Learn My CRAZY Internet Secret!

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11 secrets that will make you more secure on the internetPenny Auctions are the newest internet craze that is allowing normal people to get insane deals on expensive gadgets, gift cards and other valuable loot. All you have to do is register on a penny auction website, then you will be able to bid on any item on their vast auction network. You will find many gadgets such as iPhones, iPads, Smart phones, Gaming systems, laptops, cameras and many other things. Bidding is done in 1cent increments and typically will result in the winning bids for a product being 90% lower than retail price. It is an incredible secret that I wish I had known about sooner. The opportunities that Penny Auctions create for you to profit from are endless. This may sound too good to be true but you will see it for yourself before even registering.

With the amazing prices you will soon see at Bozbids, you will have enough profit in resale to make large amounts of money. Sell your acquired items on classified ads, Ebay, or start your own online store using gadgets bought at Penny Auction sites at 90%+ discounts. Or you can simply have all the latest gadgets at ridiculously low prices.

There is no risk bidding for these gadgets because you will only have to pay for it if you win the bidding. With the cheap prices you will see it is nearly impossible to lose money no matter how you resell it. Penny Auction sites are exploding in popularity and it will be one of the next big things on the internet. I want anyone reading this to have a chance to get in on the action and profit from the massive potential of Penny Auctions. With the internet, things can change very fast so nobody really knows how long these will be around.

Here is a guide on what exactly you must do in order to start winning penny auctions and receiving the newest gadgets at rock bottom prices.

First – You must choose which Penny Auction website to use. They all perform the same function in similar ways, but have some differences. I always recommend and use Bozbids the most. I have had no problems and their service is very reliable. I would be careful using any other than this one as I have not tested any other sites. I can confidently say you will get the best service and deals if you use Bozbids like I did.

Second – Go to the site you chose, and take note of the auctions shown on the first page. You will see them in progress and ending, with new gadgets and low prices displayed on every penny auction site. Once you are signed up with the website you chose you will be able to place bids on these penny auctions and win them. Find the registration form which will usually be on the homepage of the site. Fill out all the information with real information so you can receive your winnings.

Third – Once you have registered and funded your account, you can start placing bids on the items of your choice. If you win the auction by having the highest bid at closing, you will pay your bid price and receive your item within 48 hours. If you don’t win the auction you can move on to the next one, and as you gain experience you will become very good at winning. There are strategies to winning the most auctions and getting the most out of penny auctions.

I have been implementing many different ways to profit from Penny Auctions and made a lot of extra income. Right now these Penny Auctions are cutting edge and most people still don’t know about them, so now is the time to get in early. You will be able to make a healthy profit reselling your winnings at a competitive price. All you have to do is think of easy ways to resell the items you buy, and your profit margin will be huge. To tell you the truth I feel like a lottery winner. I am literally buying everything from gift cards and camcorders to laptops and iPads for dirt cheap and having no idea what to even do with all my fat loot.

I made so much through Penny Auctions that I had to make sure it was legal and not a scam. My attorney brother checked out Bozbids and other Penny Auction websites and assured me what I was doing was legal, safe and legit. He was amazed to see me doing this and wanted in. Now he is making more money with his new business I helped him start than he makes as an experienced attorney. His success led me to believe I could help others on the internet achieve what we both have. I have given you all of my tips, and instructions for using Penny Auction websites. You can do anything you want with the items you win, so take advantage of Penny Auctions while they are still around!…

Norton Internet Security Software Review

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Norton Internet Security Software Review

Norton Internet Security Software ReviewNorton Internet Security is the perfect solution for anyone who uses the computer for work, play, checking emails, and any one who surfs the internet at all. I have been using this product for as long as I can remember and I would not trust my computer to anything else, it is very user friendly and a smart investment for anyone who owns a computer.

