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Frndly Streams The Hallmark Channel, The Weather Channel, & More For Just $5.99 a Month Perfect For Cord Cutters

A few weeks ago, Frndly quietly launched a new live TV streaming service that offers 12 channels starting at $5.99 a month. With this package, you will get the Hallmark Channel, Game Show Network, The Weather Channel, Outdoor Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Hallmark Drama, PixL, Light TV, BabyFirst TV, QVC, Sportsman Channel, and World Fishing Network. Frndly says they plan to expand to 20 channels by the end of 2019.

This new company is based out of Colorado and is looking to shake up the current live TV streaming market by offering some popular channels at a very cheap price.

Frndly offers three different packages that all include the same channels but with different features including an optional unlimited DVR.

$5.99 a Month or $59.99 a Year Basic Package

The $5.99 Basic Package includes SD video but does not offer a DVR and limits you to one stream at a time.

$7.99 a Month or $79.99 a Year Classic Package

The $7.99 Classic package includes a 30-day unlimited DVR (programs are removed at 30 days) and two HD streams at once.

$9.99 a month or $99.99 a Year Premium Package

The $9.99 Premium Package includes all 12 channels plus four streams at once and a 90-day unlimited DVR.

Frndly TV is available on Roku Players, Roku TVs, Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, Chromecast, or on your mobile device or computer through most major web browsers as well as iOS or Android apps.

This is a great deal for someone who wants to add The Weather Channel to their lineup or just wants a live feed of The Hallmark Channel for its seasonal programming.

You can learn more about this service over at frndlytv.com.

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