Our tutorial section will show you step by step instructions on how to get several popular Usenet newsreaders configured with Fast Usenet's high speed servers. The tutorials make it easy for a new Fast Usenet member to get started.
See if Fast Usenet carries the newsgroup you are looking for with our Newsgroup search feature. Simply enter the name of the group you are looking for and we will tell you if we carry it. You can also enter generic keywords to find newsgroups by topic such as "politics".
The majority of your questions have been answered in our FAQ. If you are unable to find an answer to your question in our FAQ please contact us. We're standing by to help you.
At Fast Usenet we do our best to provide you with the highest quality Usenet service, but we also realize that there are still times when things can go wrong. We have setup several different support options. You can count on us to answer your questions quickly.
Now you can contact Fast Usenet with our toll free 1-800 number. We have customer service agents standing by to help you with your billing questions. We only handle billing issues over the phone. If you have any technical question please use one of our other contact methods such as e-mail or chat.
Fast Usenet offers live customer support via chat. Follow the link to chat with one of our Usenet support team members. They are standing by waiting to help.
The Fast Usenet Knowledge base is a categorized collection of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) and articles. You can read articles in this category or select a subcategory that you are interested in.
The web newsreader is a great tool used for viewing images and text groups directly from your web browser. Once you've signed up for a Fast Usenet account you will have access to the web newsreader from the members area.
The mobile newsreader gives you easy access to Usenet anywhere you go. Load up your favorite newsgroups directly from your mobile phone. With an easy to use interface accessing Usenet directly from your mobile device couldn't be easier.
To view the current status of our Usenet servers please visit the following link. If we are performing any maintenance or if we anticipate any down time that information will be posted here.