PacketStream

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Packet Stream is a peer to peer proxy network which allows it’s users to sell their bandwidth to people who can browse the internet without worrying about the privacy.

Packeters share their un-utilized bandwidth with the PacketStream network and get paid for participating. The PacketStream service measures the amount of bandwidth shared and credits your account accordingly.

PacketStream’s multi-hop proxy tunnel enables businesses automation tooling to access more reliable data and unlock geolocation-restricted content. Access the network with your existing data-collection tooling, or use one of PacketStream’s marketplace apps.


Here are the main pros of PacketStream:

  • Minimum Cashout threshold, which is just $5.
  • Available or Windows & MAC users.
  • Passive Income Model. You don’t have to put any effort. Running the PacketStream app on the background will make you money.
  • Available worldwide.

Buy Bandwidth

The PacketStream network routes customer traffic through PacketStream users allowing for increased privacy and access to geo-restricted content while browsing the web. Packeters on the PacketStream network share their bandwidth with PacketStream customers. The website/service receiving HTTP requests sees requests coming from real residential IPs and allows access to content that would otherwise be blocked if it had been requested from traditional datacenter VPNs or proxy networks.

Proxy Details
Dedicated ProxyYes
HTTP/HTTPs ProxyYes
Socks5 ProxyNO
Shared ProxiesYes – Residential proxies
Multiple CitiesYes
Multiple SubnetsYes
Bandwidth1$ / 1G
Uptime99.9%
Non – Sequential IP’sYes
Replace ProxiesYes – Manual
Auth TypeUser & Pass
Customer Support24/7 Ticket Support + Live Chat

How do I start using PacketStream?

It’s easy! Sign up for PacketStream on our website and add payment info in the account section of the dashboard. Any browser, operating system, or automation tools that support HTTP proxy requests are compatible with PacketStream.

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