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Prepaid UseNet 1000GB (1TB) Block for $8.99 USD / $15 AU (Normally $20USD) @ Usenet Fire

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WKND-BLOCK

1TB Blocks $8.99
Blocks do not expire
UNE Backbone "usenetexpress"
Promo Code: WKND-BLOCK
Order Directly: https://usenetfire.com/account/cart.php?a=add&pid=17
No Limits, order as much as you need! Offer valid through 3.29.20
Feel free to also join their discord for any questions https://discord.gg/wPV9XwT

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  • -3 votes

    Are they file server?

    • +1 vote

      "Usenet: You connect to fast, specialised, dedicated servers that are designed and optimised for downloading large files. Such servers are always available, 24 hours a day."

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet. I can't really say anymore..

      ==The First Rule of Usenet is we don't talk about usenet==

  • +1 vote

    is Rod Speed still online? and 'michaelj'unofficial Telstra spokesman/apologist?

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    how many hours of porn will that cover?

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      more than your hand could possibly handle. Better ways to find prawns. PrawnHub is offering free premium at the moment, and vs usenet, you never watch a full prawn, so streaming is more efficient…

  • +1 vote

    Just a shout-out on my experience with this mob.

    I use Newsleecher v3.9 Beta5, which is very old, but I prefer it over the newer free v7.0 final.

    Both of these, though, refuse to connect with a secure connection. Support tells me it's because they have disabled an old version of the protocol, but I have no problems connecting with the half dozen other providers I have used in the last 6 months.

    Funnily enough, it works in NZBGet, but has a high failure rate on most NZB's I download from Drunken Slug, some as high as 75%, but usually down around the 25% if there's errors to be found.

    I won't be going back to these guys.

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      I listed it because of the deal itself, rather than a recommendation on their services. Their sign up process is very nosy vs others with what they want to know. Someone called them out over it on reddit.

      • +2 votes

        I have no issues with you posting the deal.

        Even dodgy companies can have a deal worth posting. I was just giving my personal experience.

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