Last Updated: Aug 26, 2017
There were no discounted pricing or special offers for CheapUSE.NET. Their price was already discounted.
CheapUSE.NET did not have any free trials for users.
There were two pricing plans for CheapUSE.NET:
During the peak hours (6AM-6PM EST), the speed between 1 MB/s and 5 MB/s could have been expected.
Also, there was a server speed test available; the 50MB file for testing purposes was provided. The news server address was news.cheapuse.net, available on the US-based server farm and on the port 119. Maximum off 10 connections were available.
No technical information was available on CheapUSE.NET back then, and there is no way to check it now since they are already closed.
CheapUSE.NET had 400 days of binary and text retention available and more than 99% of completion available as well. We did not tested the service ourselves.
CheapUSE.NET had online support, email support, and they also provided support through AOL/AIM chat.
CheapUSE.net was cheap provider in every sense of the word . As they say you get what you pay for — they are now out of business we would have recommended and continue to recommend today that you look at our Best Usenet Providers’ list, if you want an excellent Usenet service.