Giganews Usenet Offers Special and improved Service to Verizon Newsgroup Subscribers


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Giganews, Inc., the world's foremost premium Usenet provider, today announced special discounts on Giganews® Usenet service for Verizon customers affected by the elimination of Usenet service. Verizon announced that on September 30, 2009, Verizon will discontinue its Usenet newsgroup service. Subscribers will not be able to access the Verizon newsgroup service after this date. Verizon customers currently connecting to Usenet groups via Verizon will have until September 30th to choose a new source of Usenet access. Giganews is offering several special pricing options to affected Verizon customers:

  • 50% off for 3 months of Giganews' most popular, unlimited Diamond Plan.
  • 20% off for 3 months of your choice of other Giganews plans, ranging from value to premium plans

If you are a Verizon customer looking at Usenet Services, please sign up for a 14 day free trial of the Giganews Usenet:

Giganews® Usenet is a global, public social networking community that enables its members to share discussions and user generated content on an unlimited number of topics. Today, Giganews Usenet represents over 100K (and growing rapidly) multimedia Internet channels and interactive discussion which is accessed by tens of millions of people from over 180 countries.

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