HBO Max providers
Here's a list of providers that currently support HBO Max.
HBO Max providers
You can sign up through us (WarnerMedia) at HBOMax.com and then sign in on any supported device.
- Amazon Appstore
- Apple App Store
- Google Play
- Roku Channel Store
- Samsung TV
You can subscribe using the HBO Max app and then sign in on any supported device.
Cable and satellite TV providers
HBO Max is available from the TV providers listed below. You can also go to the Choose Your Provider page and search for your provider.
Adams Cable Service
Albany Mutual Telephone
All West Communications
Arthur Mutual Telephone
Bay Country Communications
Beaver Creek Cooperative
Beaver Valley Cable
Bellevue Municipal Cable
Blue Ridge Communications
BOLT Fiber Optic Services
Brandenburg Telephone Co.
Bristol TN Essential Services
Cedar Falls Utilities
Cincinnati Bell Fioptics
Clear Creek Communications
Comcast (choose Xfinity)
Community Cable & Broadband
Complete Comm Services
Consolidated Cable Vision
Coon Rapids Municipal Utl.
Cooperative Telephone Exchange
CTV Beam - East Alabama
Cunningham Telephone & Cable
D & P Communications
DIRECTV Puerto Rico
Doylestown Cable TV
DTC Cable (Delhi)
Dumont Telephone Company
EATEL - Westside
Emery Telcom Video LLC
Emily Cooperative Telephone Company
EPB Fiber Optics
Fort Collins Connexion
Frankfort Plant Board
Franklin Telephone Company
Full Channel, Inc.
Gardonville Cooperative Telephone Association
GBT Communications, Inc
Golden West Cablevision
Greenlight Community Broadband
Gridley Cable Inc
Halstad Telephone Company
Hickory Telephone Company
Hinton CATV Co.
Home Town Communications
Hometel Entertainment Inc
HOOD Canal Communications
Horizon Cable TV, Inc.
HTC Communications Co-IL
HTC Digital Cable
Inter Mountain Cable
Kalida Telephone Company, Inc.
LaValle Telephone Coop
Liberty Cablevision of PR
Limestone Cable/Bracken Cable
Lonsdale Video Ventures, LLC
Mahaska Communication Group
Marne & Elk Horn Telephone Company
Murray Electric System
Muscatine Power & Water
New Hope Telephone Cooperative
Norwood Light Broadband
OTEC Communication Co
Paul Bunyan Communications
Pembroke Telephone Company, Inc
Peoples Rural Telephone Cooperative
Pineland Telephone Co-Op
Rock Port Cablevision
San Bruno Cable TV
Service Electric Cable TV
Service Electric Cablevision
South Central Rural Telcom
South Slope Coop Comm
Tri County Communications
Tullahoma Utilities Board
Vernon Communications Co-Op
Wabash Communications Coop
Wabash Mutual Telephone
West Central Telephone
Winnebago Cooperative Telecom Association
Wire Tele-View Corp
Xfinity (provided by Comcast)
If your TV provider supports HBO Max and you need help signing in, see Sign in with a TV provider.
Digital subscription providers
The following digital subscription providers support HBO Max:
If you need help signing in, choose your provider above.
Internet and wireless providers
- Consolidated Communications
- Cricket Wireless
- North State
- Service Electric Cablevision
- Verizon Fios
- Ziply Fiber
You can also go to the Choose Your Provider page and search for your provider.
If you need help signing in, see Sign in with a provider.
Universities and colleges
HBO Max is available through the colleges and universities listed below. You can also go to the Choose Your Provider page and search for your provider.
Cal State University Monterey
Central Connecticut State University
Farmingdale State College
George Mason University
Jones County Junior College
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Missouri State University
New York University
New York University - Brooklyn
San Diego State University (SDSU)
Stony Brook University
University of the Cumberlands
University of Dayton
University of Miami
University of Southern California
Weber State University
Western Connecticut State University
To sign in through your college or university, use these sign-in steps.
We're hoping to make HBO Max available through more colleges and universities, please check back here for updates.
Wonder Woman 1984 may have left HBO Max on Jan. 24, but those looking for something new to watch on WarnerMedia's streaming service will have plenty of options in the coming months. As it announced last year, all Warner Bros. theatrical films in 2021 will be concurrently released in theaters and on HBO Max. The next big release, The Little Things, starring Denzel Washington and Jared Leto, hits the streamer on Friday.
The good news is that you might already have access to HBO Max and not even know it. If you currently subscribe to HBO via your cable or satellite provider, you can probably get HBO Max without paying anything extra.
