By then there'll be XM 2.0 with the possibility of new channels with the new radios.
Originally Posted by billmich /forum/post/20841163
im upset that i am not even given the option of getting the MLB baseball games (or fox sports radio) , even with purchasing the best of XMI always preferred XM when they were seperate, but with my vehicle being a ford, i didnt have a choice, sirius it was....
|Originally Posted by scottmo2020 |
Nice that there is no real competition in satellite radio to hold them back.
Originally Posted by tighr /forum/post/20890814
While its true there are no other satellite radio companies, there is plenty of competition for your listening time:
Terrestrial Radio/HD Radio
Pandora/Slacker/Shoutcast/internet streaming (with cars offering internet now, as well)
There are plenty of options. You don't NEED to subscribe to Sirius, just like you don't NEED cable TV.
Originally Posted by Mikey1969 /forum/post/20893181
Really? That's your rebuttal? You obviously missed the point here.
I think their primary goal is to make you pay more and offer less as much as possible.