1. All data received from the API must be displayed on the map with the Yandex logo visible. You can't change the data or store it.
2. The map must be used for a website or application that is freely accessible, meaning anyone can see it without paying to register or getting special rights. For instance, the map can't be used on a company's intranet or on a website that is accessible only by invitation.
3. The API must not be used for tracking vehicles or mobile employees.
If your project doesn't meet one or more of these requirements, you will need to pay to use the API.
More information about the terms of free use.
All the technical capabilities of the Maps API can be accessed either for free, or for a fee. But there are a few nuances to consider.
Estimate the approximate number of requests per day that your service will be making to the Yandex.Maps API, and choose the appropriate limit. What counts as a request.
Please note that the three products have separate pricing plans, and you must select one for each of the products you will use. You pay the amount for your chosen request limit one time before you begin using the product. If you send additional requests over the limit in your pricing plan, they are charged separately via monthly invoice.
If you need pricing for over 100,000 requests per day send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your project details and expected requests amount.
If you change or store the data received via the API, the price increases by 500,000 rubles per year.