HBO Max will be cheaper than HBO Nordic

HBO Max will be cheaper than HBO Nordic

It was launched on October 26th.

Already last year, it was announced that HBO Nordic will change its name to HBO Max in 2021. The company now confirms in a press release that the name change and other changes will happen on October 26 here on the mountain — at the same time that the price of the service will be lowered.

Thus, the price you pay will be reduced from the current level of 109 kroner, Up to 89 kroner per month. If you stick with a year in a row, it will also be cheaper. Then you get 12 months of content for the price of eight. Total 699 kr.

In this case, that means they pay the same monthly price as, among other things, the cheapest Disney+ and Netflix subscription, but the 12-month agreement makes HBO Max somewhat cheaper.

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HBO is best known for giant series like Game of Thrones, and includes brands like Warner Bros. and HBO, DC, Cartoon Network, and Max Originals.

With HBO Max, the company is also promising that you will no longer have to wait more than 45 days from when a Warner Bros. movie premieres. Until it becomes available for live broadcasting. When HBO Max was first announced, the movies were supposed to be available at the same time on the streaming service as they are in cinemas, but this caused quite a stir among the filmmakers, so the two parties agreed for 45 days. So you still have to hydrate yourself with a few dozen days of patience for the content moving from the big screen and from your home to your living room.

HBO says it will focus more on European content, under the name “Max Originals”. Includes Beforeigners Season 2 (Norway), Kamikaze (Denmark), Todo lo Otro (Spain), Venga Juan (Spain), Garcia! (Spain), Ruxx (Romania), The Informant (Hungary), The Thaw (Poland) and Still Here (Poland).

The service will be launched in 27 countries, with Norway on October 26.

(Source: press release)

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