Philo and Hulu Live TV are both good options for streaming live TV, but there are enough differences to make choosing between them easier.
Philo is now gaining deeper Google TV integration, making it easier to find content to watch or check the live TV guide from the home screen.
While Philo is a good option to save on the cost of a live TV subscription, those looking for ESPN channels might want to look elsewhere.
Philo is making it easier for subscribers to access even more live and on-demand movies with its new $3 per month ‘Movies & More’ Add-On
Philo is an affordable live TV streaming service and right now new customers can get their first month for free with a coupon code.
Philo and Sling TV are affordable live TV streaming services compared to others, and each comes with its own selling points and downsides.
Philo subscribers can use their login details to watch live TV and on demand videos directly through a number of channel apps and websites.
With Epix and Starz now available as add-ons, Philo subscribers can customize their plan.
Philo has managed to avoid a price increase over the years, but that’s changing next month along with the time recordings can be kept for.
Philo is compatible with many smart TVs and streaming players, but there are devices still missing support.
TVision Live and Vibe plans are already coming to an end with T-Mobile offering discounted YouTube TV and Philo plans instead.
Philo is an affordable live TV service, but one of the downsides is no locals.
Philo subscribers can stream on multiple devices at the same time, but there are some limitations.
You don’t have to pay a lot to stream live TV, but picking the best budget service can make all the difference.