Bing Maps API Licensing Options
From small businesses to large organizations, there’s a Bing Maps license that will help you achieve your product goals.
Explore your options below for which licensed maps API serves your web mapping requirements, and get in touch with us today to get started on enterprise-level projects for your organization.
Which Bing Maps License is best for you?
Both the Enterprise and Developer Bing Maps licenses have specific advantages designed to meet the needs of certain organizations. The chart below will guide you through the benefits of each license and how to determine which one is best for you.
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This license is ideal for developers that work on a smaller scale, incurring less than the threshold limit for annual billable transactions. Bing Maps API pushes web mapping innovation across the board, and we’ve made the Basic license free so absolutely anyone can hop on and use our powerful API features to build innovative mapping experiences.
Get started today by visiting our Bing Maps Dev Center and logging into your Microsoft account to create a key.
The Enterprise license for Bing Maps API is for organizations that process a large amount of annual billable transactions. The Enterprise map license gives developers the power to scale their web and desktop apps with versatile solutions that utilize location data to enable businesses to do more.
An enterprise-level license is also the cost-effective choice in the long run for many organizations, as it allows them to fine-tune your operations using features like the Fleet Tracking solution.
Review the chart below to learn more about Bing Maps licensing options, and reach out to the Bing Maps API support team with any questions.
The Bing Maps platform offers a robust support ecosystem both for Developer and Enterprise license holders. A detailed documentation section has guides for getting started with Bing Maps APIs, along with samples of optimal code that developers can benchmark with.
Bing Maps also goes beyond just using traditional guides to help developers. There’s also an interactive SDK that allows developers to experiment with and learn about data visualization and map overlays in an immersive manner.
Enterprise users will also have access to a dedicated support team to work through both basic and advanced problems.