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Unlimited Usenet for US$35/year, 500GB Blocks for US$5, 6 Months Unlimited for US$18 @ UsenetExpress Independence Day

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Nov 11, 2013
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Westmount, QC

Unlimited Usenet for US$35/year, 500GB Blocks for US$5, 6 Months Unlimited for US$18 @ UsenetExpress Independence Day

Price:
$5
Independence/Independent's Day Specials

UsenetExpress is running a deal on its block and unlimited subscriptions.

  • 500GB Non-Expiring Block for $5
  • 6 Months Unlimited Access for $18
  • 12 Months Unlimited Access for $35

Access to US and EU servers. 150 Connections. Independent Backbone.
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Dec 12, 2014
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Toronto, ON
Signed up for that Drunkenslug website a few weeks ago and trying to understand usenet

Is this a good price?
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Aug 15, 2006
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Kingston
blackston3 wrote: Signed up for that Drunkenslug website a few weeks ago and trying to understand usenet

Is this a good price?
It's not too shabby and if you're just starting out, I'd get it to get you in the game
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Dec 12, 2012
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Anyone know how this compares to other providers in terms of the content that's accessible and takedowns?
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apu2009 wrote: Anyone know how this compares to other providers in terms of the content that's accessible and takedowns?
Every provider is different, that's why it is imperative to have different providers with different backbones. That way if one provider/backbone fails, another picks it up. I have 3 different backbones and my downloads rarely ever fail as one of them will get it.
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Aug 23, 2004
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I have the 2-year deal now with newsdemon, and donated to DS for an indexer, but unfortunately, I see more failed downloads that I would like. is UsenetExpress a good option as a backup to newsdemon? One could be a reseller of the other as far as I know.
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I still haven't set up the last deal. But thanks anyway...
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Feb 23, 2004
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Richmond
I had no idea Newsgroups were still a thing, don't think I've seen the term "Usenet" since the early 2000s.
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Jan 11, 2002
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Midland
1madman1 wrote: I had no idea Newsgroups were still a thing, don't think I've seen the term "Usenet" since the early 2000s.
Big time! Check this thread as I prefer this provider over the block providers.
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Nov 18, 2014
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Calgary, AB
1madman1 wrote: I had no idea Newsgroups were still a thing, don't think I've seen the term "Usenet" since the early 2000s.
Every....single.....time....., without fail, someone posts this comment.
Check r/Usenet out. You'll find lots of information.

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