Will the proxies I get belong to me alone? In other words, will they be 100% private and no one will use them but me?

Yes, the mobile proxies are 100% private.

  1. Legal guarantee: Terms and conditions, drawn up by professionals in the field of IT legal services.
  2. In your mobile operator profile, you’ll be able to make sure that “extra” traffic isn’t consumed.
  3. In the Connection settings, you can check the “logs”, or in other words, sites that are visited through a proxy. logs_history_iproxy.png
  4. The project’s reputation and thousands of satisfied clients guarantee you the privacy of the proxies you launch.
How fast is iProxy?

The proxy speed depends on your phone’s Internet speed. The speed through the proxy will be 10-15% less than the minimum incoming or outgoing speed. The speed through the proxy is affected not only by the incoming, but also the outgoing one, since traffic is sent from your phone to the server.

Choose a mobile operator that provides the better quality in places the phone will be located.

The proxy speed is not constant and changes every second and depends on the total number of users connected to the tower you’re using. For example, in the evenings, the speed decreases since people come home from work and watch movies. At night, the speed once again increases.

Also, the Internet speed depends on the phone’s bandwidth: more expensive phones have a more powerful Internet receiver than cheap ones do, even if they both claim to support 4G. IProxy loads Youtube in HD quality no problem.

How do I check the speed of my proxies?

Connect to a proxy, click the link https://www.speedtest.net/ and check your speed.

What does the DNS depend on? My DNS doesn’t match the proxy’s GEO, what do I do?

Watch this video:

Can I boost the proxy’s speed? If so, how?

The proxy speed depends on the phone’s speed.

You can improve your phone’s speed in the following ways:

  • move to a place in the room where the Internet connection is better
  • try a different mobile operator
  • try a different (more powerful) phone
  • use a signal amplifier
What is Facebook’s stance on DNS? What will happen if the proxy’s GEO doesn’t match the DNS’s GEO?

As for Facebook, as well as other platforms, the proxy’s GEO not matching the DNS’s GEO should really affect the accounts trustworthiness.

For example, Russian mobile operators often use Finnish DNSs even when not using a proxy.

Try to log in from your phone without a proxy, using your mobile Internet on whoer.net and check the DNS. It’s highly likely the DNS will be Finnish. This means that situations where the proxy’s GEO doesn’t match the DNS’s GEO is nothing special, which is why Facebook also doesn’t regard it as anything unusual.

Does iProxy have any restrictions on the number of flows?

No, it does not.

A large number of flows are running when a regular web page is loading. Fonts, layout, pictures, ads, etc. are all loading. Each load is a separate flow. Thus, when loading a normal page, several flows are launched and are all operating simultaneously. IProxy has no restrictions regarding this number of flows.

Do you replace Passive OS Fingerprint (TCP/IP, pOf)?

Yes, we do. Please, visit our article to learn more.

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