Whether you are a content marketer or someone dealing with content in any shape or form, you must have heard about ChatGPT. Turns out OpenAI’s ChatGPT Plus is now available in India, a month after its official introduction. You can get your hands on ChatGPT Plus at INR 1,600/- a month. Read ahead for more information about the same.
ChatGPT Plus subscriptions arrive live in India
The faster and more efficient ChatGPT 4 was recently introduced and succeeds the GPT 3.5 model in many ways. The new ChatGPT 4 AI model can’t just take text inputs but image inputs as well giving it access to understand and interpret text and images. It is multimodal and versatile as it can scan through documents, sketches, photographs with text, screenshots and the list goes on.
ChatGPT Plus for ChatGPT 4 AI model will cost you $20 a month or INR 1,600/- per month. You can purchase it right from chat.openai.com which unlocks extended availability even during peak times as well as the ability to interpret faster and smarter.
ChatGPT 4 is updated with the latest current events which subside the issue GPT 3.5 had as its knowledge base was limited till September 2021 often resulting in inaccurate general knowledge and current affairs responses.
The subscription plan also gives users access to new features on a priority basis. It means once the feature is rolled out, you will be the first to get your hands on it before free users get to try it. The subscription made it’s debut in the United States last month. Now that it is available in India, you can consider subscribing to ChatGPT Plus by heading here.
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