The website claims that Usenet-Access offers many exclusive features not found elsewhere. Moreover, they have customers across the globe.
Here is an outline of Usenet-Access services!
2,800 MHz. of processing power.
RAM of 8,000+ MB.
Quad T-3 Backbone
Binary Retention: The server systems have 10,000 Gig spools drive; but they have a retention capacity of only 200 days, which may not be enough for some people. Its text retention is
120 days. Users have access to 120,000 newsgroups. All newsreader software applications such as Outlook Express, WinVN, Free Agent, Xnews, NewsReactor and NewsRover works with Usenet-Acess.
A quick search reveals many other providers with better options.
Pricing: Users have a choice of Daily-limited newsgroup account or a Block account.
Daily-limited newsgroup accounts:
500MB per day at $2.95
1 GB per day at $5.95
2 GB per day at $11.95, often recommended
4 GB per day at $19.95
Monthly-limited block accounts:
20 GB per month at $6.95
50 GB per month at $12.95
100 GB per month at $22.95
Free Trial: People used to trying out a service before purchasing it will be disappointed with Usenet-Access. The absence of a trial period will is a bother because people have no way of properly assessing the service provider.
Deal: People looking for a good deal, have to look elsewhere. Usenet-Access does not give any special discounts or deals for users.
Neither are there any special programs or bonuses, usually sanctioned by other service providers, found in Usenet-Access. For those users who expect some incentives in lieu of their loyalty to the website or for their continuous usage, will be sorely disappointed.
Speed: The Usenet provider can handle thousands of simultaneous connections. The location of the servers is restricted to the United States though the newsgroup service can be accessed anywhere in the world through a password and log-in-name.
Security/Anonymity: All transactions are SSL encrypted to protect against hacking from third parties.
Enter Usenet-Access from anywhere in the world
24/7 customer service introduces newcomers to the workings of the newsgroup service in addition to answering any questions customers may have.
Any NNTP-compatible newsreader will work on the Usenet server via the NNTP port of 119. Popular newsreaders such as Xnews, Grabit and Newsbin will function well with the newsgroup service.
It is an alright service provider for people traveling around the world. However, the Usenet provider is devoid of special deals not to mention it has mediocre services. Its overall ratings are very poor though there are a few satisfied customers who state otherwise.
A review of its services shows it fails in many aspects. The bad pricing for limited services is a good enough reason not to choose Usenet-Access. The only things promised are the bare minimum and while some customers may be satisfied with it, others will not be. Users are advised to try other service providers that give more value for their money.
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