Dutch Usenet Access Providers Review 2019

This is our review of the best European (Dutch) Usenet providers for 2019.


Eweka review

Eweka is a Netherlands based Tier 1 usenet service provider. Eweka is cheap, offers fast download speeds and has the longest European retention.

We recommend Eweka as your Usenet Service Provider of choice.

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Tweaknews review

Tweaknews is a tier-1 Usenet provider from the Netherlands. Tweaknews is a TOP choice if a good speed is your top priority: Tweaknews provides speed up to 1GB/sec. Recently TweakNews has updated it's binary and text retention to 3,400 days.

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UsenetBucket review

UsenetBucket is a Dutch Usenet provider that offers many great features (SSL + 1,600 Days Retention Period + completion rate of 99%) at competitive prices - for example Basic Bucket is available for 2,95 euros

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Vipernews review

Vipernews is a NL based Tier 1 usenet service provider. Vipernews service is reliable, fast and cheap. Vipernews offers both flat rate and block accounts. But Vipernews has only 100 days of retention, which is very low compared to our top providers.

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XSNews review

XSNews is a major Usenet provider with servers in the Netherlands. XSNews offers both flat rate and block accounts. You can benefit from a 14-day free trial to see everything that XNews has to offer. You can be sure you’ll get to see everything that Usenet has to offer.

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UsenetFarm review

Usenet.Farm is a Usenet service provider headquartered in the Netherlands. Usenet.Farm provides both flat rate and block plans. Usenet.Farm delivers 3,000 days of binary Usenet retention.

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ExtremeUsenet review

ExtremeUsenet is a Dutch provider that offers cheap Usenet access. All their usenet packages offer unlimited downloads, SSL connections, and account sharing is allowed. 

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