Philo is a great value for some cord-cutters, thanks to its lack of sports, local and news channels. Its streamlined package of entertainment channels is incredibly cheap, and you also get some pretty good features for your money. Get more details about Philo simultaneous streams below, and see if this service is right for you.

How Many Simultaneous Streams Come with Philo?

You can watch up to 3 simultaneous streams with Philo. This makes it a much better option than its nearest competitor, AT&T WatchTV, which only lets you stream on a single device, and this also ties Philo with Sling Blue and YouTube TV when it comes to simultaneous streams.

58 Channels
7-day free trial
$20.00/ month

58 channels

3 simultaneous streams

30-Day DVR


Can I Upgrade Philo and Get More Streams?  

No. Currently, there is no way to upgrade Philo and get more streams, even if you are willing to pay an additional fee. You’ll be limited to 3 devices at once. While it’s unfortunate that you can’t upgrade, 3 devices should cover most households.

If you need more flexibility, though, you can also log into most TV network websites and apps with TV Everywhere. This doesn’t use up a stream, so it’s a good option if you’re worried about hitting your streaming limit. Check out the full list of supported networks here.

What Devices Can I Use to Watch Philo?

Need more details about Philo’s device support before you pull the trigger, and subscribe? Check out our comprehensive breakdown of Philo’s device support below.

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Eric Liston is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in Ohio, specializing in internet security, cord-cutting, and more.