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GIVEAWAY: Free Premium Binverse Usenet Accounts

In the next one week, TechSling Weblog has teamed up with Binverse to make available 3 free premium Usenet accounts worth approximately $100. Binverse provides an all-in-one Usenet solution offering blazing fast Usenet access, easy-to-use free newsreader software, and a powerful built in search engine that makes it easier than ever to download files and messages from Usenet on Windows and Mac OS X.

Key Points About Usenet

  • Usenet was created in 1979 by two university students looking for a way to share “news”.
  • Usenet quickly grew into the largest Internet discussion community a full 10 years before the World Wide Web was created in August 1991.
  • Long before online forums, you could find lively discussion groups on just about any topic imaginable. Usenet is the place where the World Wide Web was announced by Tim Berners-Lee, Linus Torvalds announced Linux and Mark Andreessen unleashed the Netscape browser. And where some popular Internet sites like IMDb got their start.
  • The Usenet “newsgroups” are still very active with large companies like Mozilla still choosing to announce major projects through Usenet.
  • Usenet used to be provided for free by Universities and Internet Service Providers, but is now offered primarily through Premium Usenet Providers. These premium providers, such as Binverse, have greatly increased the scale and speed of Usenet.

Key Points About Binverse

Binverse is one of the top premium Usenet providers in the U.S. with a 5 Star rating from Tucows. It  makes downloading from Usenet simple, secure and fast. The key points are presented below.

  • Speed – Binverse does not cap your download speed. You can download as fast as your Internet connection will allow.
  • Selection – With more than 800 Terabytes of user uploads available, you can find almost anything you are looking for. Binverse retains posts on our servers indefinitely, meaning the selection keeps growing every day.
  • Security – Every Binverse account comes with 256-bit SSL server connections. This is the same level of security provided by your bank online. This is a feature that many other providers charge extra for.
  • Search – Binverse comes with a built-in search engine which makes finding what you’re looking for on Usenet easy. This is a feature that many providers leave out.
  • Software – Binverse’s advanced Usenet software allows you to preview Audio, Video & Image files before you download, so you can make sure you get the right file the first time. Software comes pre-configured. Just fill in your user name and password and you are ready to download.
You can find more information about Binverse Usenet accounts here. Meanwhile, please note that Binverse does not endorse or condone the use of their products for illegal activity or copyright infringement. 

How To Enter Giveaway

We have tried to make the entry process as simple and straightforward as possible. You can choose one or all of the following 4 ways to enter. Please note that the maximum number of entry points per participant is 10.

  • Worth 5 Entries: Write a blog post/review about this technology blog (TechSling Weblog) or giveaway on your Website, blog or an online forum.
  • Worth 2 Entries: Follow @techsling on Twitter and tweet “Hope I win a free Binverse Usenet account on @techsling #techslinggiveaway
  • Worth 2 Entries: Like TechSling on Facebook and share this article with your friends on Facebook.
  • Worth 1 Entry: Retweet this article on Twitter.
  • Bonus Entry (1): Subscribe for regular updates and giveaway notifications [CLICK HERE].

Eligibility: The contest is open to everyone

Duration: This contest will run for 1 weeks i.e. 16 December 2011 to 22 December 2011 (09.00 GMT). Winners will be chosen randomly and announced on this article on 22 December 2011. Notification and license keys will be sent by email to the 3 lucky winners. The more entries you get, the more your chances of winning.

IMPORTANT: Leave a comment below if you have entered for this contest including proof of participation i.e. URL of tweets and Web links. Email info [at] techsling [.] com, if you have any questions. Goodluck!!!

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  1. vhick

    December 17, 2011 at 7:51 am

    Thank you for the giveaway!

    Follow on Twitter and like in Facebook, also sharing this wonderful giveaway!!/vj_onix/status/147944796655337474

    Also, subscribe to email newsletter.

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  3. Admin

    December 21, 2011 at 11:37 am

    Thanks guys. One more day and our three lucky winners will be announced.

  4. Admin

    December 23, 2011 at 11:24 am

    Congratulations to our winners: Vhick, Dale L. and Greg! You’ll get a free premium Usenet account each.

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