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About the Usenet
The Usenet is a worldwide network that was developed parallel to the Internet. Its main focus is on the information exchange of a multitude of subjects, organized in so called newsgroups. Even though an Internet connection is necessary to access the Usenet, it is a stand-alone platform.
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The subjects that are being discussed on the Usenet are organized in so called newsgroups. Each newsgroup has its own subject and the users can exchange ideas on the respective subject. Therefore, newsgroups can be compared to subjects in Internet forums (so called threads). All registered users can participate in the discussions.
Just like a browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) is needed in order to access the Internet, the Usenet requires a so called newsreader. The newsreader allows you to find specific contents on the Usenet and to take part in discussions.
The Usenet and the Internet have been invented almost simultaneously and their expansion is comparable to each other. However, as decentralized structures emerged, the Usenet became more and more confusing for new users. This shortcoming has been removed during the course of the years so that accessing the Usenet with our service is now really easy.
Accessing the Usenet you can find help for a variety of issues, take part in discussions or recall data.
Once you have found a newsgroup that is of interest for you, you can post an article. That means that you create a message with your contribution to the topic. You can find more detailed information on how to post articles in your newsreader's instructions.
Your account must be activated once for uploading, if you wish to post data files in the Usenet. Please be aware this activation is possible no earlier than 30 days after registering for UseNeXT.
Simply send an email with the following information to email@example.com, in order to have the upload function activated:
- customer number or username
- email address, which was given during registration
- the last 3 digits of bank account / credit card number, which was entered during registration
Generally it is not possible to upload data with the Tangysoft Client. UseNeXT does offer the access to the Usenet, however does not operate own servers, on which you can load data files.
Uploading contents protected by copyright is indictable. Please report any data, which you feel is against prevailing law, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the abundance of files on the Usenet we are unfortunately not able to search for illegal or copyrighted files ourselves. Therefore, we need your assistance in that matter. If you find such files, please report them to email@example.com.
The registration process
After successfully registering, you will be immediately redirected to the member's area and automatically logged in. There you can select from a number of different newsreaders and we recommend the Tangysoft Client.
In the case of the Tangysoft Client, all you have to do is download it, install it and log in - then you can start enjoying UseNeXT right away!
We will also send you an e-mail with the subject "Your login data for UseNeXT" for your records.
As soon as we have received your registration form you will receive your login data directly by e-mail. This provides access both via the member's area on www.usenext.com and the newsreader you are using.
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You can pay using your credit card or PayPal.
You can sign up for our free trial plan once. It allows you to try our service for free for 14 days. Apart from the costs for your Internet connection no further costs are included. Fees are levied after the free trial period. If you do not like our service you can finish you subscription at any time during the free trial period - no fees will be charged in this case.
You can find the membership fees for our full subscriptions here.
In order to sign up with UseNeXT you have to be of legal age. In addition, you need to have a valid e-mail address and a credit card or a PayPal account.
Yes, the service that is offered from UseNeXT is perfectly legal.
UseNeXT is an access provider that offers you access to the Usenet. This is comparable with the services of an Internet Provider.
The information on the Usenet is stored on numerous servers that do not belong to us. We have no influence on the files that are found and uploaded. We only provide access.
We leave it to the customer to know what they are downloading from the Usenet. We also encourage users who have download data that they feel violates the law to immediately report it at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the free trial period you can switch to one of our full subscriptions at any time. In order to simplify this process for you we already collect your payment data during the registration. Of course, your credit card or a PayPal account will only be charged if you decide to use our service after the trial period.
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