Luckily, getting these cool gadgets doesn’t always cost an arm and a leg, if you could wait a little. I got my HTC Diamond™ PDA phone for $100 less on eBay, and Kindle 2™ for $50 less than listed price on Amazon. Yeah I splurge on gadgets, but I always keep bargains in mind.
So when it comes to service subscription, I also go for good deals. If you are a bargain hunter like me, read on.
Faxing over the machine is almost a thing of the past, but some people and businesses still insist on the fax medium, for security reasons (sender's view, of course) or probably force of habit? Regardless, technology should serve the purpose of bettering our everyday lives. So since I have a few business contacts outside of OneSuite that always prefer fax than emails, I decided to subscribe to a personal Internet fax number and try our own OneSuite Fax Basic. It is this unlimited fax-to-email service for $1 a month. Although I don’t need unlimited service because I only expect about 15 to 20 pages a week, on second thought, this is really a great deal since:
- The charge is fixed at $1 per month;
- No second guessing of what’s going to be on my bill every month;
- Saves me time, money and paper;
- Clearly getting an unlimited service is cheaper versus those plans with allotted page numbers that charge $5 per month or more;
- I love the convenience of getting my faxes wherever I am.
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This is a no-brainer. One dollar does go a long way, and I would recommend this service to anyone. The coolest thing of all this though, is the notion that I am saving trees by cutting paper usage. Also, I can finally stop wasting paper and cartridge for printing all the junk faxes. Good trade!