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I have some photos...

Fast connect shop.JPG Business centre shop.jpg

These are offering copy shop services, but alongside many other "communications", "business" services. It looks like they're primarily offering internet access/mobile call card shops.

-- Harry Wood 21:23, 28 November 2010 (UTC)

Recommend adding:

  • service=computer=yes/no - provides computers for creating/editing/preparing works to print, etc
  • service=internet=yes/no - provides computers with internet
  • service=wifi=yes/no - provides wireless internet
  • service=lan=yes/no - provides ethernet jacks to internet
  • service=large_print=yes/no - does large-format (e.g. A2) printing and/or plotting
  • service=stationery=yes/no - sells paper, notebooks, folders etc.
  • service=shipping=yes/no/company - accepts packages for postal or other shipping (company for specific provider, e.g. FedEx, UPS, public post)

- KTyler 00:49, 9 June 2012 (BST)

I boldly added service:scan=*, and I agree service:computer=* is reasonable, so I added it. I'm not sure if we should have the Internet ones or not. internet_access=* might cover it, but the problem is that does not seem to cover when multiple variants (e.g. Ethernet cable, WiFi, and in-house computers) are available at the same place. I like the idea of marking shipping, but I'm not sure if this is the right scheme. Maybe it should be something that allows multiple providers, like service:shipping:FedEx=*=yes/no. Mattflaschen (talk) 05:34, 16 February 2014 (UTC)

- Species 09:02, 21 April 2015 (UTC)

I propose to add service:3dprint=yes/no.
I propose to add service:plotter=yes/no for large format printing. —Virgilinojuca (talk) 17:09, 6 June 2016 (UTC)


I don't understand what service:phone=* is for. What's the difference between this key and contact:phone=* or amenity=phone ? --Jgpacker (talk) 18:19, 22 April 2014 (UTC)

I would imagine it would be to indicate if the shop provides phones for use by clients, maybe for a fee, and not for contact. Still, it does sounds a little strange to me anyway. —Virgilinojuca (talk) 17:09, 6 June 2016 (UTC)