Jul 23 2018
You might not have heard of another new streaming service called Philo. Why do we need another streaming service? Why should I consider the Philo streaming service? Honestly, pricing seems to be the biggest factor in choosing Philo.
How much does Philo cost you might ask?
It starts at $16 dollars which includes 40 channels and for $20 dollars you get 49 channels.
What is the Philo TV Channel List?
40 channels include: A&E, AMC, Animal Planet, AXS TV, BBC America, BBC World News, BET, Cheddar, Cheddar Big News, CMT, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, DIY, Food Network, FYI, GSN, HGTV, IFC, Lifetime, Investigation Discovery, MTV, Lifetime Movie Network, MTV2, Nickelodeon, OWN, Paramount Network, People TV, Science, Sundance, Nick JR, Teen Nick, History, Tastemade, TLC, Travel, TV Land, Velocity, VH-1, Viceland, WE TV.
49 channels include: The 40 above + American Heroes Channel, BET Her, Cooking Channel, Destination America, Discovery family, Discovery Life, Logo, MTV Live, Nick Toons.
What will you need to watch Philo on your TV?
Like most streaming services you are going to need an internet connection, Roku. Amazon Stick, Apple TV and a phone number? Oh ya, you can watch on web browsers from computers or cell phones.
So why do they need a phone number?
Philo currently offers a Free 7 day trial and with that number they activate your free trial without a credit card.
How many people can share this service at once?
This is one of the more important questions especially if you have kids in the house. You may watch up to 3 devices at one time but only if the kids have finished their homework first.
After looking over the 40 channels and the the price point it would be worthwhile if you don’t care about sports. You can even try it out for for 7 days FREE. You could spend hours watching HGTV and Comedy Central alone. In fact, this might even be a great package for parents that home school.