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|Fax.ng: Spearheading Nigeria's Online Fax Revolution by stagger: 5:42pm On Jun 06, 2016|
Online Fax Services in Nigeria
Online fax services are only a few years old in Nigeria and don’t seem to have caught on. Many people must have heard of, or at least used the fax services of yesteryears. With the advent of the internet, fax services seem to have taken a backseat. But rather than simply die off into the annals of communication history, fax services are staging a comeback in the form of the internet fax service.
Just like Skype and other softphone/VoIP companies have enabled communication over the internet between PCs and phones, so also fax services have been reborn and can now be used over the Internet.
It is now possible to send fax online as well as receive fax by email. There is no need to buy expensive fax machines to send fax online. You can send fax and receive fax by email. If you are a business person and you want to have other methods of communication at your disposal, you need to consider online fax services.
The online fax landscape in Nigeria is about to be changed by the entry of Fax.ng, a cloud fax service in Nigeria. Scheduled for launch sometime late 2016, Fax.ng will offer affordable email to fax services and will enable sending of online fax messages via email, using your tablet, smartphone and PCs.
This is what you can expect from Fax.ng:
a) A responsive mobile app-based online fax service.
b) Cloud fax service which will enable you to send documents and files from your cloud storage systems using online fax.
c) Easy and seamless file-sharing, thus eliminating the need to send bulky files by email.
d) Electronic signing and faxing of documents and many more.
Watch out for Fax.ng’s online fax services in 2016.
|Re: Fax.ng: Spearheading Nigeria's Online Fax Revolution by JohnNgene: 12:50pm On Jun 21, 2016|
I'm not trying to put sand-sand in your garri but this idea has a low possibility of succeeding in Nigeria.
1) Nigerians are already used to sending files via email.
2) Your idea only looks like an unnecessary middleman between the already common sender-email-receiver chain.
I came here only because of your excellently simple explanation of the CBN's naira float policy. Please consider going into perhaps financial-blogging i.e. making all these economic/financial jargons easier for the common man to understand. Thank you in advance for heeding my advice sir. Lol.
|Re: Fax.ng: Spearheading Nigeria's Online Fax Revolution by MisterMan(m): 6:32pm On Jun 27, 2016|
JohnNgene:Exactly the same reason why I checked his posts. His explanation about the INTERBANK rate was right on point. I also concur about writing more on Financials. That is where I think his strength lies
|Re: Fax.ng: Spearheading Nigeria's Online Fax Revolution by Prince4945(m): 8:14pm On Apr 07, 2018|
Hello Sir , I sent you an email but I haven't got a reply , sent it on March 31st....
I know you are not obliged to reply me, but a reply at least would be very much appreciated ..
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