ThunderNews is definitely a premium Usenet provider. They offer extremely competitive rates across all of their plans and provide a lot of extra features to boot. ThunderNews servers peer with hundreds of other Usenet news servers across the Usenet network to provide their users access to every newsgroup available. They offer a great combination of connection speed, article completeness, and long article retention. Plus they do all this while being uncensored, unfiltered and without logs.
ThunderNews has multiple servers in the US and the EU to service their customers. This means that their account holders should see fast connection speeds whether they are in the US, or in Europe. Their retention is pretty good when compared against the rest of the field, and they are actually ahead of a few of their major competitors in this feature category.
Their individual plans are highly competitive when compared against other Usenet providers. Their recent price drops across the board have catapulted them onto most major Usenet review sites (like this one!). The lowest plan they offer is less than $5 for an entire month! Talk about inexpensive! As you move up the plan tiers their pricing continues to remain very low when compared against the other major providers. Their middle-tier and high end plans are so inexpensive it’s almost hard to believe. Especially when you consider that their prices before the reduction were already really low.
Considering their low prices it is amazing they are able to offer so many extra features with their accounts. In addition to providing SSL encryption with each plan (which is pretty standard these days amongst premium providers), ThunderNews also provides their customers with a free registered copy of the NewsRover newsreader software (o $29.95 value!). It’s not hard to understand why a lot of sites that review Usenet providers are ranking ThunderNews higher and higher these days – their pricing and features sell themselves.
It’s also worth mentioning that current Cox, Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon and Sprint customers have the opportunity to upgrade to premium Usenet access through ThunderNews at a 20% permanent discount on the monthly plan of their choice. You can replace your ISP Usenet service with ThunderNews and get all the extra benefits. Use the discount code tn20tvs.
For a 3 day free trial, prospective customers should submit a support ticket to ThunderNews, or try the online chat support. There is an option on the Support page for customers to request the 3 day free trial, which leads to the creation of a support ticket. Our link to the Get Free Trial Now sends you directly to the support page.
Aprilie 2011 Actualizare: ThunderNews has upgraded their binary retention to an amazing 983 zi! March and April have seen many providers increase their retention and ThunderNews is no exception. As a premium provider they have also done this without increasing their pricing! Great news for ThunderNews customers.
|Cost per 1 Luna||$6.99 pentru $21.99|
|Days of Binary Retention||1008|
|Planul pe termen Low||1 Luna|
|Low Plan Quota||10GB|
|Low Plan Connects||50|
|Low Plan SSL||256pic|
|Low Plan Retention||1008|
|Planul low cost||$4.68|
|Planul pe termen mediu||1 Luna|
|Medium Plan Quota||50GB|
|Medium Plan Connects||50|
|Medium Plan SSL||256pic|
|Medium Plan Retention||1008|
|Cost Planul de Mediu||$9.37|
|Planul pe termen înaltă||1 Luna|
|High Plan Quota||Unlim|
|High Plan Connects||50|
|High Plan SSL||256pic|
|High Plan Retention||1008|
|Înalta planul de cheltuieli||$14.99|
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