Still costs $12.95 a month
Sirius/XM made big news by announcing a new app that will let you listen to satellite radio on your iPhone. The only problem is that it's the same price as regular satellite, but you won't get Major League Baseball, NASCAR, the NFL or even Howard Stern. The block is apparently because of mobile phone rights that have to go other places..why this includes a block on Howard Stern is not clear. On Sirius/XM's iPhone apps page it explained...
"Sirius and XM offer all of the channels for which we have mobile-performance rights. For that reason, certain channels which
may be available on your satellite radio or online radio service may
not be available on a mobile device like the iPhone."
When it comes to music, you can get streaming music services like Pandora, Last.FM, etc..so you're getting all the music you want without XM/Sirius...So, what is it that would compel a person to pay the extra $13 bucks? Don Resigner has a more indepth explanation on "Sirius XM'S Latest Blunder: Its iPhone app" on CNet news here.