Philo’s low-cost service is great, but if you’re just not feeling the “no sports” approach to skinny bundles anymore, it may be time to cancel. For those who want to know how to cancel your Philo subscription, this guide is for you.

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How to Cancel Your Philo Subscription

You can easily cancel your Philo subscription from any device, but we recommend doing it from a desktop or laptop computer, as apps sometimes offer a limited view of your subscription settings.

1. Go to your settings (top right corner profile pic)

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2. Click on the “account” tab at the top

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3. Scroll to the bottom and select “Cancel my account”

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4. Optional: Select or type in a reason for canceling

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5. Finally, hit the red “CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION” button

Can I restart my Philo subscription later?

Yes! Philo will let you restart your subscription later, and you can still finish out the rest of the month of your subscription before you lose access to your favorite channels.

Are there are any good Philo alternatives?

Depending on the type of service you’re looking for, there may be several alternatives that meet your needs. If you just want to try another no-sports skinny bundle service, AT&T WatchTV is the only other major option on the market.

However, if you’re looking to add some sports back into your live TV streaming options, you may want to consider fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV,  YouTube TV, or AT&T TV Now.

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