Newsgroup-Binaries.com
 
Tuesday September 30, 2014 Tier 1 Newsgroup Service Provider
Fast downloads for Cable, DSL, T1 - No Daily Download Limits
 
 
 
  Best completion and retention on the planet!  
 

What is your average newsgroup retention and completion?

Is this service easy to use?

What happens when I reach my usage limit?

Do I have to use a newsreader to access your newsgroups?

How do I cancel my account?

Can I get additional help configuring my newsreader software?

I am getting "502 Authentication Error", what does this mean?

Why might another news server have a larger newsgroup list?

I need to update the billing information the credit card I am using with your service. What do I need to do?

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Q: What is your average newsgroup retention and completion?

A: Check our homepage for the latest usenet statistics on binary newsgroups. We have some of the highest newsgroup completion and retention on the planet.

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Q: Is this service easy to use?

A: Very easy, and our support staff are more than happy to further assist you in getting connected.

There are a lot of different news readers in use, but they all need the following to connect to Newsgroup-Binaries.com:

Server: news.newsgroup-binaries.com
Authentication: required
username: [login you received after signing up]
password: [password you received after signing up]

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Q: What happens when I reach my usage limit?

A: The newsgroup access will stop (you may receive a 502 error as well) and there are no further charges if you go over. If you find you need a higher usage limit contact us with your login, what new level you want, and when you want it effective.

 

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Q: Do I have to use a newsreader to access your newsgroups?

A: Yes, and you can use any newsreader application you want! MS Outlook Express, Xnews, Forte Agent, Newsrover are some of the more popular ones (find more at newsreaders.info).

If you're looking for a Web-To-News gateway we highly recommend these services:

My-Binaries.com - provides both NNTP and a web browser interface to thousands of newsgroups. Also works with WebTV and AOL users.
Usenet-Access.com - inexpensive NNTP and web-based newsgroup access. Great for beginners!

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Q: How do I cancel my account?

A: Click here to cancel the rebilling. If you have any trouble doing so, please contact us.

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Q: Can I get additional help configuring my newsreader software?

A: An emphatic yes! We are more than happy to provide assistance in configuring your newsreader software. We have instructions for more of the popular newsreaders available. We can also provide assistance for any newsreader software you may be using at the moment. Contact us today!

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Q: I am getting "502 Authentication Error", what does this mean?

A: Here are the most common reasons for authentication errors:

- If your login/password had been working for awhile and has suddenly stopped (especially after heavy participation in a newsgroup discussion forum), you may have reached your usage limit for the month. You can either wait for the limit to reset next month or contact us to see if we can customize a bigger download limit for you.

- If you're a new user or recently re-typed in your newsreader login and password settings, you have typed the login and/or password incorrectly. Please check your login and password (hand-type them in; do not copy/paste as extra spaces will cause login errors). If you continue to receive this error please contact us and include your newsreader login (username).

- Your subscription may have expired (especially if your credit card numbers or expiration date had changed recently). Please contact us so we can double-check for you.

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Q: Why might another news server have a larger newsgroup list?

A: The fact is, there are probably in excess of 100,000 newsgroups floating across 20,000+ news servers that exist on the Internet. In many cases, these additional groups are obsolete, bogus, empty, spam traps, redundant, or local groups that are not propagated by a particular new server

Newsgroup-Binaries.com list is updated on a daily basis, and new groups are routinely added either automatically via request through Usenet, or by the server administrators.

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Q: I need to update the billing information the credit card I am using with your service. What do I need to do?

A: You'll need to contact us -- don't forget to include your newsreader login in the email and please do not send credit card information via email. We will provide a secure way to update/change your credit card information.

Also, if you want a higher download limit than what your current newsreader login affords, please contact us as we can do so manually without having you to re-subscribe.

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