Is Sirius Still A Pain In The Ass About Cancellations?

Jon

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Thanks to cost-cutting and some issues with the service itself (chatty DJs, repetitive playlists, etc.) I'll be cancelling Sirius in the car in the near future. Since Apple Music is $15 less a month, and I have CarPlay included in my vehicle, I have found other means for music.

Is cancelling still hard to do, do they still give you the runaround before letting you cancel?
 

Jon

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I have never had an issue. Just had to be firm.

I thought you were long cancelled.
I had it in my new-ish car for about six months now. $25 a month for all access. But between numerous technical issues, availability of CarPlay, repetitive playlists and Madison, I’ll just rely on Apple Music, Podcasts and other apps.
 
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hyson

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The market is quite competitive. All I listen to are podcasts and MP3s anymore. Hell, my vehicle doesn't even get AM/FM (messed up antenna connector when I replaced head unit).

I had it in my new-ish car for about six months now. $25 a month for all access. But between numerous technical issues, availability of CarPlay, repetitive playlists and Madison, I’ll just rely on Apple Music, Podcasts and other apps.
 

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I got it done today, wasn't too hard. Once I made it abundantly clear that I no longer wished to have the service it was fairly easy. And they're refunding me for the unused month, so, bonus!
 
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