Technical glitch in ChatGPT as Indians rush to get subscription

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ChatGPT, the AI-powered language model, experienced technical glitches on Thursday as a large number of Indians tried to sign up for its subscription service.

The technical glitch, which affected ChatGPT’s website and mobile app, caused delays and disruptions in the subscription process, with many users reporting issues with logging in or completing their transactions. The issue was compounded by the high demand for the service, with thousands of users reportedly queuing up to access ChatGPT’s advanced features and personalized language learning tools. The glitch has been resolved by the

ChatGPT, which is known for its cutting-edge natural language processing capabilities and advanced machine learning algorithms, has been gaining popularity in India as more and more people look for innovative ways to learn and improve their language skills. The platform’s subscription service, which offers additional features such as customized lessons and real-time feedback, has been particularly popular among language learners in the country.

In response to the technical glitch, ChatGPT issued a statement apologizing for the inconvenience and assuring users that it was working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. The company also thanked users for their patience and support and promised to continue improving its service to meet the needs of language learners in India and around the world.

Though, OpenAI has rolled out ChatGPT Plus subscription in India. At a monthly fee of $20 (approximately ₹1650), ChatGPT Plus would get priority access to new features and faster response times. Notably, the company has confirmed that ChatGPT Plus is based on its newly released GPT-4 model.

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Technical glitch in ChatGPT as Indians rush to get subscription

ChatGPT, the AI-powered language model, experienced technical glitches on Thursday as a large number of Indians tried to sign up for its subscription service.

The technical glitch, which affected ChatGPT’s website and mobile app, caused delays and disruptions in the subscription process, with many users reporting issues with logging in or completing their transactions. The issue was compounded by the high demand for the service, with thousands of users reportedly queuing up to access ChatGPT’s advanced features and personalized language learning tools. The glitch has been resolved by the

ChatGPT, which is known for its cutting-edge natural language processing capabilities and advanced machine learning algorithms, has been gaining popularity in India as more and more people look for innovative ways to learn and improve their language skills. The platform’s subscription service, which offers additional features such as customized lessons and real-time feedback, has been particularly popular among language learners in the country.

In response to the technical glitch, ChatGPT issued a statement apologizing for the inconvenience and assuring users that it was working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. The company also thanked users for their patience and support and promised to continue improving its service to meet the needs of language learners in India and around the world.

Though, OpenAI has rolled out ChatGPT Plus subscription in India. At a monthly fee of $20 (approximately ₹1650), ChatGPT Plus would get priority access to new features and faster response times. Notably, the company has confirmed that ChatGPT Plus is based on its newly released GPT-4 model.

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