Frequently Asked Questions
Why Datacenter IPv6 proxies?
Most of the Internet currently runs on IPv4. IPv6 is the next-generation protocol for the Internet. Because the Internet is running out of IPv4 addresses, the web is transitioning into IPv6. IPV6 proxies are suitable for various tasks like Automation of your Social Media channels or perhaps access to various restricted sites. Some of the sites like Amazon, Pinterest or Reddit may be restricting access with IPv6 Proxy.
Why Residential Proxies?
Residential proxy is basically an address provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). It uses residential IPs and it is used by the majority of legitimate proxy users. Residential proxies are ideal as a long term solution for people that are seeking consistency and stability. They provide us with most of the needed elements like IP rotation, super speedy bandwidth privacy and security for an approachable price tag.
Why Mobile Proxies?
Mobile proxies act similarly to residential proxies. It is essentially one IP address that is obtained from mobile operators like Vodafone, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon. Such a proxy does, however, use mobile data, as opposed to a residential proxy that uses broadband ISPs and home Wi-Fi. Mobile proxies are ideal for various automation purposes as well as ad verification, enhanced privacy, scraping and security during browsing.
Can proxies be replaced?
Proxies can be replaced if there are any technical issues or in extreme cases of failure. If proxies have been utilized, flagged or abused, we will withstand from any replacement operations.
Which payment supported?
We support PayPal, Card, Wire-transfer and Cryptocurrency payments.
What solutions do you offer?
At Proxy-Cheap, we offer data center IPv6, residential and mobile proxies tailored to your daily business or personal needs.
What solutions do you offer?
At Proxy-Cheap, we offer datacenter, residential and mobile proxies tailored to your daily business or personal needs.
Can I select a Proxy Location?
Yes, with all of our proxies you can choose the location that fits your purpose, please find more about locations available: Proxy Locations
Datacenter IPv6 proxies you can select based on Country.
Residential proxies you can select based on Country.
Jarvee proxies you can select based on City/Region.
Mobile proxies you can select based on State/Region.
How long does it take to receive my proxies?
How many accounts I can run on 1 Mobile / Residential / Datacenter Proxy?
With one Datacenter proxy we suggest to use 1 proxy per account.
With one Jarvee proxy we suggest to use 1 proxy per account.
With one Mobile proxy you can experiment and run up to 3 accounts, yet depending on the importance of your account it may be wise to stick to 1-2 accounts per proxy.
How often do Mobile and Residential Proxies rotate?
Our Mobile proxies rotate every 2-10 hours, while Jarvee proxies rotate every 1 to 4 days.
Are all of your proxies private and dedicated?
Do you support authentication by IP?
With Mobile proxies and Datacenter IPv6. Residential proxies has only username and password option.
Which protocol should I choose for Automation?
HTTPS is compatible with most of the automation tools like Jarvee, Nextpost, MP5, Alfred, Followplanner, GMT2, as well as suitable for web browsing purposes. While SOCKS5 is compatible with more protocols all over the internet and delivers better efficiency and more options for authentication.
What is SOCKS5 protocol?
SOCKS is an Internet protocol that exchanges network packets between a client and a server through a proxy server. SOCKS5 additionally provides authentication so only authorized users may access a server.
What is HTTPS protocol?
An HTTP Proxy serves two intermediary roles as an HTTP Client and an HTTP Server for security, management, and caching functionality. The HTTP Proxy routes HTTP Client requests from a Web browser to the Internet, while supporting the caching of Internet data. Hypertext transfer protocol secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, which is the primary protocol used to send data between a web browser and a website. HTTPS is encrypted in order to increase security of data transfer. This is particularly important when users transmit sensitive data, such as by logging into a bank account, email service, or health insurance provider.