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Time Warner subs get access to HBO GO

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 17 Dec 2011 1:41

Time Warner subs get access to HBO GO Time Warner has announced a deal that will give its subscibers access to the massively popular HBO GO service.
Additionally, the cable company says Cinemax subscribers will have access to MAX GO, as well. Time Warner will start beta testing both services this week and have the services launched to all subscribers that pay for HBO or Cinemax next month.

Time Warner Cable added: "We are working with HBO and our internal tech teams right now to determine the parameters of that beta trial, and will absolutely announce more specific details as soon as we can. Once started, that beta trial should be overwith very quickly, and our customers will be streaming all of their favorite HBO shows shortly thereafter."

Both services, which give users access to streaming TV on-demand as long as you are a subscriber, are available on iOS and Android devices as well as in-browser or through Roku set-top boxes. HBO says they have 1400 titles available right now, including all seasons of original programs like Game of Thrones, True Blood, and Boardwalk Empire. Furthermore, HBO GO also streams full-length features, docus and sporting events.

MAX GO has 400 Cinemax titles available now, and is always changing.

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