Below is an up to date list of free Usenet trials. Newsgroup services are willing to offer free trial accounts in hopes you enjoy the service and continue on as a customer. The table below shows the term for each free Usenet trial. This is the number of days you can use the service before the trial ends.
Let’s start with Usenet providers headquartered in the United States.
|750 GB||3,800 days|
|50 GB||3,800 days|
|10 GB||3,800 days|
|10 GB||2,357 days|
|10 GB||3,800 days|
- Newshosting Trial – the Newshosting free newsgroup trial includes 750 GB of downloads over 7 days. Newshosting offers a Usenet client with built-in search, high binary retention, and VPN service.
- Easynews Trial – the Easynews free newsgroup trial includes 50 GB of downloads over 14 days. Gain full access to the Easynews web interface.
- UseNetServer Trial – the UseNetServer free newsgroup trial includes 10 GB of downloads over 14 days. UNS offers high binary retention, 20 connections, SSL and global search.
- Giganews Trial – the Giganews free Usenet trial includes 10 GB of downloads over 14 days. Giganews includes extra services with the account.
- Newsdemon Trial – the Newsdemon free Usenet trial includes 15 GB of downloads over 7 days. Newsdemon offers 50 connections and Newsbin.
Usenet fans in Europe recognize the advantage of using a Usenet provider in the region. Dutch newsgroup services offer the best speed (up to 800 Mbps) for users in the region. Those in the United States can expect slower speeds since the NNTP servers are located in The Netherlands or Germany.
|7 days||3,500 days|
|14 days||1,100 days|
|7 days||1,100 days|
- Eweka Trial – the Eweka free Usenet trial includes unlimited downloads over 7 days. Eweka offers speeds up to 300 Mbps.
- XS News Trial – the XS News free newsgroup trial includes unlimited downloads over 14 days. XS News offers speeds up to 800 Mbps.
- Pure Usenet Trial – the Pure Usenet free Usenet trial includes unlimited downloads over 7 days. Pure Usenet offers speeds up to 800 Mbps.