What's a residential proxy?
A residential proxy is like a mask for your online identity. It uses real internet addresses from service providers and is connected to real places worldwide.
Can I get free residential proxies?
Free proxies might not protect your privacy. We suggest using HomeIP. With our "Pay as You Go" option, you pay only for what you use, starting from 1 GB.
Are residential proxies useful?
Yes, they're real and connected to actual places, which helps avoid online blocks and access content from different regions.
How do you count our residential IPs?
We calculate by checking our proxy pool, daily unique exits, and days in three months. The final number changes each month.
How are residential proxies different from VPNs?
Residential proxies change your online address, while VPNs hide your whole online connection. If you want extra security with proxies, pick the HTTPS ones.
How much do I pay for residential proxies?
Prices start at $3 for every GB you use. One-time users can choose "Pay As You Go." Regular users can get monthly or yearly plans.
What is "Pay As You Go"?
It's a way to use proxies without monthly fees. Buy only the amount you need on our dashboard. Remember, you can't use this with a monthly plan at the same time.
How long can I use one residential proxy?
They change often. If you want to use one longer, choose the sticky option. The default time is 10 minutes, but you can set it up to 30 minutes.
Can I try your proxies first?
We don't have a free trial, but you can test with "Pay As You Go" for $7/GB.
How can I pay?
We accept Credit Cards, PayPal, Alipay, and some cryptocurrencies.
What about refunds?
Refunds are available only for our self-service packages if:
It's your first buy.
You ask within three days of buying.
You've used less than 20% (or 10% for bigger plans) of what you bought.
Your account is in good standing.