Norton Internet Security is complete Security, checking not only for viruses, it blocks spam, stops web sites from stealing personal information. It also has parental controls to help you block sites you would rather not have your family surfing. Norton is a trusted name when it comes to anti virus software as well internet security and has been for many years.

This protects your computer by eliminating spy ware, ad ware, Trojans, worms, viruses effortlessly, simply install the Norton Internet Security software, and with a few clicks, your computer is safeguarded from all sorts of malicious programs as well as hackers.

When you install a program after installing the Norton Internet Security, you can set defaults for that program, such as the ability to go on line with that software. Therefore, Norton Internet Security protects software installed before and after installation, and this is something that all not all anti virus programs can do.

I recommend you do a quick scan weekly that scans the most common parts of your computer that viruses target, but once a month you need to do a deep scan of your entire hard drive with Norton Internet Security. I recommend you set your deep scans the first day of every month at 12.00 am so that the software will run while you are sleeping and you will awake to a clean computer.

Norton Internet Security also scans incoming as well as outgoing email so you never accidentally open a file, which comes in your email, which is a virus. It is never a good idea to open any type of file, which comes in your email box without scanning it first. In addition, if you get an email that tells you to check your account and includes a link, you would be very wise to type the web address into your browser and see if the email is legitimate or is an expedition, as Norton will not recognize that.

Identity theft is an immense problem that is making the news these days, and with this Norton Internet Security software, you can be assured that no one is able to steal your personal information, as this software protects from web sites.

It is never a smart idea to have bank account numbers on financial software on your computer, however if you choose to do this then you can rest assured with this Norton Internet Security your bank account numbers are safe from hackers, web sites, identity thieves and others who would do you harm.

Your bank accounts are not the only thing web sites are after; they want passwords to your papal account as well as email passwords. With Norton Internet Security, you do not have to worry about anything on your computer as long as you get the required free updates that come with the subscription

If you or anyone who uses your computer uses instant messengers, this Norton Internet Security software will also protect your computer while those instant messengers are running. This way you cannon accidentally download a file from a friend’ that contains up a virus. Currently this protects the major three instant messenger programs, aim, yahoo, and msn.

No one will be able to hijack your computer and use it to surf to other sites and do harm because of the Norton Internet Security features, which block hackers from being able to grab your computer for their own pleasures. A small pop up window will alert you to a recent hacking attempt but will also tell you the attempt was thwarted and the credit here goes to the firewall in the software.

Not only does Norton Internet Security protect your computer in every way mentioned in this article it also will help you keep your children safe by allowing you to block unwanted sites from being found by search engines. You can set the parental controls in Norton Internet Security to block out sites by keywords as well as internet web addresses, making it very family friendly as well.

As a parent, I trust Norton Internet Security to keep my children safe when they are doing homework online or surfing the internet. The parental controls have a password on it, so I am not worried that my children will go in there and change the web sites I do not condone. This keeps them safe, as well as my computer, which is truly a family computer.

Norton Internet Security will automatically search the internet daily for virus updates, and it is important to install these updates as they come in. Those virus protection updates are free with your yearly subscription fee, and are extremely helpful to safeguard your computer.…

Firewalls and Internet Security – Your First Defense

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Firewalls and Internet Security - Your First Defense

Firewalls and Internet Security - Your First DefenseInternet security is a growing concern for the average user. It seems like the Internet is full of viruses and worms – you may even have had to deal with some yourself. A computer is an important tool, an investment worth taking care of. Let’s look at some basic security concepts and their importance in everyday computing.

What is a port?

Much like a harbor is a safe haven for ships, a port is a place where information can enter and leave your computer. Firewalls are the harbors that shelter these ports and allow traffic. Ports are not physical openings; they are doorways that can be opened and closed. Data from networks comes through these ports and interacts with your computer.

Why does it matter?

If every port was open on a computer, you would have no control over what information is received by your computer. It’s not wise to leave your front door wide opened and unlocked, so why should you treat your computer differently? Firewalls can be configured to filter outgoing traffic as well, effectively blocking access to sites and providing a parental control over Internet access.

