Toll-free Fax Numbers Save Paper, They Go To E-mail.

Going Green? Then join millions of toll free phone service subscribers in the latest trend and save paper by getting fax messages sent to e-mail. You’ll save money and the planet all at the same time.

Among the many benefits of signing on for toll-free service are the various features available from service providers such as Qwest, and Verizon. Calls can be routed to an any other phone line and faxes can be routed to email. These types of technological conveniences were just dreams a few years ago–now they are affordable realities. These state-of-the-art features are not available from most typical phone service providers.

When choosing toll free service, subscribers can select from a menu of services—phone calls routed to land lines, faxes, emails etc. and a variety of other features that suit their needs and their budget. Once a number is assigned, it stays with the owner permanently. If a company grows or moves locations, the numbers goes with them, safeguarding the connection to all their customers.

Some service providers such as Qwest and Verizon allow fax messages to go straight to email. This convenience saves costly paper and immediately transports the message to the business owner or company representative. This type of service is good for customer relations, saves pricey paper fees, and saves the environment.

Saving paper is just one benefit of signing up for unique toll free phone service features. Toll free service has become a necessity for successful businesses, organizations, and not-for-profits. According to reports, 98% of Americans use toll free numbers regularly. Businesses can see increases of as much as 600 percent if an advertisement includes a 1-800 number. Toll free numbers increase market reach, enhance customer confidence, establish recognition of brand image, and sustain businesses during times of a weak economy.

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51 Responses

  1. Join us in celebrating the earth. Cut back on waste.

  2. The wisest mind has something yet to learn.

  3. Man, i hope it’s better than the voiceprint identification back in MacOS 9.

    That thing sucked.

  4. I guess next we will have to hack the gibson.

  5. I use a toll free service provider called Callture. I have a basic toll free number with them at only $2/month which I found rather amazing when I first got it. Their internet faxing option is also excellent…..my personal favorite is the option to get voice mails sent to my e mail.

  6. To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.

  7. Be nice to your kids . . . they’ll be the ones choosing your nursing home.

  8. One thing you can give and still keep: my word.

  9. Im sick of all this environmentalistism mumbo jumbo. I dont care about saving paper but ill take teh convenience thank you very much.

  10. Haha! thats what im talking about.

  11. I was hoping someone would start something like this up. Its about time.

  12. Call me crazy but shouldnt we have been doing this by now?

  13. Why is abbreviation such a long word ?

  14. A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more than a thousand men with guns.

  15. Patience is not a virtue, it is a waste of time.

  16. Phone call for Al…Al Coholic…is there an Al Coholic here?
    Wait a minute…
    Listen, you little yellow-bellied rat jackass, if I ever find out who you are, I’m gonna kill you!

  17. Personal opinion here, but it’s not about the price of the call.

    I’m in the UK; our equivalent is 0800, but it’s essentailly the same as 800 in the US. On most mobile networks here, you get charged for calling 0800, at the same rate as calling a normal fixed line phone.

    So, it’s not the price that I see when I call, it’s the image of the company. Unless I spot a company with a familiar area code such as my local area, I’m going to go with the company that looks the most impressive. Given the choice between two identical offerings, one from a company on 01987 532345 and another from 0800 4532345, I’ll go with the 0800 offering every time.

    It’s like domain names. Who would you buy from? http://www.flowerpots.com or hometown.aol.com/tedsflowerpots

  18. The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool.

  19. You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back.

  20. I don’t think environmentalism is mumbo jumbo. I think it’s great and we should all do our part in one form or another!

  21. I have to say a big THANK YOU for this article. I have found a great company to host a toll free number with an “e-fax” as they call it and I LOVE it! The company I went with is number 1 at google (NOT in the sponsored area) and I am so glad to have found them!!

  22. If you want to help the earth this is a good way. You can also do other things like buying earth-friendly products. Seventh Generation, Eco-Cover, Green-Living, etc. offer a great line of household cleaners, bathroom items, etc that are the same cost as normal brands but are waaaaaay better for the environment! Check ’em out!

  23. I believe this is one of the requirements if a company wants to be legally classified as “green.” Cutting down on paper waste is easily done with an e-fax.

  24. I’m the CEO of a Green Co and I try to keep everything electronic – it’s better in so many ways!

  25. I once had to call eBay… what a nightmare. I wish I’d never found their number, as the “service” was so horrible and the experience even worse.

    Nonetheless, this is a great resource to have handy – I’ve bookmarked it. Thanks for sharing this info with us.

  26. Nice, now we need a toll free number that forwards to other numbers in the US!

  27. Always forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.

  28. The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool.

  29. how long will it take before the NSA starts using this, no more calling from phone booths, to hide your number

  30. Just keep trying it only took me about 7 tries to get through.

  31. To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.

  32. i’ll print this out.. Woot.

  33. These are only Japan based manufacturers. American companies have made no such agreement.

  34. Someone needs to record it for the rest of us…

  35. Phone call for Al…Al Coholic…is there an Al Coholic here?
    Wait a minute…
    Listen, you little yellow-bellied rat jackass, if I ever find out who you are, I’m gonna kill you!

  36. If you don’t know where you’re going how do you expect to get there ?

  37. Being yourself is being the person everyone else wants you to be.

  38. Be nice to your kids . . . they’ll be the ones choosing your nursing home.

  39. This is great marketing. Can’t wait to see how it turns out.

  40. Always forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.

  41. Life is like a dream, sometimes it is good and somtimes it is bad, but in the end it is over.

  42. it is better to stay silent and be thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.

  43. To bear failure with courage is the best proof of character that anyone can give.

  44. Now all we need is a connection to the computer standard to!

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  46. […] Go Green with Toll Free eFax Posted on December 3, 2010 by smsgov Many companies have started offering paperless billing to save millions of paper each year – great idea! Bills are now sent electronically, an ideal format for money saving ventures and eco-minded individuals alike. If you are looking for more ways to “green it up” you should consider a new system sweeping the nation: efax! No more bulky fax machines and worrying about whether someone received your fax or not. Businesses use efax services with toll free numbers and people have started using them for personal use as well. Learn how to get your own efax here. […]

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