Usenet.net Giving Up The Goods For 50% Off

Usenet.net, one of our best and most trusted old school Usenet providers, has announced that they are having a 50% off discount for their new members. For a limited time, you can get their Usenet service for just $9.99 instead of the regular $19.99 monthly cost. And this isn’t a watered down account, it has all the bells and whistles they usually afford to the full priced accounts…and the discount will last for the life of the account. As long as you pay your monthly fee, you can get the service for $9.99.

Usenet.net – Some Of The Details

For the last 8 years Usenet.net has built a reputation of reliability and trustworthiness. Presently they enjoy a reputation that very few old school providers have. The retention, security, and speeds keeps the competition on their toes. Here are a few of the more pertinent details on Usenet.net:

  • Trial Account: With an authorized account, you will get 5 days and 10 GB free to decide if you want to stay with them.
  • Retention: At 1,274 days of binary, and 3,154 days of text retention they are up there with the best of the competition.
  • Concurrent Connections: Up to 30 simultaneous connections are allowed…more than enough to max out most ISP’s.
  • Security: Your security is no joke with Usenet.net. 256 bit SSL comes free with this account, and you information is never shared with anyone else.
  • Servers: They have servers in the Netherlands, U.S., and Hong Kong…no proximity problems here.
  • Newsgroups: 120,000 and counting. You could never check out all the groups, but you can surely find something to your liking.

Old School Values

Dependability. Fast, smart support. Customer satisfaction. Usenet.net regards all these things are at the top of their list of priorities. Their support staff are highly experienced and always available…24/7 you will be able to get the answers you need to address any situation whether technical or account related. And with their battery of servers you will never have problems with speed, or down time. Check them out, if you would like a more detailed account of their offerings you can get the full monte in our Usenet.net Review.

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