Sirius Cancellation Fee?

Discussion in 'SiriusXM Soundwave Cafe' started by jcrean, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. jcrean

    jcrean Member

    I am in the midst of a one year Sirius sub. I also have XM for the next 3 years. With the new lineup changes, I don't need to keep both services active. Just wondering if Sirius charges a cancellation fee if you cancel before the year is up. If not, do I get back the unused portion of my subscription fee? I may only have 3 months or so left on it. I think it renews in February or March.
     
  2. DAB

    DAB Mod Emeritus

    I think they do have an early cancellation fee on semi annual and yearly plans. But there is only one way to find out. They may prorate it out since you only have such a short period left.
     
  3. riskybzns

    riskybzns Well-Known Member

    i believe its $75 fee on yearly plans
     
  4. jcrean

    jcrean Member

    Thanks for the quick reply. I guess the only way to find out for sure is to call them. They'll probably offer me 3 free months. :rolleyes:
     
  5. jcrean

    jcrean Member

    It can't be that much. I think that is only to change a Lifetime sub to another radio.
     
  6. riskybzns

    riskybzns Well-Known Member

    read the terms and condition on their website if you doubt me.
     
  7. hank-the-dwarf

    hank-the-dwarf Well-Known Member

    If this is your second year and you do it a year at a time you can get them to drop the fee-i did.
     
  8. Audio Snob

    Audio Snob New Member

    Maybe they'd be willing to let you cancel your Sirius and apply the remaining unused months to your XM sub without penalty, or vice versa, assuming you still want to keep one of them.
     
  9. geosync

    geosync Well-Known Member

    Had 5 radios on my account, 2 of which are mine and I called to cancel. Took about 20 minutes, but I got one of my units canceled, no fees. I paid for the yearly service in September, and they credited me back the money to put towards my main radio on the account. They even put a hold on my canceled receiver in case I re-activate, so saves me the $15 activation fee.

    The second I hung up the phone, the radio was already dead.
     
  10. v1ru5

    v1ru5 Well-Known Member

    I don't see what the problem would be. Isn't it one company? The way I see it you are just removing a radio from your account.
     
  11. VinnyM27

    VinnyM27 Active Member

    That's what everyone says. I think that is if you are canceling your one and only sub. I had to cancel a radio that wasn't working well and this woman did it with no effort and didn't even say a word about why!
     

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