PHOENIX, Sept. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- EASYNEWS.COM, the world's leading provider of both browser-based and NNTP Usenet newsgroup access, today announced that it has reached 1500 days of retention on its NNTP service. Previously 1450 days NNTP retention, the additional 50 days benefits all subscribers at no added cost and delivers a 99+% completion rate across all newsgroup articles.
Alongside reaching the 1500 days retention milestone, Easynews also launched the "Easynews Account Lifetime Challenge" to honor its long-time global subscriber base. The contest runs through October 15 and will award a year's worth of free gigs to the longest-standing active account holder who comments on the Easynews Facebook page with his or her account lifetime stats. To show their appreciation for newer subscribers, Easynews will also award 3 randomly selected participants with 3 month's worth of free gigs. Further details on the contest and on how to enter can be found at the Easynews Account Lifetime Challenge page.
Additional service enhancements will be introduced in 2012 including Easynews control panel upgrades to offer more security and easier maintenance of your account features. The World Community Grid Gigs, Easynews Survey and Refer a Friend features will also be integrated into the control panel to give all Easynews subscribers opportunities to get free gigs.
Easynews invites all new users to test the world's leading provider of both browser-based and NNTP Usenet newsgroup access today with a free 14 day free trial.
Easynews is the world's original provider of NNTP based and Web based Usenet newsgroup access. Easynews also offers the most versatile online Usenet browser in the industry that allows users to search, preview and download files directly from their favorite web browser from any location in the world. With over 15 years of service to netizens worldwide, Easynews has a long-established and proud history of providing premium, all-inclusive Usenet access to its global subscribers.