Giganews Upgrades Connections to Increase Speed on All Service Plans!


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Giganews, Inc., the world's foremost premium Usenet provider, today announced major service upgrades on all Usenet accounts. Members subscribing to Giganews' premium Diamond plan will get 30 additional connections for a total of 50 simultaneous connections per account - more than any Usenet provider in the world. All other service plans have been upgraded to 20 connections per account.

Giganews members with high-latency links have requested more connections to help them wring as much speed as possible out of downloads. Giganews members with low-latency links have requested extra connections in their Usenet client for group updates and header downloads. With this change, Giganews is ensuring that the number of connections is no longer a barrier to unlimited Usenet speed for any of our members, said Elizabeth Kintzele, Director of Sales and Affiliate Marketing at Giganews. Kintzele added,

"As a Premium Usenet Service Provider, we constantly improve our service to ensure our members have the best Usenet experience on the planet. While increasing connections is a major improvement, in the near future we will announce a new service offering that will truly solidify our premium status."

With current retention across binary newsgroups at 337 days and continuing to spool to 365 days, Giganews provides the longest retention in the industry. Today's announcement increases the speed with which Giganews Usenet customers can access Usenet newsgroups.

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