What’s a firewall?

Your first and foremost defense from the outside world is to do the obvious: close doorways. If someone was breaking into your house, you’d close the door – and lock it too. Firewalls can do this by ‘closing’ ports. If a port is closed, it receives no traffic. Firewalls also filter the data coming through. You may open your door for a neighbor, but not for a someone who looks suspicious or dangerous.

What is a ‘stealth’ port?

When a port receives data, in can optionally send data back. This information is often useful, showing the user what service is running for that port. It’s the equivalent of having ‘The Smiths’ printed on your door. If a port is in ‘stealth’ mode, it won’t send any information back. The potential burglar may leave non-the-wiser. This is commonly referred to a ‘filtered’ port because it ‘filters’ traffic.

Where and How can I get a firewall?

Many programs exist to setup your firewall for you, with handy graphical interfaces that let you set limits on who you send information to (and who you receive it from). It’s likely that a firewall came with your operating system, such as the popular “iptables” for Linux. Firewalls can be software on your operating system or embedded in hardware…

What is Internet Link Load Balancing and Link Load Balancer

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What is Internet Link Load Balancing and Link Load Balancer

What is Internet Link Load Balancing and Link Load Balancer

Large enterprises use more than one link to direct customers to a service or a website. More than one link is used to prevent disruption in service due to a failure on the part of the ISP (Internet Service Provider). Link load balancing helps these enterprises utilize the different backup links in their full capacity. This not only increases the reliability but also improves the overall access to the website.

Why is Link Load Balancing Important For Enterprises

Large enterprises that cannot allow access to the business services, to go down at any point of time, use more than one link and more than one internet service provider for this purpose to connect to the internet. Multiple internet service provider links help the enterprise to have a backup link in case of the failure of one of the links connecting the internal network of the enterprise to the internet.

When not in use, a backup link is mostly idle, i.e., the backup link is not fully utilized by the enterprise. Link load balancing technology is used by a load balancing appliance called the link load balancer which manages the different links connecting the internal network of the enterprise with the internet.

 

What is Link Load Balancing Technology

As discussed above, enterprises use more than one ISP link to connect the internal network to the internet or an external network. A link load balancing mechanism allows the enterprise to aggregate the bandwidth capacities of all these links and distributes the traffic on all available links.

The point to note is that all the links that connect to the internet are individually capable of handling the traffic. The purpose is to eliminate the risk of a single point of failure. When several links connect the internal network to the internet, and even when one of them fails, a link balancer simply diverts all traffic from the failed link to the one that is functioning well.

How do Link Load Balancing and Link Load Balancer Function

A link load balancer is placed between the enterprise internal network and the different links that connect to the internet through various internet service providers. The link load balancing device allows the use of all the possible links to connect through the internet. When a new request is registered, the link balancer simply diverts the request to the link that has lesser traffic thereby allowing greater bandwidth.

Link balancer also check for the health of the links. They try to divert traffic to the link that is seen in better health. The most advanced balancer use end to end checking of health by determining the response time of the link. This helps them to divert the bulk of the traffic to the most healthy links and ask for maintenance of the unhealthy link.

Link Load Balancing Advantages

There are various advantages that are associated with link load balancing. A server may receive unprecedented requests for a service, that may well exceed the bandwidth of a single link, resulting in possible failure of the link and hence a disruption in the service. Also, the requirement of a 24*7 access to services compel enterprises to prevent any loss in communication.

Link load balancing helps against these threats. While it fairly increases the reliability of the system, it also increases the bandwidth provided for the services.…

Lonely Meerkats Find Love Through the Internet

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Meerkats are very much in the news just now. It seems the world hasn’t had enough of them. Following on from the UK’s unlikely advertising phenomenon, the animatronic meerkat Alexander whose catchphrase, ‘seemples’, has swept the country, comes the story of Lilly, the lonely meerkat and her very modern search for romance.

