HARLEY HAHN'S USENET CENTER
Binverse is unlike any other Usenet provider in that it offers everything you need in one package: Usenet access, software, and a built-in Usenet search facility.
The strength of Binverse is its free software: a powerful tool that integrates seamlessly with Binverse's exclusive Usenet search facility (also free). I have tested a lot of Usenet services, and I can tell you, categorically, there is no easier way to search Usenet and download what you want than by using Binverse.
Indeed, the Binverse system is so easy to master and works so well, I chose to use it on my special Usenet page for beginners, Harley Hahn's Usenet Quick Start Guide. (There's a link below.)
As good as Binverse is for beginners, it is also an excellent Usenet provider for experienced users who care about speed and bandwidth. The service is good, the prices are competitive and, as you would expect, you can use Binverse with your favorite newsreader, just as you would with any other Usenet provider.
Binverse has a variety of competitively priced plans and everyone gets a free 3-day trial, so you can try out the system at no cost before you make up your mind.
My guess is that, if you take advantage of the 3-day free trial, you'll end up staying with Binverse.
I'm also going to guess that — even if you are a veteran who is comfortable with the most complex Usenet newsreaders — there will be times you'll be glad you have the Binverse software, because it is so easy-to-use and so powerful.
Summary: If you want Usenet access that is fast and simple, Binverse is your best choice. Even if you have never used Usenet before, you can, literally, sign up, install the software, and be using Usenet to search for binaries in less than 10 minutes (see the Quick Start Guide below). If you are an experienced user with your own newsreader, Binverse provides fast, economical access with a 3-day free trial.
Special instructions: If you are new to Usenet, I recommend that you start by reading:
As I mentioned above, the Quick Start Guide uses Binverse software and, since you get a 3-day free trial, it won't cost you anything to experiment.
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