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Do newsgroups still exist?

Do newsgroups still exist?

There are others. “Yes, Usenet still exists, technically. In terms of active use, outside a very few limited newsgroups (mostly peers of technical mailing lists), it’s dead to today’s Internet users.”

What is newsgroup ninja?

Newsgroup Ninja is a tier-1 Usenet reseller intent on providing good service at a reasonably low price. They are partnered with one of the oldest and most reliable Usenet service providers which allows them to have low margins but provide high quality service.

When did USENET newsgroups and electronic mail start?

USENET began in 1979 when two graduate students at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis, came up with a way to exchange messages and files between computers using UNIX-to-UNIX copy protocol (UUCP).

Is there a free trial for Usenet subscription service?

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Is there a free Usenet server for the Internet?

Internet service providers will offer USENET news server access included with the Internet access plan. Unfortunately, this is becoming less and less common and typically the free USENET servers are limited to 30 days retention.

How to choose the right Usenet provider?

When choosing a Usenet provider, you should go with one that has a large archive of posts which is called “retention”. The deeper the retention, the larger the archive of posts you have access to and the better the experience.

What is the cheapest way to get free Usenet?

The cheapest way to get free USENET access is through your ISP. However only a handful of ISPs currently offer USENET access and all of these free USENET servers are limited when compared to our recommend USENET providers. Here is a list of the top 100 Internet Service Providers in the USA that have some or limited USENET access.

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