4G proxies are mobile proxies that use the fourth generation (4G) mobile network to establish a connection between a device and the internet. These proxies use the mobile network of a cellular provider to connect to the internet, rather than using traditional wired networks.


Here are four common types of 4G proxies:


  • Shared 4G proxies: These proxies are used by multiple users simultaneously, and the IP address of the proxy is shared among them. This can result in slower speeds and higher latency, but they are usually more affordable than dedicated 4G proxies.

  • Dedicated 4G proxies: These proxies offer a dedicated IP address to a single user, providing faster speeds and lower latency compared to shared proxies. Dedicated 4G proxies are more expensive than shared 4G proxies.

  • Rotating 4G proxies: These proxies rotate through a pool of IP addresses, providing additional anonymity and security. Rotating proxies can help to avoid IP blocking or detection by websites or other online services.

  • Mobile device 4G proxies: These proxies use a mobile device as a proxy server. This method can be less reliable and slower than traditional 4G proxies, but it can be a good option for individuals who want to use a 4G proxy without paying for a dedicated service.


4G proxies are commonly used for web scraping, data mining, and social media management, as they offer faster speeds and higher anonymity than traditional proxies. However, it is important to use 4G proxies ethically and legally, and to ensure that they are not used for any illegal activities