This year brought some exciting new entrants into the Usenet space. We would like to highlight our choices for the Best New Usenet Providers of 2010. We will go in order from #1 to #3 and give you a glimpse into the offerings of each newsgroup service.
FastUsenet.org is our choice for the Best New Usenet Provider of 2010. The service launched earlier this year and offers a good combination of features and value. With over 817 days of binary retention along with SSL and 50 connections for only $9.95 a month. New customers can test the service with the 14 day FastUsenet free trial. In addition to your standard Usenet features FastUsenet.org also offers a simple iPhone newsreader and web interface.
NewsServers.net offers unlimited and metered Usenet accounts. They have also partnered with SecureVPNZ to offer customers personal VPN access. New customers can try the 7 day free NewsServers.net trial. The service offers 550+ days of binary retention, 50 connections, SSL and unlimited newsgroup downloads for $12.95 a month.
3. Red Orb News
Red Orb News launched early in 2010 and offers both unlimited and metered monthly Usenet plans. The service is owned by a previous administrator of Slyck.com, another trusted resource for all things Usenet. Enjoy 630+ days of binary retention along with SSL and 20 connections starting at $1.99 a month.
Cheers to the teams at FastUsenet.org, NewsServers.net and Red Orb News. In addition Newsgroups.com and StealthNews were also considered for our list of the best new Usenet providers. For more information on any of the newsgroup services above along with the latest free trials and special offers visit Newsgroup Reviews.