ASHBURN, Va., Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Making a significant landmark in the Usenet community, Newshosting has become one of the first brands to achieve 3,000 days of binary retention. The leading Usenet provider has been in business since August 2008 and continues to provide access to thousands of discussion groups for its customers.
In celebration of this milestone, Newshosting will be giving away several accounts. These accounts include unlimited speed and usage, and will remain free for 3,000 days. Newshosting offers its customers access to 100,000+ discussion groups, both text and binary, allowing users to communicate globally with millions of other users daily.
With its beginnings taking shape around 1980 as the first servers went online, Usenet began with NNTP as the founding protocol for the Internet, pre-dating the World Wide Web. It was widely popularized by universities, and today offers a large range of diverse communication in over 100,000 newsgroups to users across the globe. As Usenet develops and grows over time, it continues to stand out as a timeless beacon of the kind of free speech the ethos of the internet was founded upon.
Newshosting is the world's premier provider of Usenet newsgroup access. As the industry-leader in service reliability, speed and retention, Newshosting is committed to providing world-class Usenet access to over 100,000 discussion groups from its servers across the world.
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