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Now that you can stream music on your phone, is there any need for a sat radio subscription?

asked May 05 '13 at 16:01

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Kevin Kelly

Bandwidth caps, poor 3G coverage, travelling over international borders, sports.

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I've been a Sirius subscriber since before it was publicly available. I like having it integrated into my car stereo, there's no cables, no having to worry about battery, data caps, signal coverage or forgetting my phone in the car. I start the engine, music starts playing. My stereo also has a remote, so I can change channels without taking my hands off the wheel.

I do use the Sirius mobile app, mainly at home or work where I can plug into power and either wireless headphones or speakers.


answered Jun 10 '14 at 16:45

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