RE: [DMCForum] Re: Sirius radio..
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RE: [DMCForum] Re: Sirius radio..

My Ram has it built into the GPS radio (12.00/mo), I also have it in my
fathers Ram GPS (5.00 or so), and one in the H2 to contrast XM (wife hates
XM and won't listen to it (5.00 or so).  Sirius and XM offer a family plan
for around 5 bucks or so you can add more receivers.

Or buy a small FM transmitter and run it into your home unit and be your own
station :)

Where XM has Sirius beat with subscriptions is as follows:

I buy a new GM vehicle.  It comes with XM built in with a 3 month free
service.  That counts as a new subscriber for XM... Now here is the funny
(funny shady, not funny ha ha), the H2 came with a 3 month free service, but
after 2 months we received a letter from XM asking us to enjoy the XM
service for the next 2 years?????  So I bought this truck and got XM free
for 2 years.  That's how XM is boosting their subscriptions!!!

Sirius is not doing this.

Jack Stiefel - Tampa, Fl
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DMC Vin 16879 1983 Black 5 speed

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Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Re: Sirius radio..


> I currently have an S50 on my desk, a Sportster Replay in my Magnum,
> and Orbiters in my Delorean, Harley and wifes cars.

How's that work, subscription-wise? Do you have to pay the $12 a month
for every radio?

I've never considered satellite radio. I can't imagine paying $12 a
month just for the car; I'd like it at home, too. But I'm not pulling
some stupid receiver out of the car and dragging it into the house and
back and forth, etc. Too much hassle. If I could license x number of
unique receivers for the same flat price I might think about it.


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