No, I had it years ago when it came free with a car for a while. Kept it for a few years as they kept offering 50% off when I would go to cancel. That routine got old and I don't drive far enough often enough for satellite radio to matter much.
Is their streaming offering at all comparable to Spotify? Their site currently tells me "Free listening is over, lock in 6 months for some discount price" Either way, I can't imagine they have the catalog size to match spotify or other services that give you both radio options, curated playlists and an ability to create your own library/playlists. I don't know first hand, but I would imagine they are closer to pandora than Spotify?
My subscription was up and I called in, they tried to give me the run around again about cancelling. I go "look if you want to give me another deal for 6 more months I will sign back up again". The guy goes "how about 6 months for $35"? So I signed back up again.
I got an email from Sirius/XM yesterday, and I see they now off free streaming on apps. This includes Alexa etc. with just their standard account. I figured they would have to go this route to compete with everyone else. Still nice to see.
My XM was due again so I called in, they went through their whole speech and wanted to change me $99, I said no I want to pay what I payed last time. Then the lady said she could do it for $45. I said no I want to pay what I paid last time. Got it back down to $35. They are always willing to negotiate with you, never pay full price.