I think you're right. My husband bought this for me for my birthday. No discounts here. :banghead:zman said:I don't recall, but it is $120-$130 annually if I recall correctly, as opposed to the $77 "special". I think there is only one level of service, but once again I am not certain.
Yes, the $6.99 per month is for a second receiver and is in addition to the $12.95 on your first reciever. XM is being a bit generous in calling it a promo as I think the regular price for reciever #2 and up is $7.99.coop said:As I logged in this morning to www.xmradio.com to listen online. I noticed some promo of $6.99/mo in addition you can buy a Delphi XM portable radio for $9.99, when I tried accessing it, it asked for phone number to validate i m an exisiting customer, I bailed out at that time, since I still want to enjoy my 2 more months of freebie.
I m new to XM, this could also mean you pay 6.99/mo for that second receiver in addition to your regular $12.95/mo.
here is the link http://friends.xmradio.com/accesskey_smsverify.aspx?kid=5196204EFD
I just renewed my XM. If you renew before the free trial is up you don't have to pay the activation fee. I would suggest you renew online at www.xmtestdrive.com and click on SUBSCRIBE NOW. If you sign up for the 3 or more year plan and pay with a credit card you save 23%, or over $100. I would avoid the toll free phone number as it gives you customer service in India (somewhat of a language barrier). You need your XM RADIO ID NUMBER. I believe it's available by tuning to XM channel 0. The service is transferable if you trade to another vehicle. Also, if you're a subscriber you can listen to XM Online at no charge. I am listening right now through Windows Media Center.MRBUICK said:My 90 day XM service will be expiring in a few weeks. Does XM contact you directly for renewal? ???