The documentation for the premium search api is very confusing. The standard twitter search api (user auth) suggests a rate limit of 180 requests per rate limit window.
Here is the documentation for the premium api rate limits and the total request numbers are different than that of the pricing page: https://developer.twitter.com/en/pricing/search-30day
Rate Limit Request rate limits at both minute and second granularity. The per minute rate limit is 60 requests per minute (30 with Sandox environment). Requests are also limited to 10 per second. Requests are aggregaged across both the data and counts endpoints. Monthly request limits are also applied. Sandbox environments are limited to 250 requests per month, and paid access can range between 500 and 100,000 requests.
So, what is the rate limit? If I’m searching with a user token on the standard api and I upgrade to premium is there now a global request limit? Is it an aggregate of all of my users or like the standard api is it user based?
Note, that I’m currently a subscriber of the Enterprise API but I’m not entirely convinced I need a streaming service as I don’t need this data in realtime.