Mobile IP’s are the same IP’s used by smartphones, tablets, and hotspots when someone isn’t on Wifi within their office, house or maybe a shop that has free Wifi. When you're using a mobile device chances are you get a different IP every time you go off of Wifi.

Residential IP’s are IP’s from houses/businesses and are usually from fiber, DSL, cable or satellite connections. The IP at a house or business can be considered static as you might keep it for long periods of time.

With our Mobile 5G network we offer 44 locations to choose from with Verizon Wireless and 4 locations with AT&T Wireless which you’re currently familiar with. The speeds range from 50-70Mbps and the IP’s are static until you either change the IP in the portal or you change to a different location.

We offer Rotating residential proxies.

Rotating means that you choose a geolocation you want, then you can keep it in that entire location and the IP’s will rotate around that location. EX: if you just choose United States you will get different IP’s in all 50 states and hundreds of cities. The IP’s will automatically change pretty frequently. Or you can drill down to say you want a specific city in the United States like Los Angeles. You can choose that which means your IP’s will all come from Los Angeles area.

Residential proxy has bandwidth limits. In the plans you can choose say 2GB of bandwidth or if you’re a heavy user and need more you can get 100GB of bandwidth. With Mobile there isn’t really a bandwidth limit unless you abuse it.

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