UseNeXT Software – Reliable Downloading with Speed!

January 9, 2013

UseNeXT with its remarkable features have grasped the position of leading and highly functional providers of Usenet. In simple words, UseNeXT gives an ad-free contact to above 2,500 terabytes of the data. It also offers an unbelievably fast access to about 60,000 Usenet discussion boards including the data and newsgroups. There is almost 6,000 Gigabytes […]

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Easynews upgrades usenet retention to 1450 days [free trial available]

August 9, 2012

Easynews just announced that they have upgraded retention on its NNTP-based Usenet service from 1330 days to a full 1450 days with a sustained completion rate of 99%+. This upgrade benefits all new and existing subscribers at no added cost. Retention for the Easynews web-based Usenet service, also available with all Easynews plans, remains at […]

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Newshosting updates to 1300 days of retention (Usenet provider)

March 9, 2012

Newshosting, the recognized leader in Usenet newsgroup access, today announced a new record upon reaching 1300 days of retention. This enhancement comes at no additional cost for all Newshosting customers. Yay! As the original “social network,” Usenet enables you to exchange ideas globally using text discussion groups. Newshosting’s 1300 days of retention and daily growth […]

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“Usenet” – What it is, Benefits & Free trial!

February 7, 2012

The Usenet was developed at the University of North Carolina in the year 1979 by students Tom Truscott, Jim Ellis and Steve Bellovin. It is a global network of commercial grade servers wherein members can post and download messages as well as files to more than 100,000 themed discussion groups called “newsgroups”. The so called “binary newsgroups” are […]

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Usenet – Great History and even better Future?

December 30, 2011

In the year 2011 the WorldWideWeb celebrated its 21st Birthday, not with a big bang, but many people will remember the start of the WWW in 1990. 21 years is an impressive age in a time where computers are getting thinner and lighter every year and Smartphones are more powerful than most of the computers […]

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MPAA to block Newzbin 2 access with Cleanfeed content blocking system?

June 30, 2011

Newzbin is an indexing site, kinda like Google, where you can download so-called “NZB” files that contains information about which files your newsreader client must download from the binary usenet groups, in order to magically make data appear understandable, be it a movie, tv show, a linux distribution – whatever it might be, legal or […]

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Easynews – the new & easy approach to usenet

April 20, 2011

Easynews offers a simple and straightforward solution for accessing literally petabytes of audio, video, image and text files posted to over 100,000 topic-specific groups (more specifically called “newsgroups”).  Plans range from $9.98/month for 20 gigs of downloads to $29.94 for 150 gigs of downloads.  They are also offering a 14 day/10 gig free trial (you […]

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Newshosting Launches Best Usenet Deal Ever

January 22, 2011

Just a quick note to you usernet wannabe users out there, Newshosting just released the world’s best deal on unlimited Usenet access: $9.99/month for life or $99.99/year for life The Newshosting Unlimited special offer comes with all you could ever want from a premium Usenet provider: Unlimited Downloads Unlimited Speed Free SSL Encryption 30 Connections […]

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Easynews Launches New Web-based Usenet Search Interface

October 30, 2010

Press release: EASYNEWS.COM, the world’s original and one-of-a-kind browser-based Usenet newsgroup provider, today announced the launch of its brand new web-based Usenet search interface. This new interface is much more than just a shiny new coat of paint: It’s a cleaner, faster, more effective search tool. It provides easier searches and displays search results in […]

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What is the Usenet actually?

October 7, 2010

The Usenet existed even before the world wide web. In 1980 Duke university graduates Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis established the Unix User Network, which later was named simply the Usenet. It is a globlal electronic network which consists of Newgroups dedicated to certain topics. Those newsgroups divide the Usenet and its content into main […]

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Newshosting Upgrades Binary Retention to 650 Days

September 1, 2010

Press Release: ASHBURN, Va., August 30 — NEWSHOSTING.COM, the world’s leading provider of premium Usenet newsgroup service, today announced that it has upgraded retention across all of its 107,000+ newsgroups to 650 days. This upgrade comes at no added cost to Newshosting subscribers. Newsgroup retention rates indicate the length of time that a binary or […]

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Newzbin is Back – The Best Usenet Index Site

June 2, 2010

Two weeks ago, suddenly closed down completely, after having lost in court against MPAA. Today, is back online and on servers in Sweden – but as “Newzbin 2” and with new owners. Owners, who “hacked” Newzbin some time ago to get the source code. Behind Newzbin 2 is “Team R Dogs” and their […]

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Special Usenet/Newshosting Offer – Discount For Life & Unlimited Downloads

April 25, 2010

Usenet is a very fast and secure way of downloading pretty much anything you like – but in order to get access, you need to purchase a plan from one of the usenet providers. Such a plan will often provide you with a certain amount of Gigabytes per month, connections, security etc. Right now, […]

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Newshosting Announces Halloween Launch for New Website & Video Series

November 3, 2009

Newshosting just launched a brand new website. Easier navigation, cleaner content, and a great video tutorial series!  The step-by-step videos take online visitors through the process of setting up a newsreader client to browse, download, and post to newsgroups. With lightning fast speed and unmatched retention, Newshosting provides Usenet access that is truly world class. […]

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Usenet Access Discontinued For Verizon And AT&T – Best Usenet Server Recommendation

October 5, 2009

As of September 30th, Verizon no longer provides free Usenet access to its customers and AT&T also stopped providing access as of July 15th. So if you’re based in the US and a customer of AT&T or Verizon you no longer have access to Usenet through your ISP, but don’t worry, there are alternatives… First, […]

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