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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Google MAP API Usage Limit

Google Maps Geocoding API Usage Limits

The Google Maps Geocoding API has the following limits in place:

Standard Usage Limits

Users of the standard API:

  • 2,500 free requests per day, calculated as the sum of client-side and server-side queries.
  • 50 requests per second, calculated as the sum of client-side and server-side queries.

Enable pay-as-you-go billing to unlock higher quotas:

$0.50 USD / 1000 additional requests, up to 100,000 daily.

Premium Usage Limits

Google Maps APIs Premium Plan customers:

  • Shared daily free quota of 100,000 requests per 24 hours; additional requests applied against the annual purchase of Maps APIs Credits.
  • 50* server-side requests per second.

* Default limit. Contact your Google Enterprise Sales Account Manager if you need a higher limit. Note that the client-side service offers Unlimited requests per second, per project.

Additional benefits of a Premium plan:

  • Annual contracts with enterprise terms
  • 24 hour technical support
  • Service level agreement (SLA)
  • Licenses for internal, OEM, and asset tracking use cases

Contact Sales for more info.

Note: These limits apply to the Google Maps Geocoding API service, whether used for server-side geocoding or client-side. Client-side and server-side requests consume quota from the server-side equivalent API. If you are geocoding data in response to user input on the web, or on a mobile device, consider using client side geocoding.

These limits are enforced to prevent abuse and/or repurposing of the Google Maps Geocoding API, and may be changed in the future without notice. Additionally, we enforce a request rate limit to prevent abuse of the service. If you exceed the per-day limit or otherwise abuse the service, the Google Maps Geocoding API may stop working for you temporarily. If you continue to exceed this limit, your access to the Google Maps Geocoding API may be blocked.

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