Please be advised that rogers is discontinuing its usenet service as of December 15, 2005.
Internet technology is constantly changing. usenet was one of the earliest forms of user discussion on the Internet, but today has largely been replaced by blogs, instant messaging, personal web pages and other tools. As a result, fewer and fewer people are accessing usenet.
Therefore, rogers has decided to stop providing usenet service to rogers Yahoo! customers.
To stay at the leading edge of new technology, we’ve introduced new and better ways to communicate – all available at no additional charge to rogers Yahoo! customers:
Personal web pages
Customers with a continuing desire to read or post usenet text messages or who wish to access usenet binary groups can subscribe to third-party usenet service providers such as Giganews (our supplier up until the point when we discontinue usenet) who offer a full usenet service on a paid basis: »www.giganews.com/
Once again, thank you for your loyalty to rogers and your continued business.
- rogers Yahoo! Hi-Speed Internet