Question: How Do I Stream XM Radio?

Is SiriusXM streaming free with subscription?

The application is FREE, and streaming to your mobile device is included in the cost of your SiriusXM Internet Radio subscription.

How much does it cost to add streaming to SiriusXM?

Sirius Standard Pricing: $5 / Month

SiriusXM Select: $5 / month for 12 months for 140+ channels, then goes to $15.99 / month. Premier Streaming: This one isn’t for your car, it’s streaming to your computer or phone. It’s $5 / month for 12 months for 200+ channels, then goes to $15.99 / month.

Can I stream XM Radio on my phone?

Absolutely. SiriusXM Streaming is available as a standalone subscription that you can listen to on computers, tablets, phones and other streaming devices for your home. No radios required.

Is Sirius Radio Free right now?

Your Sirius XM Radio Is Working For Free Right Now. Your new (or newish!) car might have come equipped with a Sirius XM radio, but if you’re like me you weren’t about to cough up ten bucks a month to keep it running so that button’s just been dead, taunting you. Well it works again, for free, ’til June 2015!

How can I stream SiriusXM for free?

For a limited time, head over to SiriusXM.com where they are offering up FREE Live Streaming with over 200 channels including music, news, talk shows and more. To listen on a computer or mobile device (you will need to download the free SiriusXM App), click “Listen Now.”

What’s the difference between Sirius and XM?

Radios labeled as Sirius radios can only receive Sirius packages. XM radios can only receive XM packages. SiriusXM radios can only receive SiriusXM packages. Click here to see which type of radio you have in your vehicle.

Can I stream SiriusXM in my car?

Many used and certified pre-owned vehicles come equipped to receive satellite radio. If you don’t have SiriusXM installed in your car, we offer a broad range of radios for listening to SiriusXM. You can listen on your computer, smartphone or tablet, as well as a variety of connected devices in your home, too.

Can I use my XM subscription in two cars?

If your other vehicle doesn’t already have a SiriusXM radio installed, you can simply purchase another radio. We offer a portable option as well as Dock & Play radios that easily move from car-to-car and car-to-home.

Can I use the same Sirius in 2 cars?

Your other car or truck may already be equipped with satellite radio- in which case you just need to turn it on. You can even add that Yes, every satellite radio requires its own subscription. But if you have more than one radio on the same account, you may be eligible for a Family Discount .

How Long Will Sirius Radio be free?

We’ve turned on your inactive radio so you can enjoy 60 FREE channels for 2 weeks. (Some older Sirius satellite radios may not be capable of receiving the free listening channels.)

Can I listen to Sirius at home?

It’s easy to listen to SiriusXM on your home entertainment system. You can stream SiriusXM on a wide variety of home and custom audio systems. Listen to over 200 channels right on the devices you may already own. Streaming is included with your All Access trial or paid subscription.

How long is Sirius free preview?

There’s nothing like enjoying the best in music, sports, news and talk on your satellite radio. So starting Tuesday, January 28 for two weeks, you get FREE access to 60 channels. All you have to do is turn your radio on and enjoy.

What devices can stream SiriusXM?

Play on Smart TVs, wireless speakers, media players, and more.

  • Amazon. Play SiriusXM on devices with Amazon Alexa.
  • Google. Cast SiriusXM from your phone to any TV with Chromecast.
  • Sonos. Enjoy SiriusXM on Sonos.
  • Sony. SiriusXM is on PlayStation ®.
  • Roku. Rock your TV with SiriusXM on Roku devices.

Does SiriusXM have a free trial?

It’s free and part of your trial. Enjoy SiriusXM on your mobile, computer, and connected devices, like ones with Amazon Alexa – One Login for all devices.

What does XM stand for?

XM Satellite Radio (XM) was one of the three satellite radio (SDARS) and online radio services in the United States and Canada, operated by Sirius XM Holdings. It provided pay-for-service radio, analogous to cable television.