Is pamfax the cheapest 'pay as you go' fax service website available

Pamfax works with skype for faxing their rates are 0.17 euro - 12p per page to UK and some other countries. Now using a BT telephone line and a dial up modem - if the document is 3 pages long which should still take under 1 minute would cost 5.5p compared to 36p for this service -

SO i was wondering if there is a cheaper pay as you go (not monthly) fax service
nathan1038Asked:
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David-HowardCommented:
This URL has fax FAQ's as well as free listed services.
http://www.savetz.com/fax/
This site is listed as a "true" free fax option. No trial, no hidden fees, etc.
http://www.tpc.int/sendfax.html
I wasn't able to locate a pay as you go site that would be beneficial to more than four or five faxes in one month. Some of the pay as you go sites are charging up to $1.99 per fax. At that rate you could spend $10.00 a month for a dedicated number and fax line.
I hope this helps out.
David
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nathan1038Author Commented:
Hi david - as said pamfax offers a pay as you go ( as in you pay for credit e.g. 5 pounds / dollars ) and then use up the credit and depening on where you are sending your fax its as low as 0.17 euro's per page - as for a free service -  I didnt think this kind of thing can be done for free - I am refering to seing a fax to an actual fax machine and have it print out - not just sending to an email address - or else you might as well just send an email.

so although the link is useful  - do you know of any actual free services as I am refering to
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