Hi Catherine, I can offer you the premium phone service, but you likely don't need it.
The only thing that is changing come 5/1 is that any one who wants to file and suspend their benefits, will cause all their dependents to be suspended also. File and suspension is when someone at least their FRA, decides to file but then decides they don't want their payments because they'd rather they grow to age 70 for an additional monthly payment of 32% more, for life. If no one was going to be collecting a spousal benefit, and there are to be no minor children collecting, then this won't effect you.
Both of you (like myself and my spouse) will NOT be able to file a restricted application for spousal benefits only, at your FRA, so be able to collect something while deferring your own til 70. This is because you did not turn 62 before end of 2015.
At this time, there would appear to be nothing you need to do. At 66, you can decide - should I take my benefit now at 100%, for should I wait 1, 2, 3 or 4 years to take at 70, for 32% increase (8% per year of deferral). Some people with otherwise great retirement assets, decide to take at 66 so they get 48 extra payments that they don't get if waiting til 70. Others, who really feel the need to maximize the later SS payment that they may be living on, decide to wait til 70, and keep working to survive until 70, rather than lose that 32% raise.