911 Proxy has closed. I need a similar alternative

Tilko

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There isn't such alternative, 911 system was really good
 

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maybe here is a good list,

dichvusocks
brightdata
Soax
stormproxies
webshare
hydraproxy
shifter
proxy-cheap
thesocialproxy
proxyrack
iproyal
I do miss 911 S5
911-Proxy-homepage-1536x771.jpg
 

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How was that work?
Pay as you go. There proxies validity is unlimited. It doesn't expire until you use them up. Like the credit model. I can buy 300 credits snd if I didn't use it for even 20 years, I still have access. No expiry. Once you select a location, that is one credit spent.

Such pricing was useful for someone like me who doesn't consume residential proxies voraciously or daily. No need for monthly subscription and that's super cool.
 

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I do miss 911 S5
911-Proxy-homepage-1536x771.jpg
I checked dichvusocks. It's close in terms of credit pricing model similar to 911. They also have windows app to use. But their website is pathetically slow.

Edit:
And I see most people bitch about their service not working.
 
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They don't offer per credit pricing system like 911 did. That's a turn off for me when buying residential proxies.
How does it work then? Was planning on checking it out when home
 

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