A pay-per-use online fax service is an easy way to send faxes without having to pay monthly bills. It simply lets you send your fax directly from your computer with just a little information about the recipient.
Also called pay-as-you-go fax service, it is usually very cheap compared to the alternatives of:
- Finding and using a fax machine at your local print shop
- Finding and using a fax machine at a nearby business center
- Using a subscription-based online fax service.
You can send as many faxes as you need, usually for around a dollar per fax. This feature makes it perfect for those who don’t have a fax machine or those who only require such services on irregular occasions and don’t want to commit to a subscription.
This pricing mode is especially good for people who just need to quickly send documents to companies, banks, and government offices domestically or internationally.
faxbeep.com is a pay-per-use service, which will let you send faxes to any destination worldwide, and only charge you for the number of pages you actually send. In fact, if your fax has multiple pages, and some or all of those pages fail to go through, faxbeep will only charge you for successfully-transmitted pages.
How to use the pay-per-use online fax service?
The first step is to visit faxbeep.com. There is no need to create an account. Scroll down to the web fax form.
Simply fill in the recipient details and upload your document(s). faxbeep supports most of the popular file types you’re likely to need. Most people upload a PDF document, which can include multiple pages.
You can also opt to attach a cover sheet to your fax. If you do, you’ll need to enter some details about the recipient so that these can be printed on the cover sheet.
You then get an opportunity to preview your fax before paying for it and sending it.
What happens after sending the fax?
Once the fax has completed – either by being sent successfully or by failing after multiple attempts - you will be sent a confirmation email telling what the result was. A confirmation of a successful fax is like a receipt issued by the receiving fax machine saying “I received all pages correctly”.