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Default [Q] Sirius XM on 3G/4G data on Thunderbolt

Can anyone help out? I can't stream Sirius/XM on the data plan; only via WiFi. I seem to recall that I used to be able to do it, and I see that Sprint had a problem like this, but I'm not sure that their fix will work on Verizon, because it requires dialing codes into the phone, and I don't believe the different carriers work the same way. Anyone know anything about this?
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I'd clear data and cache and uninstall and re-install Sirius. I stream over 4g every day.
 
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Works fine for me on 3G.
 
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Are you using app or HTML?

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Are you using app or HTML?

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App, haven't tried the web site
 
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Ran all day today over 3g with app, no issues

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