WarnerMedia plans to charge $9.99 per month for its advertising-supported HBO Max service, according to people familiar with the matter speaking to CNBC.Expand Expanding Close
HBO Max a popular option to subscribe to the premium network directly on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and more but its price has no doubt held back some potential subscribers. Now AT&T has announced that it’s planning to launch a more affordable ad-supported version of HBO Max this June.Expand Expanding Close
HBO Max officially launched to the public last week, with new applications for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. The Verge now reports that HBO Max will be excused from AT&T’s mobile data limits. This means you can stream HBO Max through your AT&T mobile data, without it counting toward your data cap.