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Philo vs Playstation Vue
November 17, 2020
Live streaming TV is the most popular trend around. Philo and Playstation Vue offer live streaming TV in packages that many people can choose from. Some are more affordable than others, but there are no outrageous contracts and both companies offer DVR Cloud storage. Multiple continual streams are offered by each service and all channels are provided in high-definition resolution for optimum viewing. Although both services offer a free trial, Philo offers a full 7-days, while Playstation Vue only offers 5 days. Philo offers a more basic setup at an affordable price. Playstation Vue, on the other hand, offers premium movie channels when you choose their most expensive package.
Philo and Playstation Vue offer live streaming TV without having to go through a game system. The only thing that is needed is an internet connection that is strong enough to support a high-definition stream. Both services offer many of the most popular cable channels in their programming packages. Because you pay for your service by the month, you can cancel and restart your subscription at any time. Both offer free trials, as well, but for different lengths of time. Neither of the services requires a contract and can be used on multiple devices. Each service also offers DVR cloud storage.
While Philo and Playstation Vue are similar, the prices they charge for their program packages are a primary difference. Playstation Vue can be streamed across almost any device that offers an internet connection, this includes smart TVs and desktop computers. Philo, on the other hand, is not compatible with smart TVs and game consoles. Another difference has to do with program offerings. Playstation Vue offers both news and sports channels that Philo does not. When it comes to the number of devices that can stream programming at the same time, Playstation Vue leads the way with five, while Philo only offers three. The Playstation Vue offers premium movie channels with its highest-priced tier.
Philo offers two package options. The first option includes 58 channels and only costs $20 per month. If you want the bigger package, you will get an additional 12 channels and it will cost an extra $4 per month.
Playstation Vue offers four primary plans. The first is the Access Plan for $49,99 a month. The Core (the most popular) starts at $54.99 a plan. You can also choose from the Elite for $64.99 a month and the Ultra for $84.99 a month. The Ultra offers HBO and Showtime in addition to the channels from the other packages.
At this time, neither of the services offer any type of original programming, series or otherwise. Playstation Vue does have a plan in place to add original programs in the future, but they are not available currently.
Philo offers 58 of the most popular channels as part of their live streaming TV programming. This includes Food Network, Nickelodeon, A&E, BET, AMC, Comedy Central, VH1, and the Discovery Channel. Philo does not offer local programming, news or sports channels at this time.
Playstation Vue offers 47 channels with their lowest price package. This includes the more popular networks NBC, CBS, ABC, and FOX. You also get Bravo, Cartoon Network, Discovery Channel, ESPN, and Fox Business/News channels as well. Playstation Vue offers both sports and channels as part of their programming packages.
Philo is a recommended choice if you are only interested in the basic channels and don't necessarily want to pay for the news and sports. Their unlimited DVR cloud storage is a key factor for many people because it allows you to record your favorite shows and watch them whenever you want.
Playstation Vue is the top choice if you want to add sports, news, and premium movie channels to your programming options. They also offer more live streams in addition to their DVR cloud storage. All in all, if you don't mind the higher price tag, it's a good choice if you want the main networks and a few extras.
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