UnlimiNews is a company offering an access to the Usenet network. Their goal is to provide the best ratio between price and service but also the best support
Retention and completion
UnlimiNews provides 400 days of binary retention, 1350 days of text retention, while completion rate is 99.8%.
Currently, UnlimiNews has two pricing options and a free trial (explained below). Unlimited account has 50 slots and costs $19.99 per month. The other option is a block account, simply called Silver account. It offers 25 slots, 50GB of bandwith, and the pricing is $9.99 per month.
UnlimiNews Free Trial
UnlimiNews offers free trial, having 1GB of bandwidth (time limit to spend it is 30 days).
Currently, UnlimiNews is not offering any coupons for cheaper service.
All their offers give user an access to Usenet with a speed up to 100 Mb/s.
With the included SSL encryption, all downloads and uploads are safe. No one is able to know what the user is transferring.
PureNZB is UseNet client which is free for all their clients. Some of the features PureNZB has are:
- it comes already configured to work with Unliminews, taking advantage of its high performance network
- it integrates search from multiple search engines and this can be extended by the possibility to add personal engines with personal Bookmarks
- it integrates a RSS reader to download directly from RSS feeds
- it automatically repairs and decompresses downloaded files
PureNZB Black Edition is also available, offering enhanced multimedia capabilities:
- Video Streaming: watch video just a few seconds after the download has started
- Media Center: the “My Collection” tab allows you to manage your videos: add a poster, look for cast and launch the video with your favorite media player.
- Information can be pulled from IMDB, Google and many more and the name of the media can be edited.
- Other Nice Features
- Uploads are unlimited, they offer 24/7 email support. They provide an access to 95.000 uncensored newsgroups.
UnlimiNews offers a decent service, but binary retention rate and pricing options are not competitive, especially if compared with Usenet providers from our best Usenet providers list. That said, if you like the PureNZB tool then they do have a good free trial
Check out our page containing list of best Usenet providers or check out the Unliminews free trial