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    Red face FREE Cloud Usenet service ?

    Hi,

    I have found a site called https://usenet.cloud that downloads binary news from usenet to cloud.

    has anyone used this ? confirm me please.

    It is too good to be true!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackob12 View Post
    It is too good to be true!
    These services use the same business model as Dropbox, Spotify or just about any free Web hosting: offer a free service that's decent, a paid one that's much better, and hope the former will lure you to the latter. Whether this ends up being "too good to be true" depends on how many people shell out cash - if not enough, they can't continue operating, shut down and disappear (this happened to at least four other similar ones).

    Anyway, I tried it with a small file and it worked. Here are the differences between the free and paid tiers.

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    yeahh, it worked me too :)

    very recommended service, i used it without registration required!

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    Hi,

    I read that a NZB file is the equivalent of a torrent file (it tells you what files you will download but doesn't contain the actual files).
    in the screenshot, I see max NZB size 1 and 15GB.
    why?

    thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by molosse View Post
    I read that a NZB file is the equivalent of a torrent file (it tells you what files you will download but doesn't contain the actual files).
    in the screenshot, I see max NZB size 1 and 15GB.
    why?
    It refers to the total size of what you want to download, not the .nzb file itself.

    This service was also posted on FileSharing Talk, and someone made the following comment:

    I have send them a email asking more info about service, they said that data transfer has been increaded to 5GB per day, max filesize to 2GB and available cloud storage to 5GB.

    Maybe its a temporally promotion!! so lets to take advantage of this
    Also, here's a program you can use to split NZBs.
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