FAXAGE sells both Fax Lines and Virtual Fax Numbers. The best way to understand how this works is to think of a line as being like a phone line that you would plug in to a fax machine. A virtual number is like a second number that is on the same line.
Based on the analogy above, if you send multiple faxes at the same time, then they will go out on as many fax lines as you have. For example, if you have one line, then all your faxes will wait in queue behind each other and go out on that one line one fax at a time. If you have two lines on your FAXAGE account, then faxes can go out two faxes at a time.
On the incoming side, accounts with 'Unlimited' incoming are provisioned so that only one fax at a time can come in if the account has one line. If the account has two lines, then two could come in at a time, and so forth. Accounts that do not have 'Unlimited' incoming are Never Busy on our system. Because these accounts pay by the minute for inbound (or pay by the minute after a certain number of allowed inbound minutes), we will receive as many faxes as come in at a time.
Internet Fax Pricing specifies which plan types are Never Busy and which are not.
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