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Newshosting Reaches 1400 Days Of Retention
Jun 15, 2012 (03:06 PM EDT)
ASHBURN, Va., June 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- NEWSHOSTING, the recognized leader in Usenet newsgroup access, today announced a new record upon reaching 1400 days of retention. This upgrade comes at no additional cost for existing Newshosting customers.
Don't call it a comeback. As the original "social network," Newshosting's text discussion groups make it possible for you to exchange ideas with other people around the world. Newshosting's 1400 days of retention and daily growth mean you no longer have to worry about your conversation disappearing.
Newshosting's Summer Special, a 21-day/ 30GB trial, is one of the largest Usenet trials available. The summer special is a 7-day increase over Newshosting's current 14-day free trial for new users. The 21-day/30GB free trial offer applies to all regularly priced Newshosting plans. If you're having trouble selecting a plan, check out our Plan Customizer to help you choose the plan that's right for you.
With all Newshosting plans, users can download the free Newshosting Usenet Browser. The Newshosting browser allows users to search, browse and preview Usenet content with unprecedented ease. Many Usenet browsers require a complicated configuration process. With the Newshosting Usenet Browser, there is nothing to configure, just login and begin your Usenet experience. For more information on the Newshosting Browser, visit our QuickStart Guide.
In the last two years alone, Newshosting has seen retention rates rise from 250 days to 1400 days. Recent hardware upgrades to Newshosting's servers and networks in North America and Europe allow Newshosting to spool up to a full 1400 days retention with 99%+ article completion over a lightning-fast, secure Usenet connection.
Newsgroup retention rate is the length of time that a post is available to subscribers. 1400 days of retention means that Newshosting subscribers can access posts that were added to Usenet newsgroups up to 1400 days ago.