Last Updated: May 28, 2017
BargainNewsfeeds ffers an outdated and non competitive Usenet service. Look elsewhere.
BargainNewsfeeds currently has no discounted pricing or special offers.
There is no free trial being offered by BargainNewsfeeds.
The BargainNewsfeeds has two options available; the user can choose between the Web servers and Power servers. Further, there are packages that offer unlimited downloads and packages offering 10, 25 and 50 GB per month. Let us also mention that there is an option of 2GB per day available on Power servers. The Web servers are slightly more expensive, depending on the package.
The unlimited package on the Web server costs $18.99 per 30 days and $49.99 per 90 days. For packages of 10, 25 and 50 GB, the price is $7.99, $10.99 and $16.99 respectively. If you choose the Power servers, the unlimited package costs $17.95 per 30 days and $49.95 per 90 days. For packages of 10, 25 and 50 GB, the price is $6.95, $9.95 and $16.95 respectively. Finally, lets mention the fact that the user can also choose the option that consists both from the power and web servers.
Since BargainNewsfeeds has servers located both in the USA and Europe, a wide array of content (such as music, video, pictures and other) can be accessed with great speeds no matter where the user is located. Also, because there is no speed cap, the user can download as fast as the connection will allow.
BargainNewsfeeds possesses distributed architecture with 185TB of storage. Further, they have 12 fully-redundant usenet content distribution centers, 70 gigabits per second of direct egress, self-healing SONET network, and circuits engineered to diverse central offices to the main interconnect. They use only the latest server technology, upgrading the infrastructure constantly.
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We have not tested BargainNewsfeeds at all, but reviews showed some satisfied customers with their service.
BargainNewsfeeds has an online customer service support through the Usenet Support Center page.
BargainNewsfeeds’ pricing is not competitive, so users might consider some other providers. You can check out our list of the Best Usenet Providers.