Some clarification for Sprint's Premier changes

Some clarification for Sprint's Premier changes
Sprint recently announced some upcoming changes to their “Premier” customer program, and thanks to the guys over at BGR we now have some clarity on what the changes exactly are.

There are going to be two different tiers to the program. Previously, there was only one tier with the main qualification being on an Everything Data plan with a rate of $69.99 per month for an individual plan or $129.99 per month on a family plan. Check out the gold and silver tiers:

Gold Level
A gold level member will receive 25% off the purchase of 2 or more accessories, customer newsletters; “just because” perks, first to buy offers, and the ability to upgrade one device after 12 months of service. To qualify for a Premier Gold membership, users must have an individual monthly plan costing $89.99 or more or a family plan costing $169.99 (before any applicable discounts).

Silver Level
A silver level member will receive the same benefits as gold members — 25% off the purchase of 2 or more accessories, customer newsletters, “just because” perks, and first to buy offers — but will not have the ability to upgrade a device after 12 months of service. To qualify for a Premier Silver membership, users must have an individual monthly plan costing between $69.99 and $89.98 or a family plan costing between $99.99 and $169.98 (before any applicable discounts).

For any long standing customers of 10 years or longer, you will considered a Sprint Premier customer no matter what plan you have. Hopefully any confusion has been cleared up, so tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: BGR

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