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PSA - New Sprint SWAC Premium Plan Info $10 cheaper at $45

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The SWAC Premium Plan is now $45 ($40 with autopay discount). $10 cheaper than before. It doesn't include the UBER credit anymore but it does have Tidal Hi-Fi now. Look at attachment for the difference.

Advantage Unlimited Plus: $35
Advantage Unlimited Premium: $45

Regular Unlimited Plus: $70
Regular Unlimited Premium: $80

On SWAC, to change plan, go to change plan and select the Unlimited Plan. After that, click "Continue to Review". At the point, click on "Manage Services" and select the Premium add-on for $10 more. You have the option to have it go in effect right away or next billing cycle.

Reference: https://www.sprint.com/en/shop/swac.html
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with the cost of normal unlimited plans decreasing like this, i hope sprint starts adding better phone discounts to swacs as a perk in place of lookout premium and tidal hifi before the merger.
doubt that will happen. I believe Sprint owns a 1/3 in Tidal and offering these plans that include Tidal might be a means of redirecting money to Tidal. Would Sprint like to raise their costs on the Sprint side if it benefits them with more revenue over at Tidal? Maybe someone who knows more about how this is being treated on their financials can chime in.
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Reread my post. I already got Premium but want a cheaper Premium.
I did. The directions are the same. I had the $55 premium plan(like you), followed the ops directions exactly, and now have the $45 premium plan. That's what you're asking, right?

"On SWAC(or My Sprint), to change plan, go to change plan and select the Unlimited Plan. After that, click "Continue to Review". At the point, click on "Manage Services" and select the Premium add-on for $10 more. You have the option to have it go in effect right away or next billing cycle."
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I did. The directions are the same. I had the $55 premium plan(like you), followed the ops directions exactly, and now have the $45 premium plan. That's what you're asking, right?

"On SWAC(or My Sprint), to change plan, go to change plan and select the Unlimited Plan. After that, click "Continue to Review". At the point, click on "Manage Services" and select the Premium add-on for $10 more. You have the option to have it go in effect right away or next billing cycle."
Yes, I did the same but after clicking "Change my plan" I got this and couldn't go any further:
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I have a SERO plan currently and would love to switch over to SWAC but i have no idea who the employee was that originally offer the SERO plan to me 10+ years ago. I am afraid if I attempt to switch they'll end up asking me for the employee and then switch me over to a regular unlimited account.. any thoughts?? Also, fyi if the employee that offers you the SWAC leaves, you have 30 days to change your plan, i've confirmed this with sprint
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I have a SERO plan currently and would love to switch over to SWAC but i have no idea who the employee was that originally offer the SERO plan to me 10+ years ago. I am afraid if I attempt to switch they'll end up asking me for the employee and then switch me over to a regular unlimited account.. any thoughts?? Also, fyi if the employee that offers you the SWAC leaves, you have 30 days to change your plan, i've confirmed this with sprint
Search for the older SWAC thread. They keep it updated. What you just said, I don't think is mentioned anywhere. That may be a piece of information that people would want to check out
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jesus. I can't quite put my finger on what exactly is wrong with you. Was reading comments thru the various swac threads and your constant questions, advice, conspiracy theories, etc, are just beyond bizarre. Can't believe no one has pointed that out yet. You've got to be one of the most annoying posters i've come across. I usually don't comment on anything but this merited an appearance. May god have mercy on your soul...
LMAO! LMAO That last part tho laugh out loud
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do these still include free Hulu?
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do these still include free Hulu?
Yes it is listed in the features
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lol the GCU of the phone world LMAO... we need more "deals" like this! Thanks!
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Rep for anyone that can PM me an invite. TIA!
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Would greatly appreciate an invite !
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If I'm halfway into an annual Amazon prime subscription, how would the amazon benefit operate? Subscription a extended by a month every month? No benefit until my own subscription expires?
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Playing devil's advocate, why would someone stay on SERO instead of switching to SWAC?
Agreed! It looks as though this is the evolution of SERO and the current incentives/feature upgrades made this conversion a no-brainer, IMO. I remember those who sat on the fence, when SERO was being rolled out and kept waiting for that next best thing (that, in the end, never came). The question for me was, how long would the current incentives be offered and for how long at the current pricing structure.

Many friends/family were left out in the cold, wishing they would have taken advantage of SERO when they had the opportunity and this, to me, seemed to be a similar moment. In the end, I'm paying $10 less/month and getting, in addition to everything that was included in my legacy SERO plan, unlimited international phone/text/data (in Mexico/Canada), a 100gb hotspot, Hulu, Tidal HiFi, Lookout Premium Plus and, lest we forget, Amazon Prime.

Again, seemed like a no-brainer. I'm very pleased with my new SWAC plan and am glad that Sprint chose to remember those of us who have hung in there with them, over the years. Thanks Sprint and thanks to all of the contributors/posters that have kept us informed of this offer, as it's evolved (in this and other SWAC related threads)!
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How can I convert my old SERO 500 plan to this?
Remember SERO includes free Verizon roamin, I use that daily, if I had to pay it would be big bucks
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Not that I'm complaining, but as someone who's been with Sprint since SERO came out... I don't understand why Sprint would take a heavily discounted employee referral plan, add more feature, and drop the price by $10. The business logic doesn't make sense to me.
There are now terms about them being able to limit video resolution and total usage. I think it was HD video and 50GB or something like that. My guess is they are trying to get rid of the people using SERO for their home internet access.
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