Free Usenet Trial Servers with Unlimited Speed
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Don’t know which Usenet provider to pick? Try Usenet trials.
The best way to find out which provider suits your needs, without paying. Over two months worth of free premium Usenet.

  1. Pick a free Usenet trial:

    14 days unlimited speed and data with XS News
    Click on “Test 14 days for free now” and finish step 2.

    14 days access with UseNeXT
    Unlimited speed 250GB data and finish step 2.

    14 days or 30GB free access with Newshosting
    Does not matter which plan type you choose and finish step 2.

    14 days or 10GB Usenet access with Easynews
    Does not matter which plan type you choose and finish step 2.

    14 days or 10GB free access with UsenetServer
    3 Day High-Speed (Plus) does NOT give you a free trial, all other plan types do and finish step 2.

  2. Add contact and payment info (Paypal, credit card, debit card). Huh, need to pay? No, the chosen amount for authorization is applied as Pending, but is not charged.

    If you decide to use beyond the 14 days or download beyond the limit, you are then charged the amount of the plan that you chose. You then have 30 days on your new account (for monthly accounts). Data limit only applies to Newshosting, Easynews and UsenetServer.

 

In short, the free Usenet trial is at NO charge, as the authorization is not charged if you decide to cancel.

free usenet serverNotice: Be aware that you pick a plan where “Free Trial” has a green check!

Want the cheapest premium unlimited Usenet provider access?
Cancel your free Usenet trial in time and sign up with heavy discount on the UNLIMITED data/speed offers on your right.

If you pay attention to the below Newshosting control panel screenshot, you will see the amount is PENDING and not charged. Everything else speaks for itself, like remaining quota in KB.

newshosting control panel

Control panel

If you are still looking for a fully automated and great Usenet client for Windows, OSX, Linux, Unix or BSD, check out the Sabnzbd setup guide on Ubuntu Linux.

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