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Over in the Sponsor section, we have a thread touting a special offer for members to upgrade to the Premier Sponsor level in celebration of the now growing number of Band 26 (LTE 800) sites.  http://s4gru.com/ind...26-info-teaser/


 


 


Because of of frequent requests, we have decided to extend, for a limited time,  a discount for members to upgrade to Premier Sponsor.  From now through Wednesday, January 1st, you can upgrade to the Premier Sponsor level for $25 off.


 


So if you are only $50 away from reaching the Premier level, it would only cost you $25 now.  If you have never donated to S4GRU but want to go straight to the Premier level, you can do so for just $75.  And remember, Premier Sponsorships never expire!!!


 


If you are unsure how far you are away from the Premier level, send me a PM and I will respond with the amount you need to receive the upgrade.  I hope to see you in the Premier Sponsor section soon!


 


Robert


 


*NOTE:  Promotion ends at 11:59 PM Hawaii Standard Time on Wednesday, January 1, 2014.


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Since I haven't donated in the past, they only thing I have to do is donate $75 and I will automatically be a Premier Sponsor? I don't have to do anything else? I'm just making sure.

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Since I haven't donated in the past, they only thing I have to do is donate $75 and I will automatically be a Premier Sponsor? I don't have to do anything else? I'm just making sure.

 

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Since I haven't donated in the past, they only thing I have to do is donate $75 and I will automatically be a Premier Sponsor? I don't have to do anything else? I'm just making sure.

Welcome to Premier, BTW!

 

Robert via Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

 

 

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Over in the Sponsor section, we have a thread touting a special offer for members to upgrade to the Premier Sponsor level in celebration of the now growing number of Band 26 (LTE 800) sites.  http://s4gru.com/ind...26-info-teaser/

 

 

Because of of frequent requests, we have decided to extend, for a limited time,  a discount for members to upgrade to Premier Sponsor.  From now through Tuesday, December 31st, you can upgrade to the Premier Sponsor level for $25 off.

 

So if you are only $50 away from reaching the Premier level, it would only cost you $25 now.  If you have never donated to S4GRU but want to go straight to the Premier level, you can do so for just $75.  And remember, Premier Sponsorships never expire!!!

 

If you are unsure how far you are away from the Premier level, send me a PM and I will respond with the amount you need to receive the upgrade.  I hope to see you in the Premier Sponsor section soon!

 

Robert

 

*NOTE:  Promotion ends at 11:59 PM Hawaii Standard Time on Tuesday, December 31, 2013.

 

hi i recently donated a few bucks so how much is it for premier

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Thank you to those of you who have taken the opportunity to upgrade and support S4GRU! For the rest, you still have a little time to get your donations in to take advantage of this upgrade promotion.

 

Robert via Samsung Note 8.0 using Tapatalk Pro

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Thanks for the recent upgrade or two we received the in the past few days.  And thanks to those of you who have given a Christmas gift to S4GRU.  That's very thoughtful.  We will put it to good use!

 

Robert

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We have extended the promotion through tonight at Midnight, due to a few requests today. This is your last chance to get a $25 discount on Premier Sponsor status. Remember, Premier Sponsorships do not expire, and you get access to much more content!!

 

If you are unsure, ask a Premier Sponsor yourself if it is worth it!

 

Robert via Samsung Note 8.0 using Tapatalk Pro

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Time is up.  The sale is over.  If you missed it by a day or two, PM me.  I may be able to help you still.


 


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