SOAX, the UK-based provider of proxy servers, has launched a new product – ISP proxies.
The product gives access to a pool of 100,000 datacenter-hosted proxy servers that are associated with internet service providers. These proxies should be faster than SOAX’s residential IPs and have a more predictable uptime.
SOAX’s ISP proxies can rotate with every connection request. Alternatively, it’s possible to create sticky sessions that last up to 24 hours.
For now, the proxies are all located in the US, with no option to specify particular cities. Both HTTP(S) and SOCKS5 protocols are available.
The ISP proxies charge for traffic. Their rates are 30-35% higher than the provider’s residential plans. Compared to other rotating ISP proxy services, SOAX outprices premium competitors like Oxylabs and NetNut at lower price points and remains competitive further on.
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SOAX’s ISP proxies are already available for purchase. You can get a not-quite-free trial with 100 MB of data for $1.99.