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XM deal for D* subscriber?

Discussion in 'Sirius XM General Discussion' started by Milkman, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. Mar 6, 2009 #1 of 12
    Milkman

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    Is there no good XM deal if you are already a D* subscriber???

    Kinda sucks to pay all the extra money since you already get it on your D* plan.
     
  2. billsharpe

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    1. There are a lot of XM/Sirius stations that DirecTV doesn't carry.
    2. It's tough to take down the 5 LNB dish and lash it to my car. :lol:
     
  3. Tom Servo

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    I've heard rumourations (that's an old word I just made up) that with Liberty's new stake in Sirius XM, they may be looking into some sort of a bundling discount. Which would be okay with me.
     
  4. Apr 7, 2009 #4 of 12
    wilsonc

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    Let's start with discounts for those who are both XM and Sirius subs and then we can move on to D*.
     
  5. Apr 8, 2009 #5 of 12
    cowboy620

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    i just bought the mirge radio, and found out the price per month went from 12.99 to 19.99 a month. to get both sat's.
     
  6. Apr 8, 2009 #6 of 12
    Tom Servo

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    So they were charging $12.99 a month to get both services? That doesn't make sense. XM alone is $12.99 a month unless you're on a prepaid plan.

    $19.99 a month is better than $26 a month, sounds like a discount to me. :confused:
     
  7. May 2, 2009 #7 of 12
    ccmilesd

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    I've never been impressed with the lack of "package deals" offered by XM or Sirius.
     
  8. May 3, 2009 #8 of 12
    cowboy620

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    yep, it's not to bad of a deal. you get 10 fav's for xm and 10 fav's for sirius

    the min. i turned on the radio i locked out h stern:D. i can't stand him. but besides that it's a bargan.:hurah:

    the best feature is when you set the radio for your fav. baseball team it will display what channle their on. you hit a button on th remote to change to that channle, the game is on. my other delphi rc express has the same feature.
     
  9. Anthony1967

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    If you just want the XM Stuff call 1-800-321-7117 tell the operator you want the special year price of $77.00 give the the special promotional code(ZWINBACK). I got two radios for that price. The only bad thing is you can't add the best of Sirius with that, but thats a great price only 6.42 a month
     
  10. Impala1ss

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    They wouldn't give me that because it is from the XM marketing dept. to get back those who cancelled service, therefor the "Z Win Back code."
     
  11. ehilbert1

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    Thats a cool radio except for the $20 a month price. SiriusXM still act like two seperate companies. They need to really combined their billing and services and then they will save people money. By the way I locked out all the country channels on my radio. ;) I enjoy Howard and all his hijinks.
     
  12. ThomasM

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    That's interesting. I renewed my 2 home units and the one that came with my car for 2 years before the price increase in March.

    With the new rates and this "music licensing fee" gouge I wonder what will be the offering in 2 years? One thing is for sure-I am NOT going to keep all 3 radios at the "new" price!!! Maybe the answer is to cancel EVERYTHING and wait for the phone call or mailed offer to come back....
     

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