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The Geat HTF Satellite Radio Listener Diary Thread

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones / Entertainment' started by BrianAe, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. Arman

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    I brought XM to work two weeks ago and my co-worker really like it. So he went out and got himself Sirius portable one. He signed up life time subscription (that's part of the reson the went with Sirius). Now with all the merger that suppose to happen. Will his contract still valid with the
    XM/Sirius I wonder. Cause I really like his portable radio, no messy antenna wire, comes with rechargeble battery and I really want to do life time subscription as well.
    I'm just afraid that the new company will not honor that plan once they merged. Does anybody have any more info about the life time subscription thing?
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    Sirius has stated that they will honor their lifetime subs. Matter of fact, they just started offering them again after a short time in limbo. The only caveat is that it will be honored only for services that you get right now (i.e. all current Sirius content). After the merger, you may have to pay monthly for any XM services that you want to add on.
     

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