You are paying for a dedicated phone line, fax machine upkeep, and paper and ink supplies. But you want to keep your fax number, and the process (you think) is a pain. Just know that it isn’t hard at all and here is how to do it quickly and easily.
You keep meaning to do it, but it seems like a hassle. Yes, getting rid of the old fax machine.
You are responsible for the expenses associated with a dedicated telephone line, maintaining a fax machine, and purchasing paper and ink. However, if you wish to retain your fax number, you may think the process troublesome. Rest assured, it is actually quite simple and effortless. This post will guide you through the quick and easy steps.
But you want to keep your fax number, and the process (you think) is a pain. Just know that it isn’t hard at all and here is how to do it quickly and easily.
You will pick a new fax number but let’s not get hung up on that. We will port your number next so that new number you pick will just be a placeholder.
Now, let’s test if your number is portable. Some providers make it difficult to port out your number. Using our quick check tool allows you to get an instant answer. Click here to check your fax number’s portability.
Ok, Let’s assume it’s portable. Now all you need to do is fill out the porting form.
Once we get your form, we’ll begin porting your number. You can still use the new number you just signed up with to test it but once the port is complete, you will get all your hard faxes in digital PDF format delivered to your inbox. No more paper jams, paper expense or missed faxes. No more busy signals.
Porting is not as hard are you might think. You just need to have your billing information handy and fill out a basic form. It’s easy and it will save you hundreds of dollars in telephone line costs a year.
So cut the cord and sign up with digital fax today!
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