You're allowed 3 swaps... I'm breaking even in 18 months and I haven't used a single swap to date.i'd be locked into one radio. I'm a gadget nerd and i couldn't do that to myself. Otherwise i'd be all over it.
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Yeah, I know, but last time I looked into this they charge a ridiculous amount of money to use those swaps, pretty much equal to several months of service.You're allowed 3 swaps... I'm breaking even in 18 months and I haven't used a single swap to date.
Also, even if you used up your 3 swaps, you will get the free SIRIUS Internet feed for life. Also, you will still be able to add up to 4 radios for only $6.95/month.
From what I hear, the CS reps have the right to waive the fee. In fact, that's exactly what it says in the TOS (where is the "Sirius Terms & Conditions Wizard" when you need him? ).Yeah, I know, but last time I looked into this they charge a ridiculous amount of money to use those swaps, pretty much equal to several months of service.
SIRIUS Satellite Radio - Terms and ConditionsWe reserve the right to waive any of these fees, in whole or in part, at our discretion.
The XM offer offers $100 off the $500 regular price for a deal of $400.I'm on the Sirius side of the fence regarding my current hardware and choice of programming. My dilemma involves what kind of renewal plan will save me (or lose me) dough in the long run. IIRC I can do month-to-month, 1 year (Sirius everything) for 147.45, 2 years for 245 (5 months free) or 3 years for 349 at which point it's practical to go for a lifetime sub.
The XM subscriber's lifetime offer comes with an unadvertised e-mail offer of 100 off the original 400 price tag. I haven't seen anything about a Sirius offer let alone 100 bucks off. Can anyone elaborate on their renewal experiences and the e-mail/CSR offers and/or conversations they had?
My fall back plan is month-to-month til the chapter 11 rumors fade or a Sirius offer comes along. I do realize the sub is only good for my current receiver and the 3 swap option.
Decided to get the Sirius everything lifetime sub for 399.99. Things went wrong and I'm waiting for my billing errors to clear before Sirius customer support attempts to re-bill it (for the fourth time) correctly. I'll post the whole story when things are fixed.The XM offer offers $100 off the $500 regular price for a deal of $400.