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My sirius radio keeps saying updating

You can thank me later for saving you a few hundred bucks a year.

And this is the low end of the cost — if you don’t own the hardware or want to access your Sirius XM online, it’s going to cost you extra.

If the FCC’s intent was to ignore the issues of customer price fixing and price gouging in order to maintain satellite radio’s profitability, they did a great job.

I have enjoyed satellite radio for the last three and a half years. Who wants to listen to advertisements for music sandwiched between advertisements for products when there are so many other options?

But the industry elite had deemed satellite radio too big to fail.

But nobody pays $227.88 for their first year of Sirius XM. And like any bait-and-switch introductory rate, the fine print says that unless you call to cancel your subscription, you will automatically be billed the full $18.99/month in perpetuity.

After my initial free six months and toward the end of my killer one-year deal, I started getting the expected renewal offers in the mail. The regular price for 6 months of service is $113.94. Only now, they wouldn’t accept my terms to have a subscription without it being automatically renewed and billed.

Sirius XM has a market monopoly on delivering music via satellite.