Last Updated: Apr 14, 2018
In summary, we recommend Easynews for their solid service, high retention and easy to use web based interface to Usenet. If you want an easy to use and economical Usenet service then check out their free trial and make up your own mind
By signing up through our link you can save money and lock in the price of $9.99/month for unlimited Usenet access. This is normally not available on Easynews website s0 take advantage of our discount links and save.
Easynews offers the most generous free trial available on the market today! 14 days or 100 GBs whichever comes first and at that point you will be charged. 100 GBs certainly is enough to test out their service and make up your mind and if you choose the $10 / month afterwards, its not like you are putting out a lot of cash.
They offer 3 separate service tiers so let’s check the specifications for each of these:
Each of these accounts provide rollover gigs, in other words, unused gigs are rolled into the next billing cycle.
That said you will get the best deal by signing up through our link
Easynews has servers located in the USA (East Coast and West Coast) and servers in the Netherlands. In our testing of both the web interface and NNTP only connection, Easynews did well. Take advantage of their very generous free trial and do you own speed test however per our own results — we didn’t find Easynews to be slow and using our 12 Mb connection gave about an average throughput of 1.5 MB/s. (Full Utilization)
If you are using Easynews – it is most likely because you don’t want to get into all the technical details but we can tell you that there backend infrastructure is sound with multiple backbone connections to the net and with 3293 days of binary retention.
Best thing to do however is to take advantage of their free trial (100 GBs!) and test out the service.
Easynews customer service appears to be good, we subscribed for the free trial and then a week later had no problems canceling with a short email.
No issues noted per message quality 99%+ message,
In summary, we recommend Easynews for their solid service, high retention and easy to use web based interface to Usenet. If you want an easy to use and economical Usenet service then check out their free trial and make up your own mind. We think you will like Easynews.