HBO’s authenticated online video destinations – HBO GO and MAX GO – now are available free from Charter Communications, giving customers who subscribe to HBO and/or Cinemax unlimited online access.

U.S. customers can use any computer with a high-speed connection or  iPhones, iPads and select Android devices with a 3G connection.

"Charter is taking another step to bring quality video content to our customers when they want it and where they want it," says Marti Moore, vice president/Web Technology, Customer Experience at Charter. "If you’re not home for the latest episode of a favorite series or an anticipated new release, you can now watch while you’re on the go. The convenience of DVRs and on-demand capabilities were just the beginning. With GO, our customers can enjoy great HBO and Cinemax programming from just about anywhere."

To view content online, Charter’s HBO and Cinemax viewers can go to hbogo.com and maxgo.com or to charter.net/hbo and charter.net/cinemax. Once there, they sign in using their Charter user IDs and passwords; they then can make their selections and view.

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