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Old 11-22-2013, 03:40 PM   #15
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Sirius-XM monthly cost is about what Pandora costs per year for the paid version. I'd much rather pay $36/yr versus $36/mo. And Sirius-XM charges you for each device, where with Pandora, I play it on all my devices with the one annual cost. Just my 2 cents worth.
I have Sirius-XM on three vehicles. I pay around $120 per year for all three. I can drive from coast to coast and never change stations. Seldom ever do I have a problem with stations dropped out.
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Old 11-23-2013, 07:55 AM   #17
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I have Sirius-XM on three vehicles. I pay around $120 per year for all three. I can drive from coast to coast and never change stations. Seldom ever do I have a problem with stations dropped out.
Just to let you know, I have played Pandora from east to west and north to south and never changed my station unless I wanted to. I only found once, or twice where I lost signal, extremely rare. It never bothers me either because I have many hours of music stored on my phone and simply use that in that rare occasion I need to.

Well, I will say that your plan is less than any S-XM plan available that I have seen. You must have a promotional offer. Regardless, $120/yr, versus $36/yr is still extremely costly.

I can also play mine in any vehicle I am in (either of my cars or MH, any other car I am in, even a rental, or anywhere else I may be with no additional charge).
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For what it's worth, I average 5 to $6 per month for our Sirius service. Once the initial promotional period ends I call and ask them to cancel - I'm not going to pay the $13 per month for the couple of stations we listen to. Amazingly, there has been a "new" promotion every time I've done this that allows me to continue the service for usually six months at what averages out to 5 or $6 per month. It is a pain to have to call each time. I do wish they'd stop the game playing and just allow me to maintain our subscriptions at the lower price.

Oh, and one time they pissed me off so much when I called, I actually had them cancel. We were without the service for a few months, with the wife complaining she could no longer get her football games. Eventually they sent me another promotional offer in the mail.
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