HBO Now Prices
HBO Now works best when it’s an add-on to a complementary service, less as a standalone service. But it’s a minor hiccup considering that HBO’s on-demand streaming service combines the best of both worlds – a large collection of premium on-air original programming and on-demand contemporary classics. HBO, after all, is an award-winning brand that has given the world the likes of “Games of Thrones”, among others.
The HBO Now prices are relatively more expensive that its competitors. Neither does it offer 4K and HDR content nor allow subscribers to download content for offline enjoyment. But if you’re looking for on-demand viewing of great HBO shows, such as “Game of Thrones”, “Sex and the City”, and “Six Feet Under”, then go for HBO Now!
The content on HBO Now is divided into several categories like documentaries, sports, comedy, late night, and collections. Subscribers can easily choose from these categories and enjoy their preferred shows at the click of a button. Plus, HBO Now offers an advertising-free experience – and that’s something that its competitors cannot offer their subscribers.
HBO Now also supports several platforms including the web, as well as iOS, Android, and Fire OS devices. Other devices include PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Fire Tv Stick, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, and Chromecast.
For now, HBO Now is only available in the United States and in some U.S. territories.
Prices shown in USD.
Price per month.
All of HBO Addictive series, the latest movies, docs, sports and more. Stream on Phone, TV, Tablet and Laptop Use multiple devices to stream from anywhere. Stream Live Episodes Watch big premieres as they air on TV. Standalone, HD streaming service that you subscribe to on a monthly basis (a cable subscription is not required).