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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I subscribe to HBO NOW?You can subscribe to HBO NOW through various platforms such as Apple App Store, Google Play Store, Roku, Amazon, or directly from the HBO website. After subscribing, you can use your account credentials to log in to the HBO NOW app or website and start streaming.
- What kind of content can I watch on HBO NOW?HBO NOW offers a wide variety of content, including all seasons of HBO's award-winning original series, movies, documentaries, sports, and comedy specials. You can also stream new episodes of HBO's current series immediately after they air.
- Can I watch HBO NOW outside the United States?Unfortunately, HBO NOW is only accessible within the United States and certain U.S. territories. Due to content licensing restrictions, the service is not available outside these regions.
- How many devices can I use with my HBO NOW account?There is no limit to the number of devices you can use with your HBO NOW account. However, the service does limit the number of simultaneous streams to three per account.
- Is HBO NOW available in HD?Yes, HBO NOW streams video in high-definition (HD). The quality of the stream, however, may depend on your device and internet connection.
- Does HBO NOW support closed captions?Yes, HBO NOW supports closed captions for most of its programming. You can enable or disable closed captions through the settings of the HBO NOW app or website.
- Can I cancel my HBO NOW subscription anytime?Yes, you can cancel your HBO NOW subscription at any time. There are no cancellation fees, but you must cancel before your next billing date to avoid being charged for the next month.
- Can I download shows or movies on HBO NOW to watch offline?No, HBO NOW does not currently support offline viewing. You need an active internet connection to stream content.
- Is there a free trial for HBO NOW?HBO NOW does offer a free trial, but it's only available to new customers. The length of the free trial may vary depending on the platform through which you subscribe.