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How does HBO Go work

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Do you just have access to HBO and what's currently on....or is it Like Netflix and Hulu where you have access to a movie library.....or do they have specific programming just for it.

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IF I have Verizon FIOS and a DVR I can record all the channels that I subscribe to right? So if I have HBO I can DVR Game of Thrones..etc

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Pretty much all of their HBO Original shows are available. They also quite a bit of current movies availalble too I think.

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In addition to (nearly) all their original shows Go also has a significantly bigger movie selection than HBO On Demand. It's pretty sweet. I just hope they improve the picture quality by time it hits 360 on April 1st, because as it is it's not nearly as good looking as Netflix Instant.

And yeah, you can record anything including HBO. Whenever there's a free trial weekend of other movie channels I'm always sure to record everything I can before it ends :lol:

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HBO Go has pretty close to everything from their original programming catalog and all of the third party content that is currently airing on the network.

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Decided to cancel netflix since all the shows I want to watch are on this

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Decided to cancel netflix since all the shows I want to watch are on this

Yeah I did the same thing...cancelled netflix and Hulu Plus.

But I spent the entire day calling Verizon....going through what they have and then saying no thanks until they offered me the right deal/combination.

Internet 35/35

Prime HD (their Basic Cabe Package) with just HBO

DVR

Russian Channels

78.00 a month for two years.

As long as we at least keep internet we can cancel out at anytime from the TV stuff if we find we don't like it.

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It's a pity the quality sucks. I'll just stick to BDs/DVDs.

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Verizon is the DC area is pretty awesome.

I wish I could have verizon wireless because they are the only ones who give you full access to your phone while in the Metrorail underground.......almost my entire 35 minute ride into DC is underground. My Internet has never gone down once and I actually hit the promised speeds of 25/25.

As for TV...we'll I'll keep my fingers crossed.

When I was a kid living out in the boondocks we had one of those big old satellite dishes that we would get coordinates and punch in to pick up TV services. I'm kinda curious about how those fare nowadays because I have a pretty big back yard.

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Verizon is the DC area is pretty awesome.

I wish I could have verizon wireless because they are the only ones who give you full access to your phone while in the Metrorail underground.......almost my entire 35 minute ride into DC is underground. My Internet has never gone down once and I actually hit the promised speeds of 25/25.

As for TV...we'll I'll keep my fingers crossed.

When I was a kid living out in the boondocks we had one of those big old satellite dishes that we would get coordinates and punch in to pick up TV services. I'm kinda curious about how those fare nowadays because I have a pretty big back yard.

I wonder also I haven't seen one in a very long time.

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