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Is Philo Worth It? Here’s What You Should Know About Pricing, Streaming Packages & Channels  

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Even with a price increase, Philo remains one of the most affordable ways to stream channels live and on-demand. On Wednesday (June 12), Philo raised its prices to $28/month for new and returning subscribers.

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If you’re already subscribed to Philo, the $3 price hike doesn’t apply; current Philo subscribers can stay at the previous $25 monthly rate.

Keep reading for additional details on Philo packages, bundles, channels and how to join.

Philo Channel Lineup & More

How many channels can you stream on Philo? Right now, Philo offers 80+ channels that you can stream free of charge. No credit card required — simply sign up to test it out.

Philo Free Channels includes DVR recording that you can store for up to 30 days at a time. Upgrade to Philo Core to stream an additional 70+ channels such as A&E, MTV, Lifetime, OWN, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., HGTV, TLC, BET, FYI, WE tv, Logo and Discovery Channel for $28/month and DVR recordings can be stored for up to a year. With Philo Core, you can add Premium content from Starz, MGM+, AMC+ and more.

Philo Bundles & Deals

If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead or Interview With the Vampire, AMC+ is now available on Philo. Subscribers can stream the channel as an add-on, or upgrade to the ad-free plan for an additional $4 per month.

The AMC+ add-on includes access to Shudder, IFC Films Unlimited and Sundance Now.

“We are thrilled to welcome Philo subscribers to AMC+, the streaming home of so many great shows, including The Walking Dead universe, Anne Rice’s Immortal Universe, Dark Winds, Mad Men, Gangs of London, and so many more,” Courtney Thomasma, AMC Network’s EVP of Streaming said via the Philo blog. “This summer we will bring viewers a new series from the world of Orphan Black, the highly anticipated final season of Snowpiercer, the exciting new supernatural drama Domino Day: Lone Witch from Sundance Now, top-rated horror films from Shudder, including Arcadian starring Nicolas Cage and the viral box-office hit In A Violent Nature, and the acclaimed independent film library from IFC Films Unlimited, all bundled into the core AMC+ offering.” 

How to Watch & Join Philo

You can stream Philo on the app or online at Philo.com. The app is compatible with Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Samsung TV, Fire TV, Roku and iOS and Android devices such as iPhone, iPad and other smart phones and tablets.

Click below to launch your free trial to Philo.  

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