activating mirge

rhapsody

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So I am curious.
What's preventing someone with a Mirge receiver (and who has existing subs with both xm and Sirius) from calling in and activating a new receiver or swapping out ESN's with the ones from the Mirge?
 

TSS Taylor

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So I am curious.
What's preventing someone with a Mirge receiver (and who has existing subs with both xm and Sirius) from calling in and activating a new receiver or swapping out ESN's with the ones from the Mirge?

Probably calling them would be your best bet. I don't think Customer Service would know the answer upfront either. I've wondered whether just the XM or SIRIUS portion of the mirge can be activated, I would suspect yes.
 

rhapsody

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Probably calling them would be your best bet. I don't think Customer Service would know the answer upfront either. I've wondered whether just the XM or SIRIUS portion of the mirge can be activated, I would suspect yes.

I thought i had read online where someone did just that-- activated each service with each system respectively.
 

limegrass69

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I don't know why you could not do that, but unless you have a lifetime XM and Sirius sub, or are using secondary subs for both services, wouldn't you be better off with the MiRGE plan?