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NetNut Decreases Residential & Mobile Proxy Prices

Cheaper entry plans, up to 60% better rates, still no pay-as-you-go. 

Adam Dubois

NetNut, the Israeli provider of web scraping infrastructure, has revised the pricing of its residential and mobile proxy networks. Both were made cheaper and more accessible for small-scale use. 

Residential Price Changes

NetNut has restructured its residential plans, decreasing their total prices and rates:

 New priceOld price
Starter$99 ($7.07/GB)$300 ($15/GB)
Production$499 ($6.65/GB)$800 ($8/GB)
Semi-pro$999 ($5.70/GB)$1,625 ($6.5/GB)
Professional$1,999 ($4.99/GB)$2,500 ($5/GB)
Master$3,750 ($3.75/GB)$4,000 ($4/GB)

Here’s a standardized comparison showing percentage change:

 New price/GBOld price/GBDifference
20 GB$15
50 GB$6.94$12-42%
100 GB$6.65$8-17%
250 GB$5.7$6.5-12%
500 GB$4.99$5
1,000 GB$3.75$4-6%

In a broader context, NetNut’s prices have become very similar to its premium competitors Bright Data and Oxylabs.

netnut residential price comparison june 2024

Mobile Price Changes

NetNut’s mobile prices have experienced similar changes, with nearly identical plan prices but slightly higher rates compared to the residential product.  

 New priceOld price
Starter$99 ($7.6/GB)$400 ($20/GB)
Production$499 ($6.93/GB)$1,600 ($16/GB)
Semi-pro$999 ($6.12/GB)$3,500 ($14/GB)
Professional$1,999 ($5.88/GB)$5,500 ($11/GB)
Master$4,500 ($4.5/GB)$8,000 ($8/GB)

Here’s a standardized comparison showing percentage change:

 New price/GBOld price/GBDifference
20 GB$7.6$20-62%
50 GB$7.35$18-59%
100 GB$6.93$16-57%
250 GB$6.12$14-56%
500 GB$5.88$11-46.5%
1,000 GB$4.5$8-44%

Once again, NetNut’s mobile proxy network now costs effectively the same as its premium peers, Bright Data and Oxylabs. 

netnut mobile price comparison june 2024

Bottom Line

NetNut was one of the last proxy vendors to join the price race. Other companies have undergone two, sometimes even three price reductions in the span of the year. 

Either way, the revision makes NetNut much more attractive to users with smaller needs, even if its bulk pricing has remained effectively the same. One major thing that remains missing is the ability to pay as you go. But maybe that, too, will come in due course? We’ll have to wait and see.

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