The only catch is that you can't watch HBO Max using your cable box. Instead, you'll need to watch on a smart TV or streaming device -- or a Comcast Xfinity box -- using the HBO Max app and your home internet connection. It works just like the app for Netflix, Hulu or Disney Plus: you sign in and watch on-demand anytime you want. The HBO Max app is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, PlayStation, Xbox and numerous other devices.
Read more:Roku and HBO Max finally strike a deal
So what if you don't subscribe to HBO already as part of your cable bill? Then you'll need to pay for HBO Max directly at $15 per month if you want to watch The Little Things or other upcoming releases like Godzilla vs. Kong, The Suicide Squad or Dune.
Here's how you can get it.
What is HBO Max?
HBO Max is a streaming service from AT&T's WarnerMedia that offers every show and movie available on HBO and adds a host of exclusive content from other WarnerMedia properties such as DC Comics. In addition to big theatrical movies like Wonder Woman, it's home to popular shows like Friends, The Big Bang Theory and Rick and Morty; recent and classic films as well as kids' content from Looney Toons and Sesame Street; and new exclusives like Zack Snyder's Justice League, which will arrive later this year. The HBO Max catalog is simply massive.
I get HBO from my TV provider. How do I get HBO Max?
HBO said last year that about 29 million people have access to HBO Max at no added cost because they already have regular HBO, but it revealed on Jan. 27 that only 17.2 million HBO Max accounts were active, a number that includes people who sign up for HBO Max directly as opposed to upgrading an existing HBO account.
All of the following cable, satellite or streaming companies will let HBO subscribers get HBO Max at no extra charge.
- DirecTV/AT&T TV
- YouTube TV
- Altice (Optimum and SuddenLink)
- Cox Communications
- NCTC (WOW, Atlantic Broadband, RCN, Grande Communications & Wave and MCTV)
- Don't see your provider above? Here's the full list (click "cable and satellite TV providers")
If your provider is supported and you currently subscribe to HBO, you have access to HBO Max. Here's what you'll have to do to watch it.
The sign-in process varies according to which device you have, and you may already have a username or password that you used with the HBO Go app, which has been largely retired. In that case, you might be prompted to use that password instead.
Note that the HBO Max is available on phones, tablets and computers too, including Apple iPhone ($387 at Amazon), iPad ($187 at Amazon) and iPod Touch ($190 at Amazon) (with iOS 12.2 or later), Android phone and tablets (with Android OS 5 or later), Amazon Fire ($50 at eBay) tablets (fourth generation and later) and Windows and Mac computers via various browsers. Game consoles such as the Xbox One, Series S and Series X as well as the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 all also have HBO Max apps.
If you don't have one of the supported TV devices you can still watch HBO Max by streaming from a phone, tablet or computer to a TV. Here's how.
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If I don't get HBO Max from a provider, what should I do?
You'll have to subscribe to HBO Max directly.
The price is similar to what most cable providers charge for basic HBO -- $15 per month -- but HBO Max is currently running a special deal through March 1: You can get a six-month HBO Max subscription for $70. That works out to about $11.67 a month, a savings of about 22%.
That deal is good enough that, assuming you want to keep HBO Max for six months, you might even want to cancel your current HBO or subscription and take the new deal instead (assuming you're not in the middle of a contract with your TV provider). Again, you'll still get access to every TV show and movie on regular HBO, in addition to all the exclusives on HBO Max. You'll just have to stream it all via the app instead of using your cable box.
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Subscription video-on demand service
Not to be confused with HBO Now or HBO Max.
HBO Go is an international TV Everywherevideo on demand streaming service offered by the Americanpremiumcable networkHBO for customers outside the Americas. It allowed HBO subscribers to stream selections of HBO content, including current and past series, films, specials, and sporting events, through either the HBO website, or apps on mobile devices, video game consoles, and digital media players. The service first launched on February 18, 2010.
In the U.S., HBO Go was deprecated following the launch of WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming platform in May 2020; the latter includes all content available on HBO Go plus additional content from other WarnerMedia properties. WarnerMedia has reached agreements with the vast majority of HBO's American cable, satellite and telco distributors making HBO Max available at no extra charge to existing HBO subscribers. HBO Max was not supported for several months on certain devices supported by HBO Go, including Roku (which it came to terms with to bring HBO Max to the service on December 17, 2020) and AmazonFire TV (arrived on that platform on November 17).
On June 12, 2020, WarnerMedia announced that the HBO Go platform would be decommissioned in the U.S. on July 31, 2020; on that date, HBO Go's mobile and digital media player apps were removed from app stores, and those who still had the app on their devices were unable to advance past its splash screen. As of August 1, 2020, providers that have not yet made an HBO Max deal continued to allow customer access to HBO Go (mainly Altice USA's brands, Mediacom and smaller cable providers yet to come to terms with WarnerMedia on HBO Max carriage, and closed-circuit university television systems which had not had personnel available during the COVID-19 pandemic to negotiate a new contract for HBO Max), though only through the HBO Go desktop website. By November 2020, the vast majority of these providers also transitioned to HBO Max and the HBO Go website was sunsetted, leaving only Google Fiber customers (until February 28, 2021 when HBO was removed from the service) and internal guests to the WarnerMedia intranet with access to only HBO.
