Enjoy your own unique Dedicated IP address with TorGuard VPN.
Choose from anonymous shared, dedicated, streaming, sports, or
residential IPs. It’s time to leave your old IP address behind!
A dedicated IP is a unique address provided to you as an add-on. Users never share dedicated IPs with each other, which has several advantages. While shared VPN IP’s may offer greater anonymity, dedicated IP VPN service can offer greater privacy for many use cases.
If you like to use online banking, or email, or even game services, sometimes a shared anonymous IP can become flagged and lock you out of your account. Or, you might find that some websites prevent access to anonymous users, or force them to get through irritating captchas. With a dedicated IP, none of these problems exist since it’s a unique IP that only you have access to.
If you just have to catch up on the latest TV show, then a streaming IP is for you. Streaming IPs are the most popular type of purchased IP from our user base, and as the availability and options for online content continues to grow, we don’t expect that to stop.
Streaming IPs are similar to dedicated IPs in that they are not shared among users, but our streaming IPs are hand-picked to be compatible with major streaming services. Not only that, but you can access content and content platforms based in the UK or other countries by purchasing a streaming IP in those regions.
Streaming IPs allow you to “unlock” streaming services regardless of your real world location. And with sports IPs, you can unblock sports and gaming content based in UK or Spain. This means that even if you’re not at home, you can still catch the “home” game.
TorGuard’s Residential IP VPN service is our most unique IP option to date. That’s because we lease legacy residential IP addresses directly from big ISP’s in the US and UK. This is the best way to get a fresh residential IP address that looks like your connecting right from home. Residential IPs are the premium IP solution that we offer, perfect for any use case and any situation. When browsing the web with a Residential IP VPN it is virtually impossible for a website or third party service to determine if you are tunneling through a known VPN provider.