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post #481 of 483 Old 06-22-2014, 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted by tripod39 View Post
I have house and car XM,I pay $56 w/tx for both for 6 mos.Been doing this for several years.Just barter with the natives.
I know I can get a better price but then I would have to call more, once a year is enough for me.
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Cool 062814 renewal

I just called and renewed two radios for 6 months @ $25 per radio. With taxes and fees it was about $30 each. It is a pain to call every 6 months but it beats paying the full price.
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We were just rebilled for Sirius service in both of our vehicles on two separate accounts, one for a full year and the other for 6 months. I called to cancel and get a refund, but was offered $20 (plus $2.50 royalty fee) for 5 months on each radio. They were also able to consolidate the accounts, which will make calling back in 5 months that much easier, plus refunded over $200.

I really did intend to cancel for a full refund, but $4.50 per month on each radio is a relatively reasonable price.
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