NICE!!! Thanks for letting us know about this. Just seems to indicate they have no issues with folks moving on over to the XM side.FINAL UPDATE: I switched to XM at a discounted rate and was able to exchange my Sirius equipment for XM equipment thanks to a very nice Corporate Customer Service team! I guess this resolves this thread. Thanks guys for all your input.
Sirius will NEVER add The Groove to Sirius radios now if there was a request for another Rock channel it would be added immediately. Sirius' programming is very one sided, every channel that Sirius dropped that fell into the R&B genre was replaced with a Rock channel. You will have to drop your Sirius sub and go XM if you want The Groove at home or on the road.UPDATE: So I went on an email & calling campaign towards all of the Sirius execs, I got some emails/calls back here they are:
This is the general message I sent to the execs
Kid Kellys reply:
Here is Steve B.'s reply.
I called Kid Kelly and left a voice mail stating my name account number and the reason I was calling. I have yet to receive a reply. You guys think I'm just being blow off?
Sorry, it's still not available via satellite. Only through the internet service... Sirius XM 50.I've not subscribed to Sirius in my cars simply because I can't have "The Groove". When that happens I'll do it in my other auto's. So if it's available please tell me what number. if not