Modern Romance: Lilly the Meerkat Seeks Love

Lilly lives at Twinlakes Family Theme Park in Leicestershire. When she was left without a mate after an arrangement to bring in a companion fell through, the park’s owners took what appeared to be, in this age of modern communications, the obvious step: they tried online dating. And as there aren’t that many dating sites for meerkats – or any other animals – they had to set up their own.

Meerkat Match proved an instant hit, attracting an estimated 74,000 hits in only a month (Belfast Telegraph). The story was covered worldwide and Lilly even acquired her own Facebook page on which she begged viewers to ‘visit ww.meerkatmatch.com and post something nice on my blog?! Its in aid of finding me true love!’.

Modern methodology paid off: on 27 April 2010 she changed her status and the world learned that ‘Lonely Lilly has found love’. The new beau has been named Mr Darcy in a nod to a more old-fashioned age of romance, and has settled into the park and been accepted by his prospective mate.

Online Protests: The Story of Chico the Meerkat

Lilly’s story, which has been reported round the world, is not, however, unique. In August 2008 the Los Angeles Times was reporting on the problems of Chico, another lonely meerkat. Chico was bereaved by the death of his partner, Spanky, some months before; but unlike Lilly’s owners the keepers at Los Angeles Zoo had made no attempt to find him a new friend.

 

Visitors were concerned that Chico was lonely. Although meerkats are generally gregarious creatures who live in groups of up to 30 individuals (Arkive.org), led by a dominant pair, the zoo’s owners maintained that it was perfectly possible for Chico to live happily by himself, as long as his conditions were carefully managed.

This argument didn’t go down well with the zoo’s visitors and so, almost inevitably, modern media were drafted into use. In this case an online petition was set up, calling for Chico to be found a suitable companion or else for him to be relocated to another zoo with a thriving meerkat colony. The petition eventually generated almost 4,000 signatures.

Chico’s story ended happily too, as the zoo responded positively to the online campaign and set out to find their lonely meerkat a friend. By the end of February 2009, not only did Chico have a companion called Barky, but the zoo had acquired four other young meerkats. In the end everyone was happy – Chico and Barky found each other; the zoo’s customers got more meerkats to watch – and the zoo picked up a lot of good publicity. And, just as in Lilly’ case, it was all thanks to the world wide web.…

The Internet and the Demise of Knowledge

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The Internet and the Demise of Knowledge

The Internet and the Demise of KnowledgeIt’s wonderful to have such an incredible wealth of information under one’s fingertips. Nothing brings such a feeling as using the World Wide Web; the speed of sound, the essays of George Orwell, the history of computer security: all can be found with very little effort on the Internet.

Unity of Minds Through the Internet

In bringing people together—whether it be academics, professionals, or simply friends—the Internet provides a great framework for collaboration. The collective mind is greater than the individual; forums provide professional and personal advice, instant messaging strengthens communication, and the Web acts as the biggest information resource ever seen. In the digital age, a vast goldmine of information readily available for all to use can only be a good thing. Or can it?

The Value of Information that Never Goes Away

Thirty years ago, should a musician have stumbled upon a library book teaching them several very important lessons about music, those lessons would be enthusiastically absorbed. After all, the book may have gone by tomorrow. When all that information is readily available on the Internet, though, why learn it now?

 

Wikipedia and Google: Research Skills?

A growing source of concern for university lecturers is the citing of Wikipedia in essays and dissertations. Either students do not realise that this isn’t a reliable source of information, or they don’t think it’s worth finding a back-up source; the Internet is either making students ignorant or lazy. It is barely worth pondering over which is the case, as, frankly, each is as bad as the other.

In good academic research, the Internet is now an invaluable tool. Sites such as Compendex, Nature, and SpringerLink have search tools that save a lifetime of manual searching. The problem is that Google can perform a partially adequate job all on its own.

