See my post on subscriptions. Private usage, other subscription models
Yes, I also hit the cap whilst developing GPT’s. I was also experiencing the cap using plugins. It’s really annoying. If AI is ment to multiply your capabilities, then it’s a bummer to be limited by an subscription fee without any other options.
BTW: my employer is an Enterprise subscriber. I have professional access to ChatGPT. But I don’t want to proces my personal queries over my employer’s infrastructure. From GDPR perspective my employer is not allowed to do so. My profession is privacy officer.
I’m happy to pay twice the fee for twice the capacity. Even three times the fee to triple the capacity. What can I say? It’s a simple flat type of subscription model with different limits. OpenAI has already the functionality. It only some configuration I assume and a sales page for different private subscription models. How hard could the implementation be? Increased revenue for OpenAI because I have seen equivalent requests many times.
And you know what OpenAI? Because my private ChatGPT learnings I’m now asked to assist with the development of a specific GPT for corporate usage. Which will again result into increasing revenues for OpenAI. What’s the problem OpenAI?
I’ve read somewhere a response of OpenAI: “There aren’t enough GPU’s/TPU’s in the world to fulfil API developers’ needs.” I can understand that, but from my perspective it’s only me, myself and I. We are limited in our resources to make extensive use of ChatGPT. It’s at any time only a single user. If this user is not walking the dog. Our GPU/TPU usage is limited.
I also experienced the cap whilst developing a GPT but I also still could use ChatGPT 4. There’s clearly a discrepancy between both services regarding limits.