Choosing a datacenter proxy provider is an important business decision that should be given considerable time and effort. You can’t just sign up with the first proxy provider you see on the internet. There has to be intensive research and testing involved before finally coming to a decision. When doing your research, you should also know what to look for so it’s important to ask these questions:
- Do I really need all the features included in the package?
- Is the provider reliable?
- Will I get my money back if things don't work out?
- Is there someone I can talk to in easily if I encounter technical issues?
There may be more questions you can ask, depending on your business needs, such as a specific server location you are looking for, but these are the most basic ones. To better help you in this crucial decision, we have compiled a side by side comp[a comparison between Limeproxies and SharedProxies in the table below:
|Dedicated IPs||Yes (with all the plans)||No|
|Speed||1 Gbps||1 Gbps|
|Locations||22+ Countries||US only|
|Authentication Method||Username and IP based||IP based|
|Money-back Policy||Yes (within 3 days)||No|
|Protocols||HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS5||HTTP, HTTPS|
|24/7 Live Chat Support||Yes||No|
|Dedicated Account Manager||Yes||No|
In one glance, you can already tell that Limeproxies offer a lot more features than SharedProxies, although both of them have the basic ones. The question to ask at this point is, “Do I really need all these features that Limeproxies has to offer?”
All these features are very important to every proxy user, no matter the use case. Find out more about them below: