MILFORD, Conn. — SkyMira LLC, a global wireless communication solution provider, has announced the launch of Sky~Fax, a new digital fax service. Company officials say they are poised to do for faxing what cell phones have done for telephone communication: afford the convenience of anywhere fax access and capability.
Unlike traditional analog faxing where access to a landline phone is necessary, Sky~Fax is designed to send and receive faxes through any Internet connection, including satellite, cellular and WiFi.
Officials say that unlike eFax and MyFax, which require knowledge of document scanning and email attaching, Sky~Fax enables faxing the old-fashioned way, with the traditional “dial the phone number then hit the send button.”
Sky~Fax also contains built-in “Store and Forward” capability which stores faxes for later sending when drivers find themselves in areas with spotty cellular coverage. Once the cellular signal improves to a functional level, Sky~Fax will then automatically connect to the network and send the waiting fax. At the same time, it will check for any inbound faxes that might be awaiting the trucker’s attention.
“Since our inception, we’ve received dozens of requests from trucking owner-operators for a reliable, easy-to-use fax service,” said SkyMira spokesperson, Bob Landsfield. “We’re excited to now be able to accommodate them.”
For more information on Sky~Fax, call (866) 521-0540 or email Landsfield.email@example.com.
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