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They sold me one for and credited me a few months, which took care of the cost of the radio and then some. Had that radio sitting on the shelf for a long time. Yes the memory held, but I wouldn't take a chance doing it a second time. In short, unless the traffic costs extra or is something entirely separate, you would be fine. As far as I know, the method hasn't been extensively tested on in-car radios and such.
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1- use this legally link to create a new email path for your real email. I used to just take the receiver in every day because I have a base hooked to my stereo. So if I switch from one to the other, whats the difference. Originally Posted by pandaboyy If you think this is a fraud, please don't read any further. For those worried about wasting ~$40, Sirius regularly will try to give you discounted plans once you "quit".
2- Then use this new email address to register for your free account (3 days on Sirius and 7 days on XM radio). PS: get your Sirius and XM radio player here well see in this thread they offer a cab from the incite for pandora which does work but it has you register with your email and it gives you a one day trial but using that jetable site you can probably give yourself a couple of days worth of use oh i forgot to mention that i think the cab will only work for ATT Originally Posted by Keland44 well see in this thread they offer a cab from the incite for pandora which does work but it has you register with your email and it gives you a one day trial but using that jetable site you can probably give yourself a couple of days worth of use oh i forgot to mention that i think the cab will only work for ATT This is pure silliness. The way the sirius, and xm for that matter work is, a signal is sent from the satellites telling it to activate, and what channels it can have. If you're an admin and think this is inappropriate, please delete this post. This may help you guys to get free trial for Sirius and XM radio for a while. For example, I could have gotten 6 legitimate months for $20 AND free activation.
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They sold me one for and credited me a few months, which took care of the cost of the radio and then some. Had that radio sitting on the shelf for a long time. Yes the memory held, but I wouldn't take a chance doing it a second time. If the radio never gets this signal, it will not deactivate. but there is no way to actually know for sure without talking to them. I also have a trick that will make sure you will get this to work. I had a radio where the antenna broke while active. I'm not 100% sure how doing this method with in-car devices would be different, but I'd imagine that you'd need to just cut the antenna and/or keep your actual radio powered off.
About 6 months ago I put the radio in a base to see if it sill worked and to my surprise it was still activated. Now, how long will they keep sending the deactivate signal. I called up sirius and told them my radio didn't work any more and I wanted to cancel because I was not gonna spend any money on a new radio. I know that somebody put their motorcycle in a big garage over the winter and their subscription was canceled, and when he turned it on next spring everything worked.
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