Are future generations going to be able to find items in libraries or supermarkets without the help of Google? Do we really want to foster a society dependant on an ethically-sketchy, personal-data-and-money-obsessed organisation that seems hell-bent on knowing where we are and what we’re doing 24 hours a day? Hopefully not.

All these problems seem to be compounded by the fact that the Internet is slowly killing off books [1]. Borders (UK) Ltd. recently went into administration, and the high-street bookstore is becoming a rare commodity [2]. The Internet takes a stronger influence on our lives by the day. It’s still true that society controls the Internet, but this will not be the case forever; perhaps we should stop and think about what we’re doing before it knows more than we do.…

Internet Organizers–Helpful Tools: Frequented Sites Internet Tools

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Internet Organizers--Helpful Tools: Frequented Sites Internet Tools

There are many tools that can be used to organize your online experience. This article focuses on a handful of free online resources, and tips for using pen and paper. Using strategies to better manage time online will lead to more productivity.

Choosing Tools

Which tools or mix of resources you choose to help organize your online experience depend on your specific browsing habits. For example, some internet activities include social networking, information gathering, banking, shopping, blogging, gaming, dating, and business building. Consider personal preference. Some may prefer notebook and pen,

The Challenges of Keeping Track

Membership sites encourage members to create unique passwords and usernames. Online merchants also often require consumers to create usernames and passwords. Remembering all of these can be a challenge. Paid membership sites add one more item to keep track of in your personal and business bookkeeping. Social networking sites are proliferating and invitations to connect with friends on other social networks can become overwhelming. Writers, teachers and other professionals may work on more than one computer and may inadvertently create multiple versions of the same document. Sometimes finding a blogger again whose writing resonated with you may become difficult.

The Challenges of Keeping On-Track

Have you ever spent time doing research only to find yourself way off track? You don’t remember how you arrived at a particular website, and your computer’s cache doesn’t seem to be very helpful at getting you back to where you started. At the end of the day you might think you are more like the little child in the Family Circus comic strip that wandered all over the house and yard before doing the small errand his parents asked.

Internet Tools

(Later in this article you will find suggestions for using paper and pen as a strategy for some internet organizing tasks.) There are many free internet tools. Before purchasing software, search to see if you can find a free version. Here are just a few helpful internet organizers:

 

  • Password Management: Consider Password Safe for keeping track of passwords. They have a free open source version for keeping track of all of your passwords with one master password.
  • Writers and professionals might want to check out Dropbox. Install Dropbox on all of your computers. Upload documents directly into Dropbox on your desk top. The contents of Dropbox are updated online. You can access documents from any computer, or phone. Files are backed up on the Dropbox website so if all of your computers get a virus, you would not lose your files. You can share files with others using Dropbox. Dropbox is free up to a certain amount of storage.
  • To keep track and help you gather information in an organized way, consider Springpadit. Springpadit is free. You can create a personal space to clip and add anything you find. You can organize content, and make it available to others on Springpadit. There are apps such as weekly meal planner and notebook apps. Notebook App is versatile and allows you to create tabs and pages to keep notes and links in. You can keep anything you want private or make certain things available to others on Springpadit.
  • RSS feeds are a simple way to keep track of blogs and news sites you want to read on a regular basis. It’s a way to access all of your blogs and news in one place.
  • A very special way of keeping all of your internet activity in one place is Netvibes. All of the organizing tools listed here can be combined on Netvibes. Create tabs for different categories of internet activity. For example, create a tab for all of your social networking, and tabs for categories that are unique to you. Social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter will keep you signed in on netvibes so you can see comments all on one page. Place a to-do list to check off. Create or find a widget for everything you do online. For example, Netvibes has a widget for Dropbox, many social networking sites, and RSS feeds. Create a tab for your online banking and shopping.

