Last Updated: Apr 04, 2018
We can't recommend Binverse because of their association with Usenext and bad billing practices
While Binverse does offer an easy Usenet experience we have been getting too many complaints to keep recommending them.
If you are interested in easy to use Usenet then we can recommend these options
Binverse was associated with Usenext and Usenet.nl usenet services and in full disclosure we have been getting pressured from other Usenet service providers to not promote them because of how they reflect badly on the Usenet industry.
While we aren’t promoting Binverse anymore we are leaving their review around for historical purposes.
Binverse has no discounted pricing ( 14/month). Binverse does not have a free trial for their Usenet service. They do have a free trial for their Usenet newsreader however. Binverse only plan offering is their $14 / month unlimited Usenet plan. Not a bad pricing but their are better deals namely – Astraweb ($8 month for yearly),UsenetServer ($7.95 month for yearly) and Easynews ( $9.99 / month) Binverse speeds are limited only by your Internet connection and your ISPs connection. They have servers in the USA and Europe The addresses of these servers are as follows: news.Binverse.com. These servers are hidden from view however and are embedded into the binverse client. Binverse’s main selling point is that they make Usenet easy. Binverse offers a quality service from what we can tell. Their have been some complaints here and there about the free trial but I guess remember to read the fine print when you signup. Binverse has an online helpdesk so responses shouldn’t take too long. We like their newsreader and as mentioned they aren’t our top choice but nonetheless they aren’t a bad choice. So check them out or check out a provider from our best usenet service list.