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New Family Friendly Streaming Option: $5.99 for 12 Channels Including Hallmark Networks

Phillip Dampier August 29, 2019 Competition, Consumer News, Frndly TV, Online Video 3 Comments

Those looking for a bare bones basic streaming package of family-friendly TV channels may be happy to learn of Frndly TV, a new streaming service offering a dozen networks for as low as $5.99 a month.

Frndly TV offers 12 networks and their corresponding on demand shows available on their respective websites and is viewable on Roku, Roku TVs, Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, Chromecast, or on a mobile device or computer through most major web browsers as well as iOS or Android apps.

Frndly TV includes: Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Hallmark Drama, Game Show Network, PixL, Light TV, Baby First, QVC, The Weather Channel, Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, and World Fishing Network

Pricing varies depending on what kind of recording capability and number of simultaneous streams you want. The basic plan costs $5.99/mo or $59.99 a year and includes SD-only streaming and a Look Back feature that allows on demand viewing of shows up to 72 hours after airing. If you also want DVR service and 720p HD resolution, Classic package pricing starts at $7.99/mo or $79.99 a year for unlimited storage and 30 day recording availability. For $9.99/mo or $99.99 a year, the Premium plan increases DVR storage time to 90 days and offers up to four concurrent streams.

A 7-day free trial is available through their website.

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Paul Houle
Paul Houle
2 years ago

This could be the future. I like the Hallmark Channel. My relative who lives in a nursing home watches their channels a lot and when we come to visit we usually like what they have on. I get a lot out of old movies and TV shows, my teenage son likes them, I think people of all ages like them when they get to know them, so it is good quality content that ought to be low cost. The Game Show Network is good too because it delivers on its brand promise. Game show reruns are oddly entertaining and better… Read more »

Barbara Sullivan
Barbara Sullivan
2 years ago
Reply to  Paul Houle

Is there a phone I can call to talk to some one

Billy Palkovic
Billy Palkovic
2 years ago

They have no phone number

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