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UseNeXT enjoys considerable popularity in Europe and is one of the longest established Usenet providers in the business.

Provider Price: from 7,95€
Languages: DE, EN, FR, ES, IT, NL
Retention Time: 976 days




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Blog offline for several hours following DDoS attacks


As our colleagues from Usenet-Deluxe have already reported, the access provider has become the object of repeated so-called “Distributed Denial of Service (or DDoS for short)” over the past few days. The attacks meant that the company’s website was down for several hours on each of 23, 24 and 28 June. It was also impossible for customers to log in to their accounts during this time.

It remains to be seen whether the attacks are a sign of the increasingly strong competition within the lucrative Usenet market or whether has merely become another victim of the groups of hackers which have been highly active recently.

Now measures have been put in place to ward off further attacks. In future, the security of the data on will be maintained by using the same software deployed by the White House and Deutsche Bank.

This gives us good reason to hope that the servers and customers will be spared any further downtimes and attacks of this nature!

Further information on is available in our Provider Review.

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UseNeXT fans rejoice! Celebrating 1,000 days retention and an cooperation with „Demolition Dash“


The moment has finally come: UseNeXT crossed the threshold of 1,000 days for binary retention! This means that the more than 2,000 Terabyte of data remain available in Usenet for more than two years and nine months! To celebrate this event, all UseNeXT customers will receive 20 GB of additional download volume on their extra-boost-accounts!

If you are into video games you can receive another 50 GB of free data volume through UseNeXT's cooperation with the creators of the brand new iPhone game „Demolition Dash“. All you have to do is finish the first three levels of the game.

So don‘t waste time! Guide Zilla on its destruction tour through 24 levels spread across eight beautifully designed metropolises around the globe! Annihilate enemies by jumping or using Zillas mighty roar and destroy all obstacles in your path!

is now available for iPhone and iPod touch and as for iPad and iPad 2!

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UseNeXT Freezone


From today, leading European Usenet provider UseNeXT’s Freezone will be accessible to everyone on the Internet. Users can access the platform via a special link from the UseNeXT homepage.
But what can users expect to find in the Freezone?
The Freezone is home to a lively mix of open source content such as freeware, the latest songs from upcoming bands and film trailers. But that's not all. Downloads from the Freezone do not take up any data volume, in other words – downloading from the Freezone means saving hard cash! It is therefore double the benefit for UseNeXT customers, as the Freezone also helps them keep their finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest trends.
Why not take a few minutes to discover the Freezone for yourself? You won’t regret it!
Please visit or for more information on UseNeXT and the new UseNeXT Freezone.

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