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Supernews is the best value Usenet provider. They offer one simple high quality plan at a surprisingly low price. Supernews has been a trusted Usenet provider since 1994. They recently increased their service levels to become one of the most competitive Usenet providers in the market. If you’re looking for the best bargain, look no further.
Supernews currently has a staggering 1741 days of binary retention and 3621 days of text retention. The binary retention is increasing daily. We found that they have excellent speed and completion across their entire retention.
SpeedOur Supernews Review revealed amazing speeds. Our 50Mbps connection was maxed out during our testing with Supernews. We experienced the same excellent speed across all newsgroups and retention as well, which really makes them stand apart from cheaper options.
SecuritySupernews offers one simple plan with 256-bit SSL security included free of charge. This is the same high level of security used by retail websites to protect confidential customer information.
We were very impressed by Supernews completion levels. Completion is an increasing problem in Usenet today due to the number of Usenet resellers who don't maintain their own feed and don't have any redundancy.
Supernews had zero completion problems in our Usenet review, regardless of the news article age. We experienced the same completion from all the servers we tested.
Supernews is the best service for the lowest price.
The website lists $11.99/mo. for their usenet plan.
However, Usenet Service Review, can offer the plan for $9.99/mo (savings of $24/year) or $99/year (saving $44.88/year) as a special thanks for reading our Supernews Review!
Supernews offers the most competitive pricing of any Usenet service provider we reviewed.
Free TrialSupernews offers a 3 day free trial. While not as long as the Giganews 14 day trial, customer's should still easily be able to see if the service meets their needs.
ServersWe definitely couldn't ignore servers in our Supernews Review. This Usenet provider maintains fully redundant servers running their in-house software in Washington DC and Amsterdam. Both servers maxed out our connection at multiple times in the day and we experienced zero completion issues on either server.
ConnectionsSupernews plan includes 30 connections with 256-bit SSL included. 30 connections maxed out our 50Mbps line. The extra connections come in handy when you want to manage a large download queue.