Game of Thrones is HBO’s most popular TV series ever. The good news is that you can now watch each episode in real time without subscribing to a cable service and whats more you can do so from anywhere in the world.
Season 5 of this popular fantasy drama TV series is will premiere on April 12, 2015!
HBO just released its streaming service HBO NOW, which allows you to stream its content online for $15 per month.
HBO content is only available for viewing inside the United States. so if you’re traveling outside of the US or located in a country where HBO NOW or HBO GO are not yet available and you can use a USA IP address to overcome the geo-blocking.
What’s the different between HBO GO and the new HBO NOW streaming services?
HBO GO is the existing service, which allows people who pay for it as part of their US cable subscription package to stream the content on the Internet.
HBO NOW is a stand-alone streaming service and doesn’t require any US cable subscription, the launch price for the service is $15 per month. The service started in April 2015 and has initially launched on Apple devices (Apple TV, iPad, and iPhone). In addition, HBO will offer a 30-day free trial to anyone who signs up through Apple in April. Apple will be the exclusive internet-only provider of HBO Now for the first 3 months.
Keen to get a USA iTunes account without using a credit card? Check out our step-by-step help guide.
Whilst our VPN or Proxy solutions will allow you to run HBO on your computer or tablet, devices such as Apple TV require one of our Pre-Configured VPN Routers. With a VPN Router you can connect to a separate WIFI zone in your home for the country you want and connect all your devices to it so they get an IP address in that country.
Furthermore HBO isn’t the only geographically-censored streaming services a VPN or Proxy will allow you to access. Services from the USA like Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Pandora are available and with our UK service websites like BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4OD, SkyGo and Now TV are available – essentially you can access international content from virtually anywhere!