S4GRU Sponsor. For members who donate money through PayPal to S4GRU to help fund the costs of Sprint 4G Rollout Updates, you get the S4GRU Sponsor title for six months from your last donation.
S4GRU Sponsors get:
Access to the S4GRU Sponsors Forum (contents subject to change)
Allow profile customizations
Larger profile photos (up to 250x250)
Can edit forum posts up to six hours after posting (incognito)
No limitations on auto signatures
Not subject to flood control timeouts
Store up to 250 Private Messages
No daily limit on Private Messages
Up to 10 People allowed in a Personal Message
Can view who gave you reputation points
Unlimited inline notifications
S4GRU Premier Sponsor. S4GRU Sponsors who donate $100 or more in total, get to keep the title indefinitely and you also get in addition to the benefits of the S4GRU Sponsor above:
Access to the S4GRU Premier Sponsor Forum (contents subject to change)
Bypass word filters
Can post HTML in posts
No limit to number of people allowed in a Personal Message
Unlimited PM storage
Allow attachments in PM's
Allow unlimited amounts of reputation points to be given
Larger profile photos (up to 250x400)
Can edit forum posts at any time (incognito)
Can soft delete own posts
Avoids any moderation queues
NOTE: You can CLICK HERE to make a donation or go to the Main Forums page, and click on the Donate button at the upper right hand corner.
ANOTHER NOTE: For a speedier upgrade, please put your S4GRU screen name in the comments section of your PayPal donation.
After donation: Most donations result in an automatic upgrade within minutes. If you click on your profile and see that your Group now says S4GRU Sponsor or Premier Sponsor, then your account upgrade has taken effect. 90% of accounts are upgraded very quickly. Sometimes I am out of cell range and cannot sign in to upgrade your account, this may result in a delay for a few hours. Once your account is upgraded, you no longer need a password to access Sponsor forums, but you may have to sign out and back in, depending on your browser and its settings.
Verizon charges that because two main reasons, not one of which is a government stance (to my knowledge) 1) network infrastructure upgrades 2) perception of coverage ;-) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk