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About Half of All Philo Subscribers Pay for Its $20 Package

Father curled up on the sofa with his two daughters. They are watching a movie with popcorn.Recently Philo stopped offering its $16 a month package in favor of just offering its $20 package. During a talk at the Pay-TV Show in Denver Philo’s Chief Operating Officer Mike Keyserling opened up about the change.

According to Mike Keyserling before Philo decided to stop offering its $16 a month package about half of all Philo customers already subscribed to the $20 a month package. According to Mr. Keyserling that was a major part of its decision to just offer its $20 a month package instead of offering both a $16 and a $20 a month package.

Mike Keyserling did push back on the idea that PhiloPhilo was raising its price. He pointed out all current subscribers can keep their current $16 package. New subscribers can still get the $20 a month package for the same price as it was a few months ago.

Did you subscribe to Philo’s $20 package in the past? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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