This category takes most of the providers from the Just the Basics category, and compares the number and quality of upgrades/updates and features added, plus any additional services added on or altered throughout the last year. And in this category, Usenet.net has had a very good year keeping their developers and service staff busy.
There has been the standard fare of updating software, a few bug fixes, and helping their subscribers get the correct settings, but the remarkable part of the last 12 months has been their retion rates spooling to more than 1,600 days on the binary side. Here’s a little more about Usenet.net:
No news is good news…at least where the last year for Usenet.net developers and support staff. We don’t generally post about routine updates, unless there are security issues, and there were no serious threats to their subscribers. We did have occasion to congratulate them in a post concerning Usenet retention rates being on the rise. They were among the top 5 providers with the longest retention rates.
We know the kind of hard work it takes to run a service like yours. It’s isn’t something that runs itself, by any means. It takes a lot of work, and Usenet.net certainly deserves this recognition.
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