July 30th update: the UseNetServer 100 GB summer free trial promotion ends tomorrow so this is your last chance to sign up for their 100 GB free trial offer.
What happens this time of year? Warmer weather, summer break, vacation time and oh yeah…some great Usenet promotions. It’s hard to beat the current Usenet deals from UNS. At $10/mo. or $95/yr. their specials are very popular. This time around the UNS team is offering an extra large free trial for new users to test the service. Sign up before August 1st and enjoy 100 GB of free Usenet downloads over two weeks to test UNS.
Why the larger than life free trial? It’s summer time. A slower time of year for Usenet. As everyone enjoys traveling and the outdoors you see promotions like the UNS trial. Yet this is the first time we’ve seen such a large trial from UseNetServer. In the past they’ve offered new members a 14 day, 10 GB trial. So increasing that to 100 GB is quite impressive. What’s the catch? Nothing. This trial works the same as their normal trial and others in the industry. You test the service free and then if you like it remain as a member.
What doesn’t the trial include? There aren’t any limitations to the UseNetServer service. You can download up to 100 GB over the first two weeks after signing up. You’ll choose a desired account during the sign up process. Then assuming you like the service you’ll become a paying member after the trial ends. Otherwise just cancel and there’s no charge. An excellent opportunity to test UNS this summer.
We normally recommend the UNS $10 special over their free trial. Even with the summer promotion we would still choose the special pricing. The 100 GB trial is an excellent offer for those who want to get their feet wet with UNS and test the service. Yet their special (no free trial included) allows you to save $8 to $10 a month off the retail price. A deal that’s hard to beat. Whether you go with the free trial or special pricing you’ll enjoy the UNS service. Those interested in the 100 GB trial will want to sign up before August 1st.