The "HBO Go" brand is also used in international markets for TV everywhere and/or over-the-top services offering HBO programming.
HBO Go was the successor to HBO on Broadband, which was originally launched in January 2008 to Time Warner Cable customers on the Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsinnodes and headends. Programming content available on the service consisted of 400 hours of feature and HBO original television films (including 130 movie titles that rotated monthly), specials and original series that could be downloaded to computers, at no extra charge for HBO subscribers; in order to access HBO on Broadband content, users had to be a digital cable customer that had a subscription to HBO, and used Time Warner Cable's Roadrunnercable modem service.
The service launched nationally as HBO Go on February 18, 2010, initially available through Verizon FiOS. Over the following years, the service expanded to other providers including AT&T U-verse,Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable,DirecTV,Dish Network,Suddenlink Communications, and Charter Communications in some states, as well as through vMVPD services AT&T TV Now, AT&T TV and Hulu. The service can be accessed through a web browser or through apps for select smart TV sets, Amazon Fire, iOS, Android, Chromecast, Roku, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
At launch, the service was accessible only on personal computers via the HBO website. Applications for iOS and Android devices were released on April 29, 2011, making the service available on smartphones and tablet computers. The app had over one million downloads in its first week, and was downloaded over three million times by the end of June 2011.
In October 2011, Roku streaming players became the first television-connected devices to support the service, and availability was later rolled out to the Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation consoles, SamsungSmart TVs, and Xbox consoles. Availability on set-top boxes and gaming consoles is determined by individual cable providers in the United States with some omissions. Currently Comcast does not support the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Fire TV and did not support Roku players until late 2014.Sling TV subscribers who receive HBO through that service are unable to access HBO GO, since HBO's live feed and on-demand content is available through the Sling TV apps. The same also applies to PlayStation Vue subscribers except they also have access to HBO Now.
In January 2019, HBO Go was dropped from PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Samsung Smart TVs released before 2013.
Main article: HBO Now
On October 15, 2014, following a trial of a similar service in Nordic Europe, HBO announced that it planned to launch an over-the-top subscription service in 2015, which would allow "cord cutters," "cord nevers," and subscribers to basic cable packages to subscribe to HBO without requiring either a subscription to a pay television provider or to a premium bundle. The decision marks a significant change to HBO's business model, as the service will be marketed directly to consumers rather than through television providers. The new offering will primarily target "cord cutters" and "cord nevers", who primarily use online video services, such as Netflix or Hulu, to stream video content and television programming rather than subscribing to a cable television or satellite provider. The new service, HBO Now, was officially unveiled on March 9, 2015 for a launch in April of that year, with mobile and digital media player support exclusive to Apple devices at launch.
The over-the-top service was launched in Latin America in June 2017, although under the name HBO Go.
HBO Go streamed a selection of theatrically released films (via film studios that maintain distribution deals with HBO including 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures and network sister company Warner Bros. Pictures) with a significant number of titles added and removed from the service every month. HBO original series are available on a permanent basis. New episodes of current series are typically available for streaming beginning at the time of their initial broadcast in the Eastern Time Zone on the linear HBO channel.
However, HBO Go did not carry several past HBO series, such as Tales from the Crypt, Tenacious D, 1st & Ten, Da Ali G Show, or The Ricky Gervais Show.The Larry Sanders Show and Arliss were initially unavailable but added in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Moreover, unlike TV Everywhere services offered by most other broadcast and cable-satellite television networks, HBO Go does not provide access to near-real-time streams of HBO's linear channels. (Max Go, the TV Everywhere service of sister premium service Cinemax, also does not offer streams of any of that network's linear television channels.) Plus, new episodes of Sesame Street can be also streamed.
- Amazon Fire TV (December 16, 2014)
- Android (April 29, 2011)
- Android TV (October 29, 2015)
- Astro GO (May 2019)
- iOS (April 29, 2011)
- Apple TV (June 19, 2013)
- Google Chromecast (November 22, 2013)
- LG webOS (March 20, 2019)
- Mediacorp Toggle (now meWATCH) (February 14, 2019)
- Mola (September 5, 2020)
- PlayStation 4 (March 3, 2015)
- Roku streaming players (October 11, 2011)
- Samsung Smart TVs, manufactured 2013 or later (February 17, 2012)
- TiVo (February 16, 2016)
- Xbox One (November 20, 2014)
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