Philo TV to consolidate into a single $20 plan — Subscribe by May 6th to keep $16 price

Philo TV has announced that they will be consolidating their streaming service offering to a single $20 per month plan that includes all 58 channels that they carry. This means that the currently available $16 package with 45 channels will no longer be available after May 6th. The great news is that anyone who signs up for the cheaper plan before May 6th will be able to keep the plan and the lower price indefinitely. To sign up by the deadline, follow this link and be sure to select the 45 channel plan before entering your payment info. Read more ›

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Philo TV channels are now integrated into the Fire TV’s program guide and home screen

Philo, one of the most affordable streaming TV services thanks to their $16/mo 44 Channel plan, has just updated their Fire TV app to integrate into the Fire TV’s default program guide and home screen. This means that all of Philo’s channels can now show up in the “On now” row on the home screen, in the “Recent” row when viewed, and in the channel guide along side other content sources, such as over-the-air channels from a Fire TV Recast or the built-in tuner of a Fire TV Edition television. Read more ›

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Philo brings their $16 per month package of 40 channels to the Amazon Fire TV

Philo has just launched their streaming TV service on all Fire TV devices. The Philo app is now live in the Fire TV appstore and is compatible with all Amazon Fire TVs, Fire TV Cubes, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Philo is a TV streaming service that offers a 40 channel package for just $16 a month, making it one of the least expensive alternatives to traditional cable or satellite TV. Read more ›

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Philo’s $16 streaming TV service is coming to Fire TV devices this summer

Philo is one of the newest streaming internet TV providers that has been growing in popularity thanks to its inexpensive $16 bundle that gives you access to 37 channels. Philo CEO Andrew McCollum has told CNET that the service, which is currently only available through Rokus and iOS devices, will be coming to Amazon Fire TV devices this summer. Additionally, around the same time, Philo will be adding TV Everywhere access so that Philo subscribers will be able to unlock TV network apps included in their lineup. Read more ›

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