HBO Go is a service offered by HBO. With HBO Go, you can watch your favorite HBO television shows and movies on an on-demand basis. The service launched in early 2010. The parent company is Home Box Office, Inc., which is simply known as HBO. HBO launched in the early 1970s and is a premium television network. Before HBO Go, there was HBO on Broadband, which was founded in 2008. HBO Go was originally available to customers in Green Bay, WI, and Milwaukee, WI. The Chairman of HBO Go is Bob Greenblatt. The headquarters are located in New York, New York. HBO Go is available in North America, European Union, Latin America, Phillippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.
HBO Go is available on multiple devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire Tablets, Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple iPad, Apple iPhone, Apple iPod Touch, Apple TV, Computers, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, TiVo, and Xbox One. In order to register for HBO Go, you will need to have a subscription to HBO through participating pay television providers. The available providers include Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, Dish Network, Xfinity, Spectrum, Suddenlink Communications, Charter Communications, and Google TV. Once you have downloaded the HBO Go app, you can log in with your username and password used to sign in to your cable/satellite tv provider.
HBO Go is typically available for $5-20 per month, depending on which provider you are signed up with. It is important to note that HBO Go is not a standalone service. You can easily cancel your subscription. We have included some cancellation instructions on this page for you to follow. Please continue reading this page for more information.