Phoenix, AZ—June 12, 2013—EASYNEWS, the world’s original and unsurpassed browser-based Usenet newsgroup provider, today announced that the testing phase for additional retention is complete and now for the first time ever, is offering up to 1300 days of retention for its webbased Usenet access.
Easynews has invested heavily in its infrastructure build-out and now offers a massive increase in its web-based (HTTP) Usenet access. Previously only available with its NNTP Usenet access,
Easynews will now offer up to 1300 days of retention through its web-Usenet interface.
Easynews has completed a successful rollout phase and all users now have more web retention at no added cost! Big Gig accounts get the complete 1300 days (previously 200 days), Classic accounts now come with 365 days included (previously 150 days) and Plus accounts will come with 525 days (previously 150 days). Extended and complete retention options for Classic and Plus plan subscribers are also available for only a slight cost increase. NNTP retention will continue to be 1700 days for all Easynews service plans.
All Easynews service plans (e.g. Classic, Plus and Big Gig) come with:
- Web-Usenet access through the Easynews web interface (available by logging into your account at http://www.easynews.com)
- NNTP Usenet access
- Rollover Gigs (unused gigs rollover to future months)
- Loyalty Gigs (free gigs for each year of service)
- 14 day/10 GB free trial
The Big Gig plan provides the best value with 150GB/month, 12GB loyalty gigs, free unlimited NNTP and now 1300 days of web-Usenet retention. If you have a web browser, you already have all the software you need to access all that Usenet newsgroups have to offer!