How Does It All Work?
Programming originates from studios in Vancouver, Toronto, New York and Washington and is beamed via satellite across North America. Subscribers can access programming from satellite radios installed in their vehicles, homes or offices or mobile devices.
Where Can I Listen?
Most new vehicles come equipped with satellite radio already integrated in the sound system. For other makes and models of vehicles, there are a variety of radios that are easy to install. Many also offer speaker dock accessories that let you listen at home. Subscribers can also stream Sirius or XM programming online or on their smartphone.
Is It Good For Road Trips?
Satellite radio was made for road trips and with a Sirius or XM radio in your vehicle you can drive from Victoria to Charlottetown or Winnipeg to Miami without having to worry about losing reception.
What About Programming?
Satellite radio subscribers can access more than 120 channels of unbeatable live sports, comedy, entertainment and news in addition to a huge variety of commercial free music programming from every genre. Music programming is constantly updated so playlists never get boring.
What About Sound Quality?
Satellite radio offers unbeatable reception and crystal clear sound.
Since the technology first launched in Canada six years ago, more than two million Canadians have subscribed to satellite radio.
What Does It Cost?
Sirius or XM satellite radio is $15 per month, which gives you unlimited access to more than 120 channels of sports, news, entertainment and commercial-free music.
More information is available online at www.sirius.ca or www.xmradio.ca.