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Is Sirius available in Thailand? I thought it was only a U.S. product.
 

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Beat, they play some nice driving music, don't have sirius anymore, don't miss it either, never used it that much.
 

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We got a 90 day free trial with the wife's Vue. It was pretty cool, but there were only a couple of stations we liked. Not enough to justify the cost.
 

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:tu: To answer Corkscrew's question, I like the 60s and 70s channels. That when music was real music. Satellite radio (both XM & Sirius) charge $12.95 per month. That's 44 cents per day. With the XM family plan, second through fifth car pay a half rate. I drive our Toyota pickup to the local flea market on Sundays. No satellite radio. Thank you, but no AM - FM for me. I rarely use CDs or my MP3 player. My preference is satellite radio. We have both XM and Sirius, doesn't matter which because the music is the same.
 
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