Any Kind Soul Want to Share Their HBO Go?

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  • Comcast is finally allowing users to take advantage of their HBO Go, through the