UsenetServer Celebrates 3000 days of retention – Huge Giveaway

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Using our AToMiC Toolkit with a good Usenet provider such as UsenetServer can completely automate your home server media downloading and management. UsenetServer is my favorite provider not only because it offers the most value for money but it also includes 30 connections, unlimited speed, and free VPN access. In my opinion, apps such as CouchPotato, SickRage, Sonarr, etc. function better with Usenet to download media, rename them, organize them into folders, download posters and other artwork, and update your Kodi library. All without any intervention from you. Now, UsenetServer got even better and offers 3000 days of retention. [Read: What is Usenet and why is it better than Torrents?]

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UsenetServer 3000-day Account Giveaway

To celebrate the increase of retention time to 3000 days, we are hosting a giveaway for a 3000-day UsenetServer account. That's 8 years and 2 months (~$800 value) of unlimited usenet for free!!!

We recommend that you sign up for a free 14-day trial. At the end of the giveaway (November 15th, 2016), if you win, your trial account will be upgraded to a free 3000-day account by UsenetServer. What are you waiting for? Go ahead submit your entries using the widget below.

htpcBeginner.com 3000-day Usenet Account Giveaway - Sponsored by UsenetServer

Not seeing the giveaway widget? Submit your entries here.

Want more ways to win? UsenetServer is hosting another giveaway directly on their site and giving away 3 more 3000-day accounts. You could win one of the 4 accounts. Promote this page using the widget above and you could gain multiple entries and significantly increase your chances of winning. Goodluck!

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Anand

Anand is a self-learned computer enthusiast, hopeless tinkerer (if it ain't broke, fix it), a part-time blogger, and a Scientist during the day. He has been blogging since 2010 on Linux, Ubuntu, Home/Media/File Servers, Smart Home Automation, and related HOW-TOs.