Last Updated: Feb 18, 2021
Newsdiggers pricing and service isn't bad we recommend looking elsewhere
The Newzdigger website has been under construction for quite some time now. This may be considered as a discontinued Usenet provider.
There are no special deals or discounted pricing offered byNewzdigger.
Newzdigger has a no-risk three day free trial to see for yourself what they have to offer you. Or you can sign up for their 95 cent trial and get an extra gigabyte and instant access.
There are 4 options available (free trial not included in this listing):
The prices that are stated above are if the user decides to subscribe on a monthly basis. If the user decides to choose quarterly rebilling, the prices will go $1 down for the first three packages and $2 for the Unlimited package. Besides these options, they also offer free trial that lasts for 3 days or once the 1GB is used.
We have not tested the connection speeds of Newzdigger, but we can safely assume that speed will be based on the user’s internet connection and plan of choice.
They have two separate servers (as we have already mentioned), located in USA and Europe. On their website, only the address of (probably) US Server is provided. That address isnews.newzdigger.com and uses standard 119 port. They do not cap download speeds and free SSL is provided.
Regarding privacy, Newzdigger’s servers are uncensored and they do not log what you download. They offer secure, encrypted access to both of their servers using Secure Socket layers (SSL) at no additional charge. Newzdigger does not sell your name or any of your information to any third party.
We have not tested the services of Newzdigger but the retention for the binaries is 600 days look good, according to them, they are always working to improve this number. The completion rate for the binaries is 99.9%. The binaries that are incomplete can be recovered through the use of par2 files in most situations.
Newzdigger has an email, phone, web form, and live chat customer support, as well as a helpful FAQ page.
Newsdiggers pricing and service isn’t bad but neither can we say its the best or great; it is pretty much standard compared to what can be found on our Best Usenet service providers list.