Raffle: One year free access to Usenet with Binverse

BinverseBinverse, raffles a one year plan for an all-in-one Usenet solution worth 237.96 U.S. dollars. You will find more information about this contest at the end of the article. Please note that this is a sponsored post.

If you can find some time to break away from the relentless demands of systems and users (mostly the latter) perhaps it’s time you revisit an old friend, Usenet.

Although Usenet might not command the spotlight it once did, it has been quietly flourishing under the radar for years. Skyrocketing retention rates (over 1000 days for text and 460 days for files) and blazing fast download speeds (You can max out your internet connection) have made it a favorite spot for a new generation of geeks. Whether you looking to discuss an obscure technical issue or download the latest build from an open source project, you’ll find virtually anything you’re looking for on Usenet (There is over 800TB of user uploads available to download).

Innovative new services have also simplified how you use Usenet. Companies like Binverse have bundled Usenet access with easy to use software that includes a powerful built-in search engine so you can quickly find what you are looking for. Now you can download, decompress and repair files with a click of your mouse.  Other useful features include the ability to preview files before you download them and SSL encryption to help protect your privacy and security.

If you remember Usenet from back in the day or just want to see what Usenet is all about sign up for a free trial of the Binverse service to take a quick test drive.

The 14 Day Free Trial Includes:

  • 5 Gigabytes of Unlimited Speed Downloads
  • 145 Gigabytes of 1Mbps Downloads
  • Binverse Software & Search Engine
  • SSL Encryption

If you’d like to win a year of free Unlimited Binverse access, please send an email to


with the subject line


Please also add your full name. The deadline of this contest is January 28, 2010.

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  1. Job Hunting Tips 11 years ago

    It's cool that there's a free trail involved as well. Too often online contest don't offer anything for the masses who are not lucky enough to be counted among the winners.


  2. Chase 10 years ago

    Looks Nice, i thinking binverse is à perfect usenet provider


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