OpenAI reopens ChatGPT Plus subscription

ChatGPT Plus

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman announced that it would suspend new user registrations for ChatGPT Plus because “the surge in usage exceeds capacity.” With “ChatGPT Plus out of print”, some users who sensed business opportunities began to rent out their ChatGPT Plus accounts on eBay for at least $10 per month. Some even sold their ChatGPT Plus invitation code account for 428 pounds as shown in the screenshot below.

OpenAI has reopened the ChatGPT Plus subscription, offering users a range of benefits for a monthly fee of $20. This subscription plan includes general access to ChatGPT, even during peak times, faster response times, and priority access to new features and improvements. The free version of ChatGPT will still be available, but the Plus subscription offers additional features and benefits to enhance the user experience.

“With ChatGPT Plus, you get our most powerful AI model – GPT-4, as well as the ability to create and use GPTs, and support for other tools such as DALL-E, browsing, advanced data analysis, etc.”

According to previous reports, OpenAI held its first developer conference DevDay on November 7. At the conference, the company released a new AI product GPTs, allowing developers and companies to customize ChatGPT to meet their specific needs. needs and services. The company also launched a preview of its GPT-4 Turbo model, which boasts a 128k context window. OpenAI says this will allow it to accept the equivalent of 300 pages of a single text prompt. It will also be faster than current GPT-4 chatbots while reducing running costs to half.

Currently, ChatGPT has more than 100 million weekly active users.Ā OpenAI said that more than 92% of Fortune 500 companies are using its platform, up from 80% in August, covering industries such as financial services, legal applications and education.

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Benefits of ChatGPT Plus

With a ChatGPT Plus subscription, users can enjoy the following advantages:

1. General access to ChatGPT: Subscribers can access ChatGPT even during peak times, ensuring a smoother experience and reducing the likelihood of encountering wait times.
2. Faster response times: Plus subscribers will experience quicker response times, improving the overall efficiency of using the chatbot.
3. Priority access to new features and improvements: Subscribers will have early access to new features and improvements, allowing them to stay ahead of the curve and make the most of the platform.

How to Subscribe to ChatGPT Plus

To subscribe to ChatGPT Plus, follow these steps:

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1. Create or sign in to your OpenAI account: If you don’t have an account, create one at If you already have an account, log in.
2. Click on the ‘Upgrade to Plus’ button: Once logged in, locate the ‘Upgrade to Plus’ button in the bottom left corner and click on it.
3. Complete the payment process: Enter your payment information and complete the payment process. The ChatGPT Plus subscription costs $20/month.

Pricing and Availability

The ChatGPT Plus subscription is available for $20/month and is open to users in the United States and around the world. OpenAI plans to refine and expand this offering based on user feedback and needs, and they are also actively exploring options for lower-cost plans, business plans, and data packs for more availability.


OpenAI’s reopening of the ChatGPT Plus subscription offers users a range of benefits, including general access to ChatGPT, faster response times, and priority access to new features and improvements. With the platform’s continued growth and development, the Plus subscription can be a valuable tool for users looking to enhance their experience with ChatGPT. By offering this subscription pricing, OpenAI aims to support free access availability to as many people as possible while providing additional benefits to subscribers.

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