Philo TV is one of the more underrated streaming TV services out there. For just $20 per month, you get access to 59 channels. And the majority of these channels are not available on its competitors. Making it a really great complimentary service for something like YouTube TV or Hulu Live TV.
Some of the channels included with Philo TV include: A&E, AMC, Animal Planet, BET, BET Her, Comedy Central, Food Network, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Drama, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, HGTV, History, MTV, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, TLC, VH1 just to name a few.
The majority of the channels are Viacom channels, which for some reason, most other streaming TV services do not offer. You also don’t get live sports here or your local channels. Which is why we say that this is a good add on to use for other services. Especially if there’s a show on BET that you want to watch, and it’s only on for a few months of the year. You can subscriber and then cancel once it is over.
After all, that’s what makes cord cutting so efficient.
Philo TV also offers DVR, and it’s unlimited. But it will only stay on your account for up to 30 days. After that, it’ll be removed. Unlike YouTube TV which does nine months.
You can watch on up to three devices at the same time. And create up to ten profiles. Which makes it great for a family, but not a large family. Since you are limited to three screens simultaneously. But TV everywhere apps work too, to fill in those gaps.
Philo TV offers up a free seven day trial. Just put in your phone number and you’ll be sent a link to download the app and start watching. After 48 hours, you’ll be prompted for billing info, to finish out your trial. Now if you don’t want to keep the service, you can still cancel before the seven days are up, and not get charged.
You can sign up for Philo TV by clicking here.