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NEW YORK – AT&T U–Verse TV customers are the latest pay TV subscribers to get access to Time Warner’s HBOGo.com and MAXGo.com, the HBO and Cinemax online video destinations.
The companies said Monday that the telecom giant’s TV customers who subscriber to HBO and/or Cinemax can now get more than 1,200 hours of streamed programming via the sites.
“We’re proud to deliver more value to U–Verse TV subscribers by offering compelling content from HBO and Cinemax online,” said Dan York, president of content, AT&T.
HBO Go and MAX Go offer new titles immediately after premiering on HBO and Cinemax. They also give subscribers the ability to create a watchlist that keeps track of bookmarked content for later viewing, among other things.
Earlier this year, Verizon’s FiOS TV service also made HBO Go and Max Go available to its subscribers.
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