This is the latest post in our Usenet Features in Depth series.
We thought that it’s high time we clue you in on some of the nuances between the different types of accounts we offer here at NewsgroupDirect. Read on to learn more!
If you’re an obsessive Usenet user, this is the account for you. This is our premium account, with all the “bells and whistles,” so to speak. Those include infinite (yes, we said infinite!) GB, 50 connections, free SSL encryption, 30 GB of online storage, a GhostPath VPN discount and ten free Newsgroupdirect invites. At $20 per month, it’s a great deal, but you can also opt for the $200 yearly model to save $40.
Our monthly plans are great options for Usenet users of all stripes. We offer Starter ($8 monthly for the lite user), Pro ($12 monthly for a middle-of-the-road option), and Power ($15 monthly for the higher end of the spectrum). None of these monthly plans come with the online storage offered in our Unlimited plan, but all of them offer a GhostPath VPN discount. Power and Pro both offer SSL encryption. In terms of connections, Power will give you 50, while Starter and Pro both have 20.
Block Usenet Accounts
If you don’t use Usenet enough to warrant a monthly account, this is a good option for you. The basic idea of a block account is that you buy a “block” of gigabytes that will get you all the Usenet you’d like up to a certain number of gigabytes. Block accounts are great because you don’t have to worry about being billed monthly for your Usenet usage, as it’s a one-time fee that never, ever expires. (Nope, not even then!) We offer GB sizes of 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, and 2000—all you’ll ever need.
All of our options except for the Block account come with a seven day, 15 GB free trial. If you have any questions about these options, we’re always available at [email protected], on Twitter, and on Facebook.