I have all the data needed for geocoding -- do I still need Google?

I have a dataset (about 120k records) that is already complete with latitude, longitude, and full address (street, city, state, zip) in separate fields. Is there any way to use these individual elements to create a “geographic address” field in my Bubble database without hitting up Google? If I can bypass Google, I can save $400-500. Another alternative: Can I geocode and write to Bubble using another service like HERE or TravelTimePlatform instead of Google (because they are cheaper and/or I can use their free plans alongside Google’s $200 credit)? Thanks in advance for any knowledge of how to accomplish this. Seems like it should be doable.

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Hi Edd. Did you ever manage to do this? I’m currently looking into various other geocoding options as Google’s pricing is horrific. Bing Places seems one of the cheapest I’ve found at the moment (I think it allows 125k free).