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What countries Oxylabs Proxies cover?
What countries Oxylabs Proxies cover?
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🌎 Oxylabs Proxies are located in 195 countries and cover all 7 continents. Explore the full list of locations for more details.

Residential Proxies

Our Residential Proxy network covers 195 countries and offers these geo-targeting options:

  • Country

  • City

  • State

  • ZIP/Postal code

  • Coordinates

  • ASN Targeting

  • Country-Specific Entry Nodes

Visit our documentation to explore location settings in-depth.

Mobile Proxies

With our Mobile Proxies, you can access 140+ countries using the following geo-targeting settings:

  • Country

  • City

  • State

  • Coordinates

  • ASN Targeting

  • Country-Specific Entry Nodes

See our documentation to learn more.

Shared Datacenter Proxies

Oxylabs Shared Datacenter Proxies are located in 15 countries: Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Romania, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.

Check out the documentation to find more information.

Dedicated Datacenter Proxies

Enterprise

We offer 188 locations with our Enterprise Dedicated Datacenter Proxies. After purchasing, you’ll be able to choose the specific locations you need.

Self-Service

With Self-Service Dedicated Datacenter Proxies, you can target 7 locations: United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands, Canada, and Brazil.

Rotating ISP Proxies

Our Rotating ISP Proxies cover 20+ countries and offer several geo-targeting options:

  • Country

  • Coordinates

  • ASN Targeting

  • Country-Specific Entry Nodes

See this documentation page for more information.


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