Internode Launches Free Usenet Service

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Broadband company Internode is now providing its customers with free access to Australia’s premium Usenet service.

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Usenet is a globally decentralised discussion and file-sharing system that allows users to read and post public messages and files to newsgroups.

The world’s most popular Usenet services include Giganews, Astraweb and Supernews.

Due to a recent acquisition, Supernews has morphed into Giganews, resulting in much longer retention of binary articles. Internode has also added Astraweb Usenet to its network at no additional cost, providing an alternative Usenet service to Giganews.

By offering the ‘Premium Usenet’ service in Australia on a cost-included basis, Internode allows its customers to subscribe to a Usenet service without having to establish a separate Usenet account with a US company. The only download limit is the one that exists on their Internode broadband plan.

Internode managing director Simon Hackett said Internode was providing its customers with free access to one of the great information resources on the Internet. “With Internode now giving its customers the choice to access Giganews or Astraweb – or both – it’s a much better service at no extra cost,” he said

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