There are two proxy types in the system:
- mobile
- wifi (residential)

Mobile - this type means that if you use such type of proxy for accessing the internet, then you will get the IP that belongs to the mobile operator selected, and all websites will see you as a user accessing through a mobile provider by 3g/4g/LTE. Mobile IP is more trusted, and it is a few times less likely to be banned at any system when using Mobile IP than a usual Wifi (residential) one.


Wifi (residential) - this type means that when you access the internet your IP address will belong to a common residential internet provider. Our residential proxies in practice fit any tasks as they are clear.

In both cases, you get residential IPv4 addresses, i.e. IP addresses which are given to common internet users, and which are not server-based.

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