Hello,

I have a question about your service.

I work for ColectivosVip company and we want to use your service to display the city of our main office on our web site.

Currently I tried to use your static map service with MapQuest API and have managed to get all I need, both static and dynamic maps.

I have a few questions: 1. Is there a limit for using your 'static maps' service? 2. Is there any restrictions regarding static and dynammic maps? 3. Is there a limit to call for static map url in html link, like the following one:

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?

  1. Is there any fee for using any of the features of OpenStreetMaps or MapQuest?

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Thank you in advance. Best regards,

Nikita

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Sorry for bothering, I have found the plans on Map Quest web site! Thank you anyway!

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answered 29 Jun '18, 12:10

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Correct, OSM is not MapQuest :) Especially since MapQuest discontinued providing OSM services. However you can provide a link in your answer to their terms and conditions. This will help others having the same question.

(29 Jun '18, 12:25) scai ♦

Could you please let me know what would be the best OSM service provider? Do I need to use any of them or I could just use pure OSM for static and dynamic map implementation on my website?

I'll make a copy of this question and post it: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/64445/do-i-need-to-use-any-third-party-services-to-implement-osm-on-my-website

(29 Jun '18, 16:23) Nikita_And
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