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For those who now have XM Wings, when contacted after the free period, tell them your not interested. If you really are interested, they will probably offer a subscription at a reduced rate. Has worked with friends who have XM service in their cars.
 

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i had the sirus free for a year in my truck & when i said not interested they offered 3 months for the price of 1 but i didn't want to deal with canceling it later so i didn't bother with it. they did keep calling asking it i changed my about once a week for about 2 months until i told them it was harrasment since i had repeadetly told they i wasn't interested & they would be reported to the "national do not call list" (its a usa thing torestrict telemarketing harassment) if i heard from then again.



i bought a zune that i have loaded with all my favoite mp3s & videos for less than 1 year's subscription to sirus that i use in all 3 of my vehicles.
 

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Better get your XM while it lasts. Probably won't be around much longer according to all the reports I read. The one remaining company is on it's last legs. I prefer MP3 players anyway and so do most people, one of the big reasons for the XM demise IMHO.

John
 

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This mornings Vancouver paper says Sirrius/XM very close to seeking Chapter 11 protection.
 
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