Being the hardcore Usenet junkies that we are, we are quite picky and overly particular when choosing Usenet providers to recommend to our friends, fellow users and geeks. How do we decide you ask? Simple, we have neat and effecitve system of Usenet provider loves and hates that we use to rate, rank and classify Usenet providers before we recommend them. See our love hate criteria below:
Premium Providers We Love
UsenetServer - UsenetServer is the low cost, high quality, high speed, rock solid provider of Usenet download accounts on the web period. We like UsenetServer for many reasons, cost and reliability being the strongest. UsenetServer is a very dependable company that has been around since 1999 and offers the best all around Usenet download accounts with 4+ years of downloadable files, blazing fast connection speeds and a built in Usenet search engine to boot.
NNTP Retention: 1700+ Days
Easynews- The oldest, easiest, most reliable Usenet provider around, Easynews lets you browse and surf the Usenet without having to install any software. Easynews offers a unique streamlined Usenet search interface perfect for any new Usenet user. Point and click video/image viewing and downloading is available along with traditional NNTP Usenet server access.
Web Retention: 400 Days
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Newshostiing- Newshosting is a favorite of ours, they have been providing fast reliable stylish Usenet access since 1999. With a time honored reputation and expert geek level customer service Newshosting does not disappoint. We follow them regularly and they are continuously upgrading their service levels and servers to meet all our Usenet needs. Like we said we like them...
Special: Newshosting Unlimited - This is an awesome deal get an unlimited account for $9.99/month for life!
NZB Site List
Below is a list of the most popular mainstream NZB indexes and sites. As noted below some NZB sites are free and others require paid premium membership for VIP access. Paid NZB sites typically post new NZB faster and have a larger catalog of NZBs.