Larkin wrote:Jry-Aren't the Satellite Companies notorious for giving away free one year subscriptions with new cars and calling them new subs?
Mike Austerman wrote:
I'm still a satisfied subscriber, but it's taken some adjustment for me to get used to the Sirius way of programming versus the XM way.
turkeytop wrote:Sirius sells advertising.
They do? I haven't heard it. Possibly Sirius Canada is different.
cromartie wrote:I do remember the obscurity and diversity of programming of XM, however and would have gladly paid extra to have both services in one. But what can you do?
Jack Wolfman wrote:cromartie wrote:I do remember the obscurity and diversity of programming of XM, however and would have gladly paid extra to have both services in one. But what can you do?
I think most people felt/feel this way. When I got my truck, it had a Sirius receiver, so I subscribed...and then put my portable XM in the truck as well. Best of both worlds. The cost gets to you after a while though.
RayQix wrote:I've thought about getting it.... but can't justify the expense.
I, too, have my iPhone..... for MP3 and streaming.
If I got it for free, i might consider going with it as a subscription.... just not sure cuz i've never heard it.
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