Mobile service provider Globe has announced that its content partner HBO GO will be the first in the Philippines to premiere DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 this month.
The action-packed film that debuted globally in December of last year follows the next chapter in Diana Price’s story as she saves the world once again--this time in vibrant and sleek ‘80s fashion.
Wonder Woman 1984 is just one of the many films available on the platform as Globe and HBO GO unceasingly work together to encourage its customers to watch and stream their favorite movies legally through trusted partners.
New Globe At Home Postpaid customers who avail of the latest UNLI FIBER UP Plans instantly enjoy trial access to HBO GO for three months. This offer is also up for grabs for existing customers when they upgrade their current subscriptions to Plan 1699 and up. This exclusive promo is accessible through the Globe At Home app.
Apart from Wonder Woman 1984, HBO GO is the content streaming service that offers an expansive film and series library with popular titles such as True Blood, other DC films, as well as HBO-exclusive content like Game of Thrones. There are also kid-friendly content that the entire family can enjoy, one of which is Tom and Jerry 2021, premiering on June 4.
Globe is currently the only telco company that provides its customers access to a wide selection of content streaming sites in order to reinvent the “home theater” experience. Other than HBO GO, check out the selection of Globe’s content partners that work together in encouraging its customers to #PlayItRight: https://www.globe.com.ph/apps-content.html
Launched in 2017, Globe proudly announced its strong opposition to the illegal widespread access and sharing of copyrighted content on the internet with #PlayItRight. This is the anti-online piracy movement that aims to educate customers on the effects of illegal content consumption and how we can all play a role to protect the Filpino family from committing a crime, as well as protect and support the local entertainment industry and the content creation industry, especially at a time that livelihoods of those in the entertainment sector are extremely challenged by the pandemic.
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