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Unlimited Usenet + SlickVPN US$6.5/month @ Newsdemon

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Unlimited Usenet + SlickVPN US$6.5/month @ Newsdemon

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Price:
US$6.50
https://www.newsdemon.com/

Newsdemon has Unlimited Usenet + SlickVPN for US$6.5/month in this week's GOT sale.

"Yet another wild week of Dragons and Ravens on Game of Thrones. This last episode was full of easter eggs and references to previous seasons. It inspired us to dust off a special that was extremely popular the last go around. For this Sunday and Monday, Get UNLIMITED Access For Only US$6.50/MO"

Code == SEVENKINGDOMS

The deal is good through Monday, Aug 7.
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Dec 19, 2013
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I signed up for it last time and is good so far + so far, Netflix doesn't detect this VPN so you can unlock other regions (I only tested it with US)

For those new with Usenet like myself, the Usenet subreddit is a good start:
https://www.reddit.com/r/usenet/about

There are some free indexer you can use, here is a subreddit where you can find/request invites to some indexer:
https://www.reddit.com/r/UsenetInvites
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Signed up and received email

When you signed up, you selected the following service:
Service: Newsdemon (UNLIMITED + VPN)
Period: 1 month(s) - Recurring
Price: USD 6.50 for the first 1 month(s) and then regular USD10.00 every 1 month(s).

This is not mentioned on the blog OP linked. So I get to cancel next month.

Last BF I order thundernews for $5/m and it is always $5/m. Down side is thundernews limits speed after certain quantity of downloads.
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NoCountry4RFDer wrote: I signed up for it last time and is good so far + so far, Netflix doesn't detect this VPN so you can unlock other regions (I only tested it with US)
Works for Netflix, interesting, everyone is always saying how all the VPNs are blocked these days, or that when Netflix sees too many connections from same IP they know it's a VPN they need to block. Is it basically a matter of popularity? The less people that use the VPN service the less likely it is to be blocked?

I don't actually use Netflix but people often ask me about it. I have a friend that uses a PC with an SSH tunnel through a cheap US server of mine and that still works, but I don't think other devices can be configured like that.

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