Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Quedee, Sep 13, 2015.
Does anyone here that actually pays for SiriusXM actually pay the full price for their package?
Discounted for me. And I'm teetering on the brink of canceling everything because the sports talk channels are becoming re-goddamn-dicuous with commercials.
Discounted. And I'm canceling at the end of this contract. I recently got a new job and my commute will soon be down from 30 minutes one way to three minutes one-way
I get it as a x-mas gift from the inlaws
but they have several subs so they likely get a deal
Lifetime subscription since late 2005.
I pay full subscription price for the car (cause I'm lazy) but then I have 2 other radios (one bought at a goodwill) that have worked for years with no subscription. So I guess I'm paying 33% overall.
Used to pay the full rate for 4 subscriptions. There may have been a discount for the multiple subscriptions, but it still cost hundreds/year. That was a long time ago, and cancelled over the years just because of having to deal with their horrible customer service. If dealing with customer service was easier, we would keep it in the truck and if we got a good price.
This, but only listen with my radio in rental cars on business trips.
Haven't tuned in to Shit100 since 2010ish
Does anyone know of a discount for a online only sub? I don't have any hardware or a car set up. I'm a city dick who takes the subway.
This is my problem. I only use my phone and stream that through Bluetooth to my car or home theatre or what have you. As far as I know, there's no discount using an online/cell subscription. Hopefully someone here can tell me I'm wrong.
Full price. Think it is bullshit I just can't cancel online and have to call the fuckers. I hate talking on the phone.
I pay full price, but the caveat is I don't have cable, so I use SiriusXM in place of it. I'm more entertained by radio, good radio, not Howard, than anything on that idiot box.
My brother still has it. Hasn't paid in years. He thinks Howard is better than ever!
They seem to have the same idea of "customer service" as Comcast. Meaning none.
Get the free trial 30 days and when its uo do it all over again.
Even at full price, it's far less than $1 a day, probably the best bargain in entertainment available.
Oh no....you're official now??
R u a Blind person? Watching sports/movies/shows is better than listening to it.