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AT&T: To start offering HBO Max to customers once again

AT&T is once again offering HBO Max to its customers. 

Earlier today, AT&T and Warner Bros. Discovery made an announcement that it had struck a new deal once again. According to the press release, the new agreement replaces the previous offer that AT&T gave to its customers. To recall, AT&T offered the $15/month ad-free HBO Max package to its Unlimited Elite plan customers as well as the ad-supported bundle to unlimited plan Cricket prepaid customers. AT&T quietly pulled the plug on this offer in June. 

It was also mentioned that “this adjusted agreement represents an important step in positioning both AT&T and Warner Bros. Discovery for continued success.” 

Unfortunately, this is all we know about the agreement. There’s no mention of the new HBO Max plan that AT&T will be giving its customers. The press release also did not mention when AT&T will start offering the perk once again. 


Source: PhoneArena