Who wouldn’t want unlimited downloads? The answer is Usenet providers. Unlimited downloads are an extreme advantage to end users but a costly expense for companies that provide them.
What does unlimited download really mean? Depending on the situation, this could mean users could download whatever they want, and as much as they want without being charged per megabyte or per gigabyte. Some Usenet providers have daily download limits and some have monthly download limits.
Usenet providers that have daily download limits prevent users from downloading over a certain amount in a given day. These values are typically reset every day a certain time.An unlimited account would typically allow these users to download all day/night long without interruption.
Providers that have monthly download limits will set a mega/gigabyte limit per month. A typical subscriber will get maybe 20 gigabytes for the month. Once the server calculates that this user has downloaded 20 gigabytes, service is terminated with the option to buy more gigabytes. An unlimited account with a monthly download limit would be super nice, preventing a repurchase in the middle of the month.
Unlimited Downloading at Fast Usenet
Unlimited downloads are a major commodity for end users in the Usenet environment. Not every provider offers an unlimited accounts. Places like Fast Usenet offer truly unlimited access for a reasonable, consumer-friendly price. If you have ever heard the term “more bang for your buck,” you’ve come to the right place.
For just $9.95/month you’ll get access to our Unlimited account which includes extra featires only offered with our service. Features such as 256bit SSL encryption, included newsreader with search, web browser news gateway, and a mobile device friendly newsreaders. Sign up for one of our great plans and see why more and more people are choosing Fast Usenet each and every day.