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Local viewers will have more options to view HBO channels

By Wong Chung Wee - on 31 Jan 2019, 7:03pm

Local viewers will have more options to view HBO channels

1) HBO GO finally comes to Singapore!

Very soon, local viewers will have more options to view HBO content. For a start, HBO GO is available as a direct service on your mobile for S$13.98 per month with no TV subscription required. Just subscribe from HBO with your iTunes or Google account. Singapore is one of the few countries in this region where HBO GO is available without being tied to a cable partner; the others include Hong Kong, Philippines, and Indonesia.


2) StarHub updates its HBO line-up

For StarHub customers, the company has just launched its HBO promotion as it reduced its monthly charges for HBO GO to S$13.98 from the usual price of S$19.90. StarHub TV customers will also get discounted prices for their TV packs moving forward:-

  • HBO Pak - Formerly S$19.26 per month, now just S$13.98 per month
  • Supreme Box Office Pack - Formerly S$28.90 per month, now just S$25 per month

In addition, StarHub is offering HBO GO for free to Supreme Box Office Pack and HBO Pak with StarHub TV GO VAS customers.

3) HBO is now available through Singtel too

For Singtel TV customers, take note! HBO will now be available from 01 February 2019. As a special promotion, existing subscribers can enjoy all six HBO channels on Singtel TV channels 420 - 425 and companion mobile app, Singtel TV GO for free till 28th February 2019. This is just in time for the local premiere of the final season of Games of Thrones!

The pricing details for HBO content subscription on Singtel TV platform have not been finalized yet; however, we can be sure that they will give former HBO exclusive partner Starhub a run for their money.

(Source: Starhub, Singtel, HBO Asia)

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