All responses from the target site with
4xxstatus codes are counted as successful.
All other responses are counted as unsuccessful.
If the response contains
4xxstatus codes, and the result doesn’t contain expected information, we still count it as a successful result.
You will be billed for both request and response traffic of successfully extracted data.
Failed attempts to scrape due to our system errors (
5xxstatus codes) won’t be included in your traffic usage calculation, and you won’t be billed for that.
If a request results in a failed attempt due to a fault or error on your side, you will still be billed.
Please find a few billing case examples below:
You make a request, and it takes three attempts for Web Unblocker to unblock the website. You will be billed only for the traffic consumed during the last attempt, which was successful, in this case, for 201 kB of consumed traffic.
You make a request to Web Unblocker, and the response is unsuccessful due to our error, e.g., we have reached our internal retry limit. In this case, you will not be billed for this request.
You make a request to Web Unblocker, and the response is unsuccessful due to an error on your side. You will be billed for the traffic consumed during the attempt, which was unsuccessful, in this case, for 51 kB of consumed traffic.