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Rune Proxies.

🌩️ Rune Proxies offer clean proxies that have never been used for RS. 🌩️

Each proxy only belongs to you, so no one will ever be using the same one as you.

They're not generated proxies (AWS, Azure, etc), and they appear to Jagex as residential but they have the speed and stability of being hosted in a datacenter. ✅

The pricing is $4/proxy per month.

Looking to purchase a large amount? Rune Proxies offer bulk discounts!

We accept BTC and RS GP.

 

TL;DR: Rune Proxies are private use, run at 99.99% uptime, 10GBPS, and appear as a residential IP.

 

Interested in purchasing/finding out more?

 

Reply to this post, PM me, or message me on Discord: Elliott#7799

Rune Proxies Discord: https://discord.gg/E5cDwYS

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1 hour ago, Worthy said:

How do you guarantee they have never been used for RS before? What about the provider you got them from?

They’re the same IPs provided to residential clients of the ISP Rune Proxy directly allocates from. If one did a trace route they’d likely see “Verizon” as the ISP. 
 
If you have anymore questions, feel free to join the Discord as it may be easier to provide more detailed answers on there :) 
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On 7/14/2020 at 9:46 AM, theconnossieur47 said:

Curious here as well, if you have some dedicated providers can someone pm me or post back?

Feel free to join here https://discord.gg/E5cDwYS


I think by your question my reply to Worthy above answers it. If not feel free to join the Disc and ask any questions you might have :)

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