offline. Moreover, SRFAX works around the clock, sending you confirmations after a fax has been sent and ensuring that your faxing needs are being accommodated.
Who is This Faxing Service for?
Because SRFAX has a simplistic interface and teems with universal features, it is for truly anybody. Thus, you will be able to master SRFAX whether you are proficient at faxing or lousy at it.
Plans and Pricing
SRFAX has the following three plans on offer:
- Basic Plan: No free trial, 25 pages for $3.29 monthly or $36.00 yearly
- Ultra-Lite Plan: 60-day free trial, 200 pages for $6.95 monthly or $72.00 yearly
- Business Plan: 60-day free trial, 500 pages for $9.95 monthly or $108.00 yearly
Collectively, the plans have no applicable taxes, no toll-free charges and unlimited online storage. Most importantly, the plans offer password protection, SSL integration and support for many email clients and file formats including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, Snapshot, JPG, BMP, PNG, HTML and others.
Is SRFAX Easy to Use?
SRFAX is straightforward and undemanding; all of its features are accessible and easy to see. To be honest, half the battle is signing in, and the other half is following instructions.
Regardless of the plan you opt for, there is a credible support team waiting for your call. Any questions you have will be answered by the representative, or you can take the time to ascertain the answers to your questions by looking at questions that have already been answered. You can find such questions in the knowledge base.