New Payment Options Now Available At NewsDemon

Easier transactions will now be available to members in certain nations with the new payment options that NewsDemon recently announced. Now their payment options include virtually all of the largest of the payment providers. Anther great benefit of these new offerings is that now more forms of currency will be available for your transactions.

Places like South Africa and Australia will now be able to settle their bill without the necessity of converting their currency. The list of payment systems available to their customers will include PayPal, WorldPay, Discover, American Express Visa, and MasterCard. According to their website and the announcement, WorldPay is the service that doesn’t require conversion.

Setting your account up for the new payment option is easy. All you do is go to your plan subscription on the NewsDemon site, then select your preferred payment option while in the checkout. Forms of currency that are automatically converted using the WorldPay option include the Euro, Dollar, Pounds, Australian Dollar, and S. African Rand.

While in the checkout you can opt for the payment options to be set as default, and this should be the perfect way for a person to continuously avoid the conversion rates and fees they would otherwise incur. NewsDemon has 24/7 member support for those that run into little problems. They will be able to assist you to set up the WorldPay options.

As one of the biggest Usenet providers in the industry, NewsDemon is able to offer several levels of Usenet access. They also offer security, multiple connections, and have a massive social community to interact with and share huge amounts of data and content.

South african Usenet users can now pay as easily as their U.S. peers. And, the other credit card users will retain their former conversions. There is a more detailed account of the changes on their website along with the instructions for setting up your new payment preferences. With their service cost ranging from $8.99 up to $16.99 we’ll bet that the savings for some could be considerable over the period of a year. To stay up to date on all the latest happenings, or to send us a tweet, check us out here: @usenetreviewz.