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I have a Mac or Linux computer - is there special software available?


First Steps

Yes, there are several newsreader programs across all operating systems. We do show a few recommended programs with download links in our member area, including software for MacOS and Linux.

To set up a newsreader for our service, you need to configure the newsreader using the following data.

By connecting to the high speed newsserver, you can usually use the full bandwidth of your internet connection. By connecting to the flatrate server, your download speed will be limited to up to 2.000 kbit/s, but you will not use up any of your highspeed volume.

Highspeed (maximum download speed):


Newsserver: high.usenext.de
Port: 119/443 (Port 563 if using SSL encryption)
Your username (avi-xxxxxxxxxxx-xxx)
Your password


Flatrate (up to 2.000 kbit/s without using highspeed data volume):

Newsserver: flat.usenext.de
Port: 119/443 (Port 563 if using SSL encryption)
Your username (avi-xxxxxxxxxxx-xxx)
Your password

Your username and password have been sent to you after signing up (email with the subject line "Your login data for UseNeXT"). In case you deleted the email or lost your login data, you can have them resent by entering the email address you signed up with on our password reset page.


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