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One Sky Premium offers livestreaming of HBO channels

One SKY Premium subscribers can now livestream HBO channels – HBO, HBO Signature, HBO Family, and HBO Hits— on the HBO GO app for a total entertainment experience.

The latest update of HBO’s video-on-demand app gives users unlimited access to content on the four premier channels in real time, giving users the chance to enjoy over 1,200 hours of award-winning movies and HBO original series.

HBO GO users can view all episodes of the Emmy award-winning series Game of Thrones, as well as blockbuster movies live as they premiere or on demand at a later time.

Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in a scene from HBO original series “Game of Thrones” Season 7

HBO Signature is home to critically acclaimed movies, HBO Hits airs Hollywood blockbuster movies, HBO Family features hit family oriented films, and HBO shows Hollywood movies and HBO original series.

In the Philippines, HBO GO is exclusively available to SKY subscribers whose cable plan includes HBO.

Subscription to this streaming service is free to subscribers of One SKY Premium plans 2999 and 3999, SKYcable HD plans 1799 and 1999, as well as subscribers who availed of Select packs HD30 and HD40.

Subscribers of SKYcable digital plans whose channel line-ups include HBO or HBO HD may opt to subscribe to HBO GO for only P300 per month, while subscribers of other One SKY Premium plans may avail of HBO GO for only P150 per month.

One SKY, SKY Cable Corporation’s broadband, cable TV and mobile internet bundle, is only one of the digital initiatives of ABS-CBN, the Philippines’ leading media and entertainment company, which is rapidly transitioning into an agile digital company with the biggest online presence among all media companies, and a growing list of digital properties. SKY Cable Corporation is the cable, direct-to-home, and broadband unit of ABS-CBN Corporation.

 

Topics: HBO , One SKY Premium , SKYcable
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