Friday, April 20, 2007

The XM Promise

April 20, 2007

XM also has similar guarantees to that which Sirius has put forth. You can review the XM Promise below or on the XM website Here

As you may have heard, XM and Sirius recently announced that they will merge to form the nation's premier audio entertainment service. This new company will be able to provide consumers with even better programming and more choices. This merger should be completed in late 2007. But between now and the merger date, we want to be sure that our 7.6 million customers, and anyone considering the purchase of XM Radio, know all the facts. This is our commitment to all of our customers — whether you are a current subscriber or plan to subscribe in the coming months.

As long as you are an XM subscriber, your XM radio will continue to receive XM's great programming. And following the merger, we expect that these existing radios will be able to receive a mix of programming from both services to bring you even more choices.

XM's programming, including Major League Baseball®, Oprah & Friends™, Bob Dylan, Opie & Anthony and commercial-free music channels, will not be interrupted by the merger. In the future, we will be able to offer the best of both companies' programming.

As the #1 satellite radio service, XM is committed to providing the highest-quality audio entertainment and customer service available today. If you have any questions, please visit our website, xmradio.com, or call XM Listener Care at 1-800-XMRADIO (1-800-967-2346).

There has never been a better time to get an XM radio. Our car, home and portable radios are available at retail stores, online at xmradio.com, and as a factory-installed feature in many new cars and trucks. For special offers on XM, visit xmradio.com today.

We will continue to provide regular updates about the merger on xmradio.com. But rest assured that our commitment to our customers continues to be our #1 priority.


Gary Parsons
XM Satellite Radio

Hugh Panero
XM Satellite Radio

Nate Davis
President & COO
XM Satellite Radio

4/20/2007 09:47:00 PM

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  • You know satellite radio would be great entertainment, but the idea of a for fee concept is still bugging me! I don't think that mergers would change that.

    By Anonymous satellitephonesworld, at April 21, 2007 12:16 PM  

  • satellitephonesworld

    You are right satellitephonesworld, if the value is not there for you on paying for satellite radio; you can always substitute satellite radio with free over the air radio, internet radio, mp3 players, a cell phone (may cost you though), Slacker and HD Radio (may cost you later in the year though).

    By Anonymous Jimmy for Sale Schaeffer, at April 21, 2007 4:59 PM  

  • Do you think Terrestrial Radio is Free?

    Right now, when you listen to AM/FM radio, you have to suffer through 20 minutes of annoying commercials for every 40 minutes of music.

    Anytime I spend suffering doing something I don’t want to do, like mowing the lawn or listening to commercials, I call that work. So when I spend an hour listening to so called "free" radio, its actually "costing" me about 1/3 of an hour’s worth of "work."

    But with Satellite Radio, for only $12.95 per month; or 43 cents per day; or 1.8 cents per hour; I can listen to all the pure, uninterrupted music I want without having to do any "work."

    I don’t know how much your time is worth, but I’m guessing its worth more than 1.8 cents an hour!!

    Matt G.
    Carlsbad, CA

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at April 21, 2007 5:22 PM  

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