The service went live recently and TelOne is offering it for free. Users can access it on www.zimfax.com, and on this page they can create their own fax – email account.
From the looks of things, TelOne, which has turned into an internet company first, and in the process worked on more than a fair share of new products this year, is using this value added service to engage with the quotient of its clientele that still uses fax services regularly while maintaining a service that might not necessarily have as much appeal these days as other broadband-related services.
These faithful-to-old-tech users are corporate and Government related clients who offer strong contributions to revenue. An add-on service, though free, would likely be included as a tool for convenience, particularly in specific industries where fax bears some relevance.
It’s another bonus to slap on in a market where enterprise clients are being wooed by all things from Fibre services and voice products that manage costs, to backup solutions that TelOne doesn’t have a foot in as well.
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