Whether you're shipping a package, sending a letter or signing up for a cell phone, you'll find guidance-and tips on how to save money-on the Web. And don't forget that the Net can be the smartest way to send and get faxes, too.
Wireless Dimension (http://www.wirelessdimension.com) This site offers tools that provide instant comparisons of cell phone deals.
SmartShip (http://www.smartship.com) This site lets you compare the costs of shipping a package via FedEx, UPS, Airborne Express and the U.S. Postal Service. And, once the package is shipped, SmartShip lets you track it. A handy ZIP code finder is also featured.
TeleWorth (http://www.teleworth.com) Here you'll find a swift way to compare long-distance telephone providers. Are you getting the best deal? Check this site, and you'll know. Inputting the required data can be cumbersome (have a recent phone bill handy), but the money-saving comparisons ought to justify your efforts.
JFAX (http://www.jfax.net) You can get a second phone number-for faxes, voice messages or both-for $12.50 per month plus a one-time $15 setup fee. JFAX also provides discount Internet faxing services.
MySoftware's Mail Tips (http://www.mysoftware.com/mailtips/index1.htm) Its goal is to save you money and time when you send "snail mail," especially bulk mailings.