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NZBGeek Lifetime membership $20 US

Deal Link:
Price:
$20
Savings:
33%
Retailer:
https://nzbgeek.info
NZBGeek has its blackfriday deal back for Christmas.
Used it.
Happy with it.
You have to create an account to go in and be able to subscribe.

Note: It's in Groceries to throw off the scent.
Il n'y a pas des sots si incommodes que ceux qui ont de l’esprit
Thread Summary
$20 deal over. $30 regular price back for a bottom tier indexer.
Read proof at page 5: https-nzbgeek-info-nzbgeek-lifetime-mem ... #p30305196
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Jul 23, 2005
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How long does it take to update your account after payment?
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Nov 16, 2005
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ncr
people still use usenet these days? with private nzb for stuff?
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ontario
s1301950 wrote: people still use usenet these days? with private nzb for stuff?
Yes it's amazing for having TV/Movies automatically downloaded (blazing fast) as soon as they are released.
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ontario
PiusPatronus wrote: What usenet provider are you guys using?
Currently using the black friday promo that NewsGroupDirect offered, believe it was $16 for 6 months. So far it has been nothing short of amazing, never dropped connection or experienced slow speeds.
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Oct 14, 2005
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Good offer but I find Newsgroups to be not worth the effort of late. All the stuff I want is already removed by the time I get to it.

At least I am only paying $4 a month and get free SlickVPN with it.
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Clee wrote: How long does it take to update your account after payment?
Usually takes them anywhere from 12-24 hours, you should message one of the admins if it hasn't updated after a day.
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Diafel wrote: Good offer but I find Newsgroups to be not worth the effort of late. All the stuff I want is already removed by the time I get to it.

At least I am only paying $4 a month and get free SlickVPN with it.
I rarely have that issue. Use a good indexer and setup automation to grab it on day 1.
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ontario
Diafel wrote: Good offer but I find Newsgroups to be not worth the effort of late. All the stuff I want is already removed by the time I get to it.

At least I am only paying $4 a month and get free SlickVPN with it.
I've rarely had issues not being able to find the content I want, unless it's super niche.. You should set up Sonarr & Radarr to grab releases as soon as they are uploaded, that way they won't have time to be removed.
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I seem to be a pretty big n00b with this kind of stuff, what are the advantages of a usenet vs just finding things manually online?
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keyser-soze wrote: This vs dognzb?
+1 interested as well. I'm currently using dognzb, worth paying for this?
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Dec 30, 2008
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Windsor
Worth it if I already have another indexer that uses newznab?
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game_fanatic wrote: I seem to be a pretty big n00b with this kind of stuff, what are the advantages of a usenet vs just finding things manually online?
With this & Usenet you can set up a series of programs (SABNzbd, Sonarr, Radarr) to automatically download, organize and track a TV series/movie that you want the moment it hits release and is uploaded. You also get much much faster download speeds over something like Torrents.

Overall since I've made the switch to Usenet I spend a great deal less time manually searching around for downloads/fixing problems. 10/10 would recommend trying it out.

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