Famously affordable TV streaming service Philo is increasing its subscription price from $20 to $25 per month on June 8. The good news is that the change will only affect those who subscribe after the deadline, so starting a subscription before June 8 will save you $5 per month. it= may seem small but it can easily pile up among other monthly bills.
The service is a bargain at $20 per month, offering 30-day storage for DVR recordings, three simultaneous streams, and the option to keep DVR recordings for up to a year by upgrading to the newer $25 subscription.
The company cited yearly increases in fees from content partners as the main cause for the price hike. Even at $25, the streaming service remains one of the competitive offerings out there, with the next step up in price being SlingTV at $35.
Philo offers content ranging from reality TV to food-related content from Food Network and Tastemade. There are movies, original series, and much more. Starting your subscription before the price hike will lock your savings in for the duration of your subscription unless you choose to upgrade for the extra DVR storage.
Start streaming with Philo via the widget below to save before the price hike, or if you’re shopping around, check out our guide to streaming services for more.