Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Sprint Supplies Latest Excuse for Puns on the Word "Sirius"

I’ve been quiet this month but I just couldn’t resist this one.  Personally I am a XM Radio fan but hey, this is way cool.  I just hope you can listen to the radio and not miss your calls.

BTW: If you ARE a XM Radio subscriber, did you know you can listen online for free? try it! 

siriussprint.jpgCan't go without Howard Stern in the morning? Help is on its way. Sprint inked a deal with Sirius, allowing 21 channels of the company's music to be downloaded from any of its multimedia handsets—all for only $6.95 a month. Good going Sprint. As if the satellite radio presence orbiting CEDIA this week wasn't indication enough, this is just the beginning of the satellite radio/hardware romance. Soon you'll find sat radio service embedded in all kinds of gadgets—toasters, toilets, kids plush toys. And what if you're already paying for Sirius service, let's say, in your car? Are you willing to pay twice? Three times? Get the prices down and the number of stations up and I'll fill my next root canal with a sat receiver.

Sirius/Sprint Debuts [Orbitcast]
Sprint Offers Sirius Music To Customers [TWICE]

1 comment:

  1. I am a sprint customer, but I probably will not use this service because it costs around $84 a year. For a little more I could just get Sirius radio.