HBO has announced that consumers can watch around 500 hours of prime content on their app or website this month without a subscription. As such, consumers get access to dozens of series, documentaries and movies on the HBO app and websites.
WHO has declared the coronavirus (COVID-19) spread as a pandemic. Therefore, most cities have shut down schools and offices, asking people to stay indoors as much as possible.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic spreads, most cities are on lock down. To try and slowdown the spread of COVID-19, people are staying indoors to maintain social distancing.
HBO’s announcement comes amid the backdrop of this coronavirus induced lockdown. The idea is that this free content will help people to spend time locked indoors.
Undoubtedly this is welcome news for the millions who are now under mandatory lock-down around the world.
HBO makes many titles free to stream, no subscription needed.
Starting this week, consumers can stream around 9 HBO series. The list includes Silicon Valley (6 seasons), The Sopranos (7 seasons), True Blood (7 seasons), Veep (7 seasons), The Wire (5 seasons), Ballers (5 seasons), Barry (2 seasons), Six Feet Under (5 seasons), and Succession (2 seasons).
Likewise, there are ten documentaries as well for you to enjoy. The list of documentaries on HBO includes “The Apollo”, “The Case Against Adnan Syed”, “Elvis Presley : The Searcher” and “I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter”, among others.
In continuation, the list of movies which are now available for free streaming is longer. Consumers can stream up to 20 Warner Bros. movies which includes “Arthur”, “Arthur 2”, “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, “Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase”, “Pan”, “Storks”, etc.
For a complete list of titles, do check out HBO’s websites. No subscription or signing up for the free trial is required to stream these titles. Therefore, simply visit the HBOGO.com and HBONOW.com platforms, select your title and start streaming.
Technology Firms Come Together Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Lockdowns
However, there is hope among the dire news that keeps coming during the COVID-19 lock-downs. Importantly, we have seen technology companies come together to support users who are stuck at home.
As an example, Dish announced that the company will loan its unused spectrum holdings with major US wireless carriers for the next 60 days. As such, the major US carriers – Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile – would utilize some of Dish’s vast unused spectrum to temporarily boost their 4G LTE networks.
Similarly, T-Mobile has upgraded customers to unlimited data plans starting March 13th, 2020. This change is applicable for all T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers as well.
Do let us know in the comments below if you find any other titles for free on the HBO GO or HBO NOW platforms.