Paper and Pen Strategies

Some people might prefer to find paper and pen strategies for staying organized. Although it is a little more labor-intensive, keeping track of your online activities could make your online experience more productive. Here are some tips for paper and pen:

  • Possible supplies: a timer, a special online notebook, pens of different colors, highlighters and/or colored pencils.
  • Jot down your goals, ideas or questions you are searching for in one color.
  • Use a second color to revise your question or totally change it.
  • Jot down websites you may want to return to. Write only the beginning of the URL. Later, when you go back to the site, you can type in the beginning of the URL and your history should bring up the rest of the URL.
  • Put stars, or highlight anything special.
  • When you are going off on a tangent, use the timer. Give yourself a time limit.
  • Draw a vertical line down each page in your notebook. On one side, keep track of where you go and which things to return to. On the other side, write new questions, new searches you want to pursue, and thoughts and ideas you get along the way.
  • On the last page of your notebook or on the back of it, keep passwords and usernames. Keep your notebook in a safe place.
  • If there are specific sites you visit regularly, create a list.

Putting it All Together

To get started with organizational changes, try using one new idea per day. Open a Netvibes account one day. Spend a few days organizing your tabs. Begin adding widgets; register for RSS feeds; Dropbox if needed; and other tools. Decide on an option for remembering usernames and passwords. Don’t forget you can also use paper, pen and timer to get started. If you find other useful tools, be sure to come back and share what you’ve found!…

Internet-Based Support for Mothers: How New Mothers Can Find Support and Information Online

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Internet-Based Support for Mothers: How New Mothers Can Find Support and Information Online

 

New mothers need support which their immediate family and friends are often unable to provide. In today’s increasingly fragmented society, the internet plays an important role in linking mothers with each other, giving them access to information, support and a vehicle for expressing opinions and issues.

New Motherhood: Difficult Emotions

Becoming a new mother can change your social world beyond recognition, especially if you have no friends with babies. Your partner may not necessarily understand, while relatives are often full of well-meaning but confusing advice. There is a tendency for everyone around the new mother to focus exclusively on the baby, which can be experienced as a loss of identity: suddenly, you are ‘just’ a mother, and all the other parts of you are ‘on the back burner’.

Our society has become increasingly isolated. Nuclear families, and often single-parent families, replace extended families and all the support that can bring. Without such help, parenting can feel like a heavy burden.

Parenting Books: Help or Hindrance?

This is where the parenting book industry steps in. Unfortunately, many of these books can have the effect of inducing confusion and self-doubt. No book can know every individual baby, and when mothers take the advice as gospel, the result can be unrealistic expectations, frustration and disappointment. If baby isn’t sleeping through the night by three months or conforming to a routine of naps and feeding times, mothers can feel like a failure.

Support Groups

Mother and baby groups can certainly be a welcome source of community support, but they can be competitive. Not everyone can get to them regularly, and not all mothers enjoy group situations.

The Internet as a Life-Line

In today’s increasingly rushed world, the internet has come to play a key role in our social lives. For a mother who is short of time and often in the home for long periods, this is a life-line. Typing can be done one-handed while holding a sleeping baby, and responses to posts are often more rapid than waiting for a friend to pick up the phone. The internet can, of course, also provide a way of finding out what groups and services are available in one’s area.

Forums for Moms

Forums provide an avenue for discussion about a huge variety of parenting topics. Forums are like ‘chat boards’ where, using an online pseudonym, moms can talk to each other. There are forums for expectant moms, new moms, and for parents who share particular philosophies of parenting – for example, Mothering supports ‘natural’ parenting. These forums give mothers all the options and information on everything from nappies to breastfeeding, to going back to work and childcare issues.

The Anonymous Factor

The anonymity of these forums can make mothers feel safe to share socially unacceptable things such as feeling angry at their ever-crying baby or feeling put off their partner. There is open discussion of potentially controversial parenting methods such as co-sleeping and extended breastfeeding (e.g. Kellymom), which will rarely be mentioned by a doctor or health visitor. Links to other sites with more information, are provided.

