Easynews Now Accepts PayPal Payments

Easynews now accepts payments via PayPal.  This makes the sign up process easier and more convenient for customers who prefer Paypal or other alternatives to credit card payments.  Easynews accepts a wide range of payment options including PayPal, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB), 900# and by mail.

New customers can test out the new Easynews web interface free for 14 days.  No need for a newsreader since Easynews offer web browser access.  To learn more about the Usenet service read our Easynews review or sign up for a two week free trial.


Here is the official Easynews press release:

PHOENIX, Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — EASYNEWS.COM, the world’s leading browser-based Usenet newsgroup provider, is pleased to announce that it is now accepting PayPal.  In response to rising demand outside of the U.S., Easynews’ PayPal enhancement allows for the internationalization of Easynews Usenet newsgroup services and provides a secure and convenient payment gateway. Easynews’ website offers free Usenet account signup and the original web-based newsgroup management tool.

Additionally, Easynews.com has recently announced that all current and new Big Gig plan subscribers will receive its Unlimited NNTP upgrade, for free, which offers unlimited access to over 100,000 newsgroups, both text and binary. The Unlimited NNTP add-on features 760 days of retention, secure SSL encrypted access and an unlimited number of connections, which is unrivaled by any other Usenet provider. Unlimited NNTP is offered on other Easynews.com subscription plans for a $9.95 monthly fee.

Additional enhancements will continue to be introduced over the coming months to further expand the overall Easynews offering. Subscribers can look forward to developments such as app-free support for mobile devices as well as usability enhancements to the Easynews browser application.