Last Updated: Sep 24, 2020
NZBNation allows its users to download NZB files, RARs, and NFOs while enjoying free and easy to register accounts.
Since 2008, NZBNation is providing us a clean layout for posting and searching NZBs, RARs, and NFO files. They also accept requests from its two types of accounts, but unfortunately, the paid account is not accessible and temporary unavailable at the moment, making free account users short with the free NZBs and search limits.
NZBNation lets you control your searches in Usenet and newsgroup content while giving us zero advertisements and no download limit indexer.
It has an advanced searching, bookmarks, unlimited PMs and the website does not need an invite to navigate the website.
There are two membership levels for NZBNation- the Free and Paid.
|Account||NZBs per day||Retention||Features||Price|
|Free||15||25 days||Forum, NZB search||N/A|
|Premium||Unlimited||240 days||Forum, NZB, RAR, and NFO searches||$12.00/ year|
Both plans are free to submit and request files that are not present on the website. If you want to upgrade your account to a premium, NZBNation accepts Paypal as a mode of payment.
Retention of binary ranges from 25 days for a free account to 240 days for a paid account, which is quite low for someone investing for a provider. This is one of the lacking features of NZBNation.
The layout is easy to navigate, especially for a premium account. With the help of the advanced filtering of the search engine, the user can easily get the customized results they want.
NZBNation is also easy on the eye platform. With its plain blue and white interface, users will feel rested while browsing.
The website does not mention any secured and encryption details embodying the website. It also does not accept other payment methods aside from Paypal, which makes its users hesitant to use compare to cryptocurrencies.
Unlike many other top NZB sites, NZBNation does not use automated indexing. Instead, it has a custom system. Integration with other software is missing, and APIs for this system is not possible. Search results are also not that updated, resulting sometimes from zero-result even it is expected to give a lot.
NZBNation has some great features. It has an easy-to-use interface, free file requests from a forum-type system, and you can enjoy 15 NZBs per day for a free account. But with the absence of a paid service to offer the best and most useful features, its users make it hard to recommend it. It falls shorts in some major areas like integration and security. Overall, we believe in NZBNation’s years of expertise, and we would love to hear from them again once they’re back in service.