UK based company launches a revolutionary SaaS proxy API. The software as a service (SAAS) allows customers to access 1000’s of unique proxies from around the world. getproxylist.com offers a fresh proxy to each customer upon each request.
The CEO at the firm stated “we’re excited to finally launch our service, after months of testing and development the service is finally live and ready to serve, we’ve had a huge spike in traffic since the launch, and the traffic continue to increase every day”.
The service clearly offers some unique selling points. The service is completely free, however the free package only allows 25 free requests a day (this is the number of proxies you can request per day). An Evaluation package that lasts for a 24 hour trial period for $1.95. The full package costs a reasonable $14.95 per month which allows for an unlimited number of requests and each api key generated is accessible for the length of subscription. The subscription can be easily cancelled from the user dashboard and will only bill for a one month rolling cycle.
Unlike other services, access to the service is instant and is accessed via web browser. Each proxy is regularly tested to verify its availability, this gives customers confidence that each proxy offered will be working as required. The service clearly has a large number of proxies to offer which is boasted on the website homepage. With over 100 different countries and 10s of thousands of proxies, this service is one of the largest providers on the web.
The service offers a wide range of filters that ensure that the customer finds the proxy they require. Some filters include cookie support, country, proxy type and level of anonymity, therefore, whatever requirements a customer may need, this vast proxy service will offer a dedicated solution.
Getproxylist offers secure payment via debit or credit card, whilst accepting multiple currencies. The service is hoping to also offer the revolutionary bitcoin payment in future for users that prefer to stay anonymous to the service. 24-hour email support is also offered by the dedicated support staff. Although the company has not disclosed any information in regards to further development the service looks promising as a start-up and will most likely begin to roll out innovative features.