I've had my Android Droid phone with Verizon Wireless for a little over a year now. It's a Droid X with 3G data, and I was very lucky to have the Unlimited Data on my phone. However, for about a month now, I have been listening to streaming music through my phone which does have a jack so that I can hook up a FM transmitter and listen to it on my car radio. The applications that I have loaded up (and links to Android Marketplace) are: CapRadio * iHeart Radio * Old Time Radio Pandora Radio.com * Slacker Radio TuneIn Radio (Note: Most of these applications are probably available in iPhone versions as well) Part of this is because I enjoy the old "Big Band" music as well as classical and jazz music. Unfortunately, "Big Band" music is no longer broadcast in my market, and the local Public Radio station has made some changes to the format that is making local Jazz and Classic music lover unhappy. I'm looking at the coverage map for Verizon, and most of the areas where I would be traveling in has 3G coverage. So, the question becomes.... if people are able to stream music through their smart phones, why bother with Satellite Radio?