- HBO Max launches on May 27th and will cost $15 per month.
- Millions of AT&T customers will be able to access
HBO Maxfree of charge, some for a limited time and some forever, depending on their video, internet, or wireless plan.
- HBO Now and Charter video subscribers will also get
HBO Maxfor free.
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The streaming service market got even more crowded this week with AT&T announcing that HBO Max will launch on May 27th.
AT&T offers such a wide variety of packages and services and plans that it can be difficult to sort through them all to find out whether or not you’re eligible for a free
- HBO Max free forever: DirecTV Premier, Lo Maximo, U-Verse U400, U-Verse U450, U-Verse U450 Latino, AT&T TV NOW MAX, AT&T TV PREMIER
- HBO Max free for a year: AT&T TV CHOICE, AT&T TV XTRA, AT&T TV ULTIMATE, AT&T TV ÓPTIMO MÁS, DIRECTV CHOICE, DIRECTV XTRA, DIRECTV ULTIMATE, DIRECTV MÁS ULTRA or DIRECTV ÓPTIMO MÁS
- HBO Max free for three months: Video packages not listed above
- HBO Max free forever: AT&T Internet 1000
- HBO Max free for a month: Internet plans not listed above
- HBO Max free forever: AT&T Unlimited Elite
- HBO Max free for a month: AT&T Unlimited Extra, AT&T Unlimited Starter, AT&T Mobile Share
In addition to all of the plans above, AT&T has also announced that Charter Silver and Gold customers will get access to
Needless to say, this is infinitely more complicated than the rollout of
On Tuesday, HBO announced that the launch lineup of Max Originals features Love Life (a scripted series starring Anna Kendrick), On the Record (a documentary about the music industry in the wake of #MeToo), Legendary (a new ballroom competition series), Craftopia (crafting competition series for kids), Looney Tunes Cartoons (new animated shorts featuring classic characters), and The Not Too Late Show with Elmo.