Supernews (Usenet provider)
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Its website is available in English, French, German, and Dutch.
Supernews offers individual users one plan for its Usenet newsgroups service:
- Unlimited GB Usenet
- Unlimited Speed — 1000 Mbit/s and faster
- Servers in North America and Europe
- 256-Bit SSL Encryption
- 2273 days of Binary Retention & 4153 days of Text Retention (as of November 5, 2014 with daily increases)
- 30 Connections
- 24-Hour Customer Support
- Payment methods: Visa, PayPal, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and iDEAL
- March 18, 2010 – to 400 days
- August 19, 2010 – to 500 days
- January 12, 2011 – to 800 days
- July 8, 2011 – to 1,058 days with daily incrementation following.
- December 15, 2011 – continuing with the daily incrementation since July 8, 2011 the retention was upgraded to 1,217 days.
- September 5, 2013 – as of this date binary retention is 1,847 days, while text retention is 3,727.
- 1995: Supernews was founded in 1995 by Remarq Communities.
- 1998: Supernews changed its name to RemarQ Communities in 1998.
- 2000: Remarq was acquired by Critical Path and changed its name back to Supernews.
- 2007: SuperNews expands its network and opens a European Data Center in Amsterdam, connecting to the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).
- 2010: Supernews accepts Euro payments via iDEAL
- "Supernews Becomes RemarQ, Begins Usenet Promotion". Retrieved 1998-12-07. Check date values in:
- "Critical Path Grabs Messaging Firm RemarQ". Retrieved 2000-01-31. Check date values in:
- "Supernews Expands Network and Opens European Data Center". Retrieved 2006-09-06.