I have had XM in my home and vehicles to include my motorcycle for at least a decade. You were smart to find the deal. Also if your a long time customer, with multiple applications, given the economic forecast, I have heard you can sometimes negotiate with XM. They would rather have some income than zero. If enough people dropped XM I believe their cost to you and I would also.
After all its a want not a need, and the first things usually to get the ax in $$ tough times are the wanties. Good for you on the lower rate. Just shows the XM fat can be trimmed no matter how you go about it.
Originally Posted by doughboy
my xm trial is about to end and I found info in slickdeals website to get a lower subscription rate than published price.
The regular 1 year rate is $164.24.
call 1-800-998-7900 and ask for a better package and see what you can get.
I signed up for 1 year for $88.78 ($77 + royalty fee), which I think is more reasonable.