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Google Maps Request per day for specific api key

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Hi there, i was wondering if anyone know what are the limitation (if any) that google sets for their google map api.

Is there a limit of how many requests per day an api key can fire?
When googling i can only find this information for the Geocoding api, but not for the simple Google Maps.
If there is a limit, then is there a premier key??

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It's not the API key, it's the IP address requesting the information that has a limit.  So if you are using the Static Maps API or the Javascript API, it counts towards the users IP limit, not your web site's IP.
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