Sign Up For Philo For $16/Month, Get 3 Months Of Pandora Premium Included

Philo is currently offering a deal for those that are looking to cut the cord. You can sign up for Philo and get three months of Pandora Premium for free, which is valued at about $30. Philo's plans start at just $16 per month, which is a pretty good deal for streaming TV, and also makes it the lowest streaming TV service out there right now.

Philo is a fairly new streaming TV service, so some of the more popular channels are not yet available, but that is also how it is able to offer its service for lower than every other streaming TV service out there. For $16 per month, you get access to 40 channels. That includes big names like A&E, AMC, Animal Planet, BBC America, Cheddar, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HISTORY, Lifetime, MTV, MTV2, VICELAND and We, among others. Now for $20 per month you can bring that up to 49 channels, which includes American Heroes Network, BET Her, Cooking Channel and a few others. As you'll notice, a number of the Time Warner channels are missing here, including CNN, as well as your local channels. But that is fixable with an antenna that will cost you around $10 - a one-time purchase. Philo also allows you to rewatch your favorite shows for 30 days, so there's no need for a DVR, since everything is available.

This special for Philo TV that brings you three months of Pandora Premium, is only available for a few more months. So if you are looking to take advantage of this deal, you'll want to do it before it's gone. Now if you just want to check out Philo, you can do so by signing up for a free trial. Philo offers a seven day free trial for the service, so you can check it out and see how well it works for you. For $16 (or $20) per month, it's definitely worth checking out.

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