Here are our impressions of Sunny Usenet.
Sunny Usenet Review: In a Nutshell
Sunny Usenet: The Good
- Very affordable, with prices starting at just €1,43 and maxing out at €6,23
- 7-day free trial offered, allowing new users to try the service before committing
- Unlimited data on all of their plans
- Speeds start at just 5Mb/s, but their most expensive plan has no speed caps
- Free 256-bit SSL encryption on all connections, keeping you secure
- Accepts Bitcoin payments for those wanting truly anonymously access to newsgroups
Sunny Usenet Review: The Not-so-Good
- No servers in the United States
- Low retention rates, at just 900 days for binaries
- 5 to 20 connections, depending on the plan but this fine for most users
- No free newsreader or bundled VPN included
Sunny Usenet Review: Other Good to Know Info
- Based in Europe
- Omicron/Highwinds reseller
Sunny Usenet Special Deals
We don’t have any special deals for Sunny Usenet right now, but we’ll keep our eyes open! If you find anything we missed, please let us know in the comments.
Sunny Usenet Alternatives
- TweakNews – a top Usenet provider with servers in Europe, as well as in the US (having servers in both is great for your completions) and whose packages also include a free newsreader and VPN
- Eweka - Another Europe-based provider, with much better binary retention rates
- XS News – EU-based provider that offers both monthly and block plans at a great price
Sunny Usenet Review Wrap-Up
We hope this information on Sunny Usenet’s service and features helps you in your search for the perfect Usenet provider for your needs.
For even more info, you can check out their website directly at www.sunnyusenet.com/en
Want to see how Sunny Usenet compares to some of the other newsgroup providers out there? You’ll find it here.