Best Usenet Providers of 2018

us Usenet service providers that are based in the U.S.

- Newshosting 5/5 - Newshosting review
- UsenetServer 5/5 - UsenetServer review
- Easynews 5/5- Easynews review
- UsenetExpress 4/5 - UsenetExpress review
- Newsgroupdirect 4/5 - Newsgroupdirect review
- Newsdemon 4/5 - Newsdemon review

nl European (Dutch) based Newsgroup Services we can recommend:

- Eweka Usenet 5/5 - Eweka review
- Tweaknews 5/5 - Tweaknews Review
- ExtremeUsenet 5/5 - ExtremeUsenet Review
- UsenetBucket 4/5- UsenetBucket review
- Usenet.Farm 4/5 - Usenet.Farm review
- XSNews 4/5 -
XSNews review

2018 USENET DEALS

With NGProvider you can find latest Usenet Special Offers. The best Usenet deals around, all in one place.

- 2018 Usenet Black Friday
- Best Usenet Special Offers 2018
- Best Usenet Deals 2018
- Best Deals on Block Usenet Plans

Usenet Server Account Types

Usenet Providers offering fully unlimited access to Usenet and 1 GB/s speeds!

- NewsHosting $9.99 for every month as long as your subscription remains active or Only $99.99 per year
- UsenetServer $10 for every month or Only $95.40 per year (Comes to $7.95 per month !)
- Tweaknews 9,99 € for every month or Only 89,99 € per year
- UsenetExpress $10/Month or $90/Year
- Newsdemon $10/Month or $92/Year
- Newsgroupdirect $7.95/Month or $75/Year

List of the best Speedcapped usenet access. Best speedcapped newsgroup access with SSL encryption. Renewal Term: Monthly Term

- Eweka 300 Mbit/s: 7,50 €
- ExtremeUsenet 4 Mbit/s: 4 € // 8 Mbit/s: 5 € // 12 Mbit/s: 6 € // 20 Mbit/s: 6,5 € // 30 Mbit/s: 7 € // 60 Mbit/s: 8 € // 120 Mbit/s: 10 € // 150 Mbit/s: 12 € // 200 Mbit/s: 14 € // 300 Mbit/s: 17 €
- UsenetBucket 10 Mbit/s: 2,95 € // 40 Mbit/s: 4,95 € // 400 Mbit/s: 12,95 €
- XSNews 8 Mbit/s: 5,95 € // 20 Mbit/s: 7,50 € // 800 Mbit/s: 10,95 €
- Usenet.Farm 48 Mbit/s: 4,95 €

Best block Usenet deals. Some of our favorite block Usenet deals are listed here

- NewsgroupDirect 100 GB => $14
- UsenetFarm 500 GB => 15 €
- UsenetExpress 500 GB => $20
- Tweaknews 100 GB => 13 €
- XSNews 20 GB => 9,95 €

Usenet provider free Trials

Complete listing of all available Usenet trial accounts. Sign up for a free trial and don't forget to read the terms and conditions on website. In addition to free usenet trials we have Free Usenet Server (ISP + Free Usenet servers)

- Eweka Eweka Free Usenet Trial includes unlimited downloads over 7 days.
- Tweaknews Tweaknews Free Usenet Trial includes unlimited downloads over 10 days
- Newshosting 14 days of free service (up to 30 GB total transfer)
- UsenetServer 14 days of free service (up to 10 GB total transfer) - XSNews 14 days of free service
- UsenetFarm 10 GB
- Usenetbucket 7 days / 20 GB

What is Usenet?

Question about Usenet. What is Usenet?. How does Usenet work?

- Stealth Usenet
- Usenet is the fastest network
- Usenet is secure
- Usenet privacy
- Usenet anonymity
- Usenet retention
- Usenet completion
- Usenet vs Torrent
- Usenet resources

How To Use Usenet

The How-To Guide On Getting Started With Usenet

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- How To Kick Your Torrent Addiction With Usenet
- How to choose the right Usenet provider for you
- How To Find Files On Usenet

Usenet for our International readers

The following links provide help to Usenetters:

- Usenet in Netherlands
- Usenet in Germany

Finding Content in Usenet

Searching for content on Usenet is easy. You can find hundreds of terabytes of content on Usenet. How To Find Content In Usenet? Recommended Newsgroup Newsreaders for easy and efficient downloading

- NZB Files
- Usenet Indexing Sites
- Usenet NZB search engines
- NZB Sites
- Usenet articles missing
- CouchPotato with Usenet

Usenet clients

Recommended Newsgroup Newsreaders for easy and efficient downloading

- Newshosting Client Review
- Sabnzbd Review
- Spotnet 2.0
- Grabit Review

Usenet Network

Usenet is a decentralized network, it works by each Usenet server sharing its information with all the other servers on the network. This propagation across servers makes Usenet an ideal place for storing information and data of all types.

- Top 5 USENET Providers
- 25 Usenet Providers Reviewed
- Current Usenet Map
- Tier-1 Usenet Providers and Usenet Resellers
- Usenet backbones
- Usenet News Server Addresses
- Usenet Combo
- Spotnet protocol

Eweka Spotnet Setup guide

One of the best way to download from Usenet is with Spotnet and Eweka. Couldn’t be easier. If you live in The Netherlands, it makes sense to use Eweka as Usenet Service Provider and Spotnet as Indexer

Who is Eweka?

Eweka is a high-quality European Usenet Service Povider. This Usenet server has several advantages over the competition:

  1. Eweka is offering unlimited newsgroup downloads at 300 Mbit for €7,50 a month - Special price for NGPro visitors. Sign up via our link and be sure to take advantage of the 300 Mbit speed upgrade.

  2. It is the only Dutch Usenet Service Provider to rival the American service providers. Eweka has the same retention as American servers, more than 3,530 days! Eweka has the best retention of all Dutch Usenet Service Providers! Twice as much as its rivals!

  3. Its location is also important: it answers to Netherlands jurisdiction, not American. Dutch USENET do not have DMCA takedowns like US providers. Eweka follows NTD, based on the NTD-behavioural code (Dutch Law), therefore making article completion better. Despite some takedowns, we are impressed by completion. If something can't be found on your primary server, get a “Backup” Usenet account. Your backup doesn't necessarily need to be European, just hosted with a different backbone. Take a look at the providers map. With Eweka I use Newsgroupdirect and Usenet.Farm for block fills.

  4. Eweka is a rare Dutch company to have its own servers; they don’t need to rent them! A Tier-1 provider means it has total control of its own infrastructure.

What Is Spotnet?

Spotnet is a category-based Usenet indexing service. Persons called 'spotters' can spot a post on Usenet. So it is not auto-indexed (One of the the most efficient way to download on Usenet without using Usenet Indexers (Newznab - Nzbed - Vbulletin Forum - ...), but actual persons are filling the database (it's manually maintained so the spots are normally pretty good). To view Spots, you’ll need one of the clients that works with the Spotnet protocol. Two of the most popular are Spotnet 2.0 and SpotLite 2.0. I find Spotnet 2.0 very easy to use.

Eweka Spotnet settings

The setup is easy and it is not difficult to configure Eweka with Spotnet 2.0. Once you have it set up, you can use it to view spots and to get the content that you want.

Spotnet 2 offers a nice alternative to NZB sites and Newznab indexers. One of the best way to download from Usenet is with Spotnet and Eweka. Couldn’t be easier.