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Simply put, a shared proxy is an IP address that multiple clients use simultaneously. They’re often considered inferior compared to private proxies. Still, that depends on the usage scenario. Shared proxies can be a great solution for different online tasks. They’re also more affordable than other options.

Shared Proxies
Residential Proxies
From 0.80USD/GB
  • 180+ countries available
  • City/state targeting
  • Flexible rotation/sticky options
  • Traffic never expires
  • SOCKS5 supported
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Datacenter Proxies
From 1.30USD/proxy
  • 10Gbps speed
  • Unlimited bandwidth & threads
  • Not shared
  • API access
  • SOCKS5 supported
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Sneaker Proxies
From 0.80USD/proxy
  • 10Gbps speed
  • Unlimited Bandwidth & threads
  • Instant delivery
  • Unbanned on most websites
  • 1-day plans available
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Static Residential Proxies
  2.50USD/proxy
  • 10Gbps speed
  • Premium ISP providers
  • Unlimited bandwidth & threads
  • Not shared
  • SOCKS5 supported
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Why Might Shared Proxies Be the Right Solution for You?

People who just want to surf the web anonymously and avoid different types of web filters and restrictions often turn to shared proxies. They’re also a great option to access websites and services from different locations. This can be particularly useful for getting better deals on streaming services, airplane tickets, gadgets, etc.

On the other hand, if you run a business and want to protect your corporate network infrastructure from prying eyes, a shared proxy may be a good solution. As long as it offers enough bandwidth, you can use it as an additional security layer and even keep track of what your employees can and can’t access on the internet.

What to Consider Before Deciding Between Shared and Dedicated Proxies?

If you’re looking for the right type of proxy for your needs, there are a few things you should keep in mind before making the final decision. There are several types of proxies, each with its own pros and cons. Their pricing depends on your privacy needs, intended use, and budget. Here’s what you need to know before reaching for the wallet.

Dedicated Proxies Offer Better Security

Shared proxies are often free or really cheap. As their name suggests, you share them with other people on the internet, and you never know who’s on the other end. Free shared proxies are often a front for hackers and spammers who watch your traffic. If you don’t know who’s running the service, you’re risking your sensitive company data or personal information (credit cards and other sensitive data).

With private, dedicated proxies, you don’t need to worry about any of this. Each proxy is reserved just for you and uses authenticated access, so there’s no sharing. You don’t have to worry about others using the same IP as you and what they’re doing with it. More importantly, as long as you pick a reliable proxy service, you can rest assured that your private data stays private at all times.

They’re Also Faster and More Reliable

The key feature of shared proxies is right in their name – they’re shared among multiple users. If multiple users perform bandwidth-intensive tasks on a single proxy, it often leads to frustratingly low speeds. Once the demand gets really high, a shared proxy may stop working altogether, sometimes right when you need it the most. 

When you get a dedicated datacenter or residential proxy, your provider gives you your own username and password, or they use your IP address for authentication. That means you have full control over who’s using your proxy, when, and what they’re doing with it. More importantly, you don’t have to worry about your internet speeds and lack of service due to heavy load demands.

You Don’t Have to Worry About Spam and Ads

No service is really free, and this is often the rule for free shared proxies. You may not pay for it with money, but the provider may sell your personal data (like your email address) to spammers and hackers. If the service is free – you’re the product. That golden rule applies here too.

Private proxies keep your personal information protected on both ends. A premium proxy service will never compromise your data and you also make sure your IP address and traffic stay safe no matter what you’re doing online. In most cases, you will pay for this type of proxy, but it will cost you nothing more than the provider’s asking price.

Pricing Differences

Proxy pricing can vary greatly. You can get share proxy lists for free, while a good private proxy usually has a monthly or a one-time-only price. It’s safe to say that a private proxy will be more expensive in most cases. After all, you’re paying for speed, reliability, and peace of mind.

Before selecting the right service, don’t forget to check if the price covers customer support. It doesn’t matter if you’re a company looking to protect its infrastructure or an individual trying to avoid content blocks on your favorite streaming site. Knowing that you have help available 24/7 in case you have an issue you can’t deal with yourself is very important.

FAQ
They are! The main purpose of our proxies is to ensure the privacy of our clients stays protected at all times. Whether it's avoiding IP-based bans, location-related blocks, or using a proxy as an additional security layer, our proxies get the job done.
Absolutely. Our dashboard offers everything our clients may need, from traffic monitoring to proxy customization. Once you get an active subscription, you can monitor your usage statistics through the "Overview" section in the dashboard.
At the moment, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal, and Bitcoin for 100% safe and secure transactions.
You can. We have our own residential proxy pool with real devices and IPs all over the globe. You can select a specific country, region, or even some cities if you wish.
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