Empowering Choices

The internet is a wonderful tool for breaking the isolation that so many new mothers feel. While it can never replace an extended ‘tribe’, it gives mothers the opportunity to make more empowered choices, as well as to express their feelings and receive advice about a variety of issues.…

Internet Fax Provider Comparison

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Internet Fax Provider Comparison

Internet Fax Provider ComparisonIn the ‘old days’, sending faxes or receiving faxes meant desktop sized clunky machines that smelled of burning ink and sounded like a printing press. Today, internet faxing (also referred to as online fax service, email fax service, online faxing or efax), is becoming more and more main stream as companies look to cut costs and become more eco-friendly. Typically costing a fraction of the price of traditional fax methods, internet faxing is just too good a deal for most to pass up. Best of all, it’s secure.

Why Choose Internet Faxing

Setting aside cost factors for a moment, internet faxing means no more having to deal with paper. Faxes arrive just like an email allowing you to view and store your faxes without having to kill any trees. No more having to deal with paper jams, toner cartridges, busy signals or additional wires running to more machines which take up more space on the desk. Since internet faxing means being able to send and receive faxes from your email account, efaxes are mobile. Send faxes and receives faxes from anywhere and on any device able to access your email.

Referring back to the cost, there’s just no comparison. Internet faxing is literally so cost effective that any business, no matter how small, can now afford to send and receive faxes just about anywhere in the world. Let’s take a look at a couple of the more well known providers and their basic or introductory offers (in alphabetical order).

eFax

Owned by j2 Global Communications, eFax provides a 30 day trial for new customers during which you can send up to 100 outbound and receive up to 200 inbound fax pages. After the trial period, the monthly fee is $12.49 includes a fax number and up to 200 inbound faxes pages. Sending outbound faxes will cost $0.13 per page for faxes taking less than 60 seconds to complete. eFax offers service in multiple languages and currencies, offers service in 46 countries and boasts 11 million customers.

FaxAge

FaxAge, owned by EC Data Systems Inc is an 8-year old company offering internet fax service in Canada and The United States. FaxAge has no displayed discount offer for new customers but does boast 10 different plans designed to suit businesses of all sizes. FaxAge’s ‘Professional’ plan costs $7.95 per month and includes 150 inbound and 150 outbound fax pages. There is a one-time setup fee of $5.00 and a fax number will cost $8.49 a month.

 

myfax

First launched in 1997, myfax is owned by Protus IP Solutions and offers global faxing solutions. New customers will enjoy a 30-day trial period that includes 200 inbound and 100 outbound faxes and the ability to share a single fax number with up to 5 email addresses. Myfax offers 3 prices plans for personal and small business as well as customized discounted plans to large corporations. At only $10 per month (or $110/year), their basic plan includes all feature included in the trial offer plus a fax number, free setup and 1-year of online fax storage.

RapidFax

Owned by Rapid On Call Inc, RapidFax is geared to offer the best dollar value to American customers. A 30-day trial offer includes all the features that their only listed price plan includes; 300 inbound or outbound fax pages (available to only USA clients). There is no setup fee, includes a fax number and costs $9.95 per month.

RingCentral

Offering service in Canada, United Kingdome and The United States, new customers can take advantage of a 30-day trial offer within all 3 of their price plans. Their basic plan costs $7.99 a month (or $6.39/month when committing to 1-year of service), includes a fax number and 300 total inbound or outbound fax pages. There is no setup fee and RingCentral is currently offering a 20% discount on their basic Fax300 plan.

There are of course many more internet fax providers out there, though we simply cannot list them all. Hopefully there is enough basic information provided within this article to point you in the right direction towards finding an internet fax provider which suits your needs. Keep in mind that the cheapest price isn’t always the best deciding factor. Consider what your present and future needs will be, then ask questions and get straight answers. The last thing you would want is to find out your internet fax provider isn’t right for you, but that you’ve committed to a 1-year contract.…