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Gabija Fatenaite

Mar 26, 2020 1 min read

Since the beginning of Oxylabs, we kept working hard on building strong relationships with our partners in order to expand our residential proxy pool, covering as many countries as possible.

We are happy to announce that as of this day, we have over 100M residential IPs found globally. This means that Oxylabs has increased its pool to a world-leading number.

What does this mean to Oxylabs’ clients? 

  • They will have a broader and more precise spectrum of locations for scraping targets scattered all over the world. 
  • It offers you block-free scraping with much higher chances for successful requests.

So we would like to say a big thank you to our amazing team for working to the bone to keep the business growing, and a massive thank you to our partners, who agreed to join us on this journey and make this number to what it is today.

Want to know more about what are residential proxies? Check out our blog, and you’ll probably find all proxy related questions you might ask.

Feel like talking to a sales manager directly? Contact us, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. If you decided to start using Oxylabs’ residential proxies, register here, pick the plan that suits you, and start using our proxies today!

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About Gabija Fatenaite

Gabija Fatenaite is a Senior Content Manager at Oxylabs. Having grown up on video games and the internet, she grew to find the tech side of things more and more interesting over the years. So if you ever find yourself wanting to learn more about proxies (or video games), feel free to contact her - she’ll be more than happy to answer you.

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