JFAX Personal Telecom, the service that lets users send and receive faxes and voicemail over the Net, is planning to install servers in another 60 cities by the end of 1997. The accelerated rollout means that JFAX will serve over 80 major cities worldwide.
The JFAX Personal Telecom service provides subscribers with an exclusive phone number in the city of their choice to which fax and voicemail can be sent. JFAX automatically forwards these messages to the subscriber's email address, where they can be read and listened to offline using the JFAX software.
The software can be downloaded free from the Web site. JFAX numbers are available internationally for a one-off connection charge of #9.00 and #8.00 a month thereafter - cheaper than an additional phone line. The first 100 fax pages are free, additional pages cost 15p each.
Last year, BT awarded JFAX Personal Telecom its annual Technology Award.
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