On 19 Dec 2005, at 09:15, Conor Daly wrote:
> When I contacted OSi for a fine resolution elevation map for the whole
> country, they wanted (IIRC) EUR100,000 per annum just to _use_ the map.
> This was when our parent department already had these maps on a lease
> agreement that _specifically_ excluded us from using them.
That's more like the kind of pricing I remember from the days when I
had customers who used to be paying the OS to use their digital maps of
Dublin, for road realignment and such - it was in the 10s of thousands
> I shudder to think what the likes of Myhome.ie are paying for the
> privilege of republishing the street maps...
Don't worry about them too much - I imagine that they can well afford
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