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SRFax vs Sunrocket
Compare SRFax vs Sunrocket. Find out whether SRFax or Sunrocket is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of SRFax and Sunrocket and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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SRFax offers a fast, cost effective and reliable way of sending or receiving faxes via email. Plans start at $6.95 per month for 50 outgoing and 100 incoming faxes. The Small Business Plan for $15.95/month allots 200 outgoing and 500 incoming...
Sunrocket was a VoIP provider that went out of business in 2007. Many VoIP companies reached out to former Sunrocket customers, which, at the time, was an up-and-coming VoIP provider.
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- Founder Year: 2004
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Recent User Reviews
I have been with eFax and myFax, which by the way are owned by the same company. My usage is very low (10-20 pages per month.) I have been paying $10 a month to myFax for all these years. I probably would have continued with the service, but lately, I started receiving a lot of junk faxes. They refused to do anything about it. Spam reporting option was taken out. Cancelling the service was 30 minutes excruciating process. So, I finally I landed up with SRFAX. I am paying less and I couldn't be more pleased with the interface. There is a price option available for all budgets.
Poor customer service, which is slow to respond and does not know your situation. I don't think they keep track of issues so when you call or email, the next service person doesn't have any idea so you have to explain things over and over again with each different representative.
Had Sunrocket up until the D-Day, the day of sudden closure. Switched immediately to Voip.com, which was a bad service, then to Voipo.com (with an 'o') in March 2010 to where I am today as of November 2012.