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Proxies/VPN with RESIDENTIAL IP

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by darwin33, Jan 5, 2015.

  1. darwin33

    darwin33 Newbie

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    I'm looking for proxies or VPN with residential IP. No spoofing or fake rDNS please. Looking for 5 IP's.
     
  2. govindaraj

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    rental proxies means lot of available on google other do u need private proxies means just check market place lot of sellers available . . .
     
  3. hassan_isabad_subar

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  4. darwin33

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    Are they with RESIDENTIAL IP or Data center? Big difference here...
     
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    DIe$el Regular Member

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    Secretline.biz and CactusVPN offers residential IP and its very cheap too.
     
  6. marshallron

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    You looking for IP's for what purpose? as if you looking IP's for Some tools you have to tell the provider . because i remember I used a VPN Purchased with a link building tool & Bam..in 2 Hour I was Banned.
     
  7. Debian

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    I'm a residential vpn supplier.
     
  8. darwin33

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    You must be kidding me. Both have servers at data centers (dedicated hosting providers). I have tried totally 50 IP's and all I ended up is leaseweb, server.lu, edis and other server providers.
     
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  9. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If your looking for real residential services, I have them and I even tell you who I have:

    Andorra (Residential ISP: Servei de Telecomunicacions d'Andorra)
    Argentina (Residential ISP: Gigared, S.A.)
    Brazil (Residential ISP: CTBC / Algar Telecom)
    Canada (Residential ISP: Bell Canada)
    Chile (Residential ISP: GTD Internet, S.A.)
    China (Residential ISP: China Telecom)
    Costa Rica (Residential ISP: Radiografica Costarricense)
    Hungary (Residential ISP: Invitel Tavkozlesi Zrt.)
    India (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
    Israel (Residential ISP: Bezeq International)
    Italy (Residential ISP: Telecom Italia)
    Italy (Residential ISP: Tiscali)
    Italy (Residential ISP: KPNQ West Italia)
    Mexico (Residential ISP: Iusacell Wireless Broadband)
    Mexico (Residential ISP: Mega Cable, S.A. de C.V.)
    Moldova (Residential ISP: Orange, S.A.)
    New Zealand (Residential ISP: Voyager Internet, Ltd.)
    Norway (Residential ISP: Altibox)
    Panama (Residential ISP: Cable Onda)
    Romania (Residential ISP: RCS & RDS)
    Singapore (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
    Slovenia (Residential ISP: Tusmobil, D.O.O.)
    South Africa (Residential ISP: Mweb)
    Taiwan (Residential ISP: Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd.)
    United Arab Emirates (Residential ISP: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Co.)
    United Kingdom (Residential ISP: British Telecommunications)
    United States (Residential ISP: Comcast Cable - Massachusetts)
    United States (Residential ISP: Time Warner Cable - California)

    Residential VPN Services: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=15
    Residential Remote Desktops: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=17
    Residential SSHv2 Tunnels: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=18
     
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  10. darwin33

    darwin33 Newbie

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    25$ / month for 1 (one) provider is very expensive. Already replied in other thread.
     
  11. Debian

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    I doubt you find any professional residential provider thats cheaper than me.
     
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  12. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have expanded the residential proxy line through this BST thread:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies-sale/821545-unlimited-residential-proxies-adsense-facebook-account-farmers.html
     
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    Did you end up finding/deciding on a res proxy?
     
  14. Debian

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    Residential ip's outclass data center ip's in every way. With data center ip's any network admin can tell your faking your location and hiding behind a server. With a residential ip you look like a local natural user and it greatly increases your chances of keeping whatever account(s) that you currently have.
     
  15. Galleta

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    Real residential IPs are in more than 99% of cases dynamic (they change every 24hours automatically) and not static (static = IP does not change).
     
  16. akacash

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    That's not at all true. I'd say it's 50/50 on whether or not you have a dynamic IP. It has nothing to do with being "residential or data center". It has everything to do with your ISP. For example with Comcast you'll have a static IP that might not change for a full year, whereas with AT&T you'll be on a DSL line and able to change your IP basically as frequently as you'd like. It's worth noting these aren't "cure-all's". You're not going to magically pass through all these blocks and not have to worry about rates. All of the same rules apply to whatever you're using the proxies for. For instance, if you have an AT&T dynamic IP and you're creating accounts or posting something and you keep changing your IP it's probalby going to come from the same c-block, or the same subnet at the very least. Eventually you'll just burn the entire c-block of IPs, so you would want to use them the same way as any other proxies.
     
  17. Debian

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    I would agree here. Not many isp's are dynamic these days. I have a fiber optic isp where I live and after 9 months, 12 power outages, and roughly 300 modem turn ons/offs, that damned ip address is still the same one I started with. :)
     
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    Are you just going to spam every thread in the proxy section to let everyone know? What was the point in making that comment on this thread when it literally has NOTHING to do with what anyone was talking about?
     
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    He is likely trying to promote himself or a business or something. Why else would he be spamming like that?