Is Philo TV Right for You?

A relative newcomer to the cord-cutting space, Philo launched in the US in November 2017. Philo aims to appeal to entertainment-seekers who put an affordable price at the top of their priority list, offering an array of live and on-demand programming to suit a variety of tastes. 
 
If you want an extensive channel lineup, or specific channels that aren’t included in their standard package, Philo may not the best fit for you. Their available add-ons are a bit more limited than most, currently only including 2 supplemental options – Epix and Starz. 
 
Philo also keeps costs low by forgoing pricier channel inclusion. As FastCompany notes, by not offering Disney, NBCUniversal, or Fox-owned channels, “it doesn’t have to carry the local broadcast channels or sports networks that drive up the cost of cable and satellite TV service.” While that results in a lighter hit to your wallet, it also means Philo doesn’t meet the needs of sports fans, or those for whom local channels are a must.

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What do you get with Philo TV?

In a space that can get easily complicated, with an extensive array of packages and add-ons to choose from, Philo keeps things as simple as possible. Offering a single 61-channel plan at a set price – with just 2 available add-on packages – Philo can be thought of as the cord-cutting version of “take it, or leave it!” This budget-friendly model helped them grow their subscriber count 300% year over year, currently boasting 750,000 subscribers.    
 
Philo also plans to “layer a social platform onto the Philo service” in the near future. This will enable users to see which shows their friends are watching, and even join in the viewing experience to watch shows together if they choose to.

How much does Philo TV cost?

Philo TV costs just $20 per month, which gets you 61 popular channels, including A&E, Discovery, HGTV, TLC, Food Network, and more. For an additional $6 each per month, you can add 3 Epix channels – Epix, Epix 2, and Epix Hits. You can also add a Starz package, including Starz, Starz Encore, and Starz Kids & Family, at $9 additional monthly cost. If you wanted to go “all-in” and subscribe to the standard package and both add-ons, your monthly cost would come in at $35.

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Philo TV Frequently Asked Questions
Can I watch Philo on my Smart TV?

Yes; your Philo subscription can be accessed on a number of Internet-enabled devices, including Smart TVs, mobile phones, through streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku, and your computer. 

How many devices can I watch Philo on simultaneously?

Philo allows you to access programming on up to 3 devices at the same time. Additionally, they allow for the creation of personalized profiles for up to 10 users on each account.
 

How long is the Philo TV free trial?

Philo offers viewers a 7-day free trial, which begins almost instantly once they provide their phone number.

Does Philo TV require a contract?

No; Philo is offered as a month-to-month plan with no contract.

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