What is Philo, and why am I excited to share it here?
Philo TV is live and on-demand TV that includes all these 63 channels (increased from 59!) for $20 a month.
And you can sign up for a FREE 7- day trial, without your credit card number!
You just need a mobile phone number, a broadband internet connection, and a supported device, like Web, iPhone & iPad, Android phones & tablets, Android TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
You can even RECORD live TV or save shows to watch up to 30 days later.
And you can stream on up to 3 devices at the same time, using up to 10 profiles for one account.
How the free trial works:
To sign up you just need your mobile phone number. Then after 2 days, you’ll be asked for your credit card number to watch for another 5 free days.
Then you can cancel or if you want to continue you’ll be automatically charged $20 a month. Either way you can cancel anytime.
How easy is that?
I like that you can get 63 channels and on multiple devices – plus the price is reasonable for all that you get!
Are you signing up? I think it’s worth trying out if you’re looking for alternatives to cable and other streaming options.
More TV deals:
Disney+ – Disney+ is FREE (basic plan) with Verizon Unlimited. Otherwise, Disney+ is $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. You get a free 7-day trial when you sign up via this link. “The best stories in the world, all in one place.” Frozen 2 is now included in the Disney+ library.
Disney+ with Hulu & ESPN – Bundle the three together for $12.99 a month and save 25%.
Hulu – You can get FREE Hulu (basic) if you have a Sprint Unlimited Plan. Otherwise, Hulu is $5.99/month with ads, or $11.99/month without ads. Hulu offers unlimited instant streaming of current and classic TV shows and hit movies. You can watch current season episodes of select top shows like Family Guy, This Is Us, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The Good Doctor.
Amazon Prime Video – You’ll need a Fire TV stick and a Prime subscription, which is $12.99 a year or $119.00 a year, but you get many benefits including many movies and shows. If you’re an EBT or Medicaid cardholder, you can get Amazon Prime for $5.99 a month.
Netflix – Try 30 days free.
CBS All Access – Try it free! It’s $5.99 after that. Students get a 25% discount.
Note: This post was updated on 12/28/20.
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