Tag Archives: Usenet

500 GB Usenet Blocks on Sale

For the next few days our super-popular 500 GB usenet blocks are on sale for just $35 (regular price is $45)! Don’t miss this opportunity to stock up on usenet blocks at a great price.

Spring Usenet Sale – Part 2

The 2nd part of our Spring usenet sale is now live! This time we’re offering up our 2 TB usenet blocks for $70 (regular price is $200!).

2 TB Usenet Block Sale

Happy March! We’re celebrating warmer weather with a sale on our 2 TB usenet blocks. Our 2 TB (2,200 gigabytes!) blocks are huge. They’re also the most cost-effective way to get in on our block usenet access. For the next few days we’re offering our 2 TB blocks for just $70. The normal price is $200 each, so it’s quite a savings.

How To Choose A Usenet Service

We know you have lots of choices when it comes to choosing a usenet service provider. There are many usenet companies out there and most offer similar services, but there are definitely a few things you should look for when comparing companies and a few reasons why we believe NewsgroupDirect is the best usenet provider around.

Winter Usenet Sale

Our Winter Usenet Sale is live! For the next few days you can get our biggest and baddest usenet package, the 2 TB block, for just $60. That’s a huge savings over the regular price of $200.

Fall Usenet Block Sale

For the next few days we are discounting our mega-sized 2 TB block to just $60 (regular price $200). Block accounts are shareable and never expire.

Free Usenet for Bloggers

Do you love usenet? Do you have a blog? Like freebies? If so, we need you! We’re giving away free usenet to bloggers who want to write about NewsgroupDirect.

23rd Anniversary of Tim Berners-Lee’s Announcement of the WWW on Usenet

Today is an important date in the history of both usenet and the world-wide-web. On August 6, 1991 Tim Berners-Lee (while working at CERN in Switzerland) announced his idea for the WorldWideWeb on the usenet group alt.hypertext. The post was one of the most important steps in bringing the modern communication age into existence.