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All the NewsLeecher plans come with 14 days of free service ( Unlimited SuperSearch / SuperLeech and up to 14GB TRIAL Usenet transfer ). If you cancel ( after signup, canceling can easily be done from the members area ) the plan within 14 days of signup, you will be charged nothing. If you do not cancel within 14 days of signup, the selected plan will automatically renew and you will be charged for that plan so you can continue to use the associated services without any limits.

October 5, 2018

(Yes we are still alive here!) During the next couple of days, the SuperSearch search service might be a bit unstable, as we are working on implementing major improvements to the search engine that will lead to much better search results for most users.

The improvements are primarily meant to supplement new features in upcoming NewsLeecher V8.0 release, but we are looking into making it compatible with older releases of NewsLeecher as well.

January 11, 2018

As you might have experienced, the NewsLeecher website ( and sporadically also the NewsLeecher search service ) has been down a lot during the last few days time.

After having worked non-stop for the last 24 hours time, trying to locate and fix the issues causing the instabilities, it finally seems like we got them tracked down and sorted. So operations are back to normal now.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused by these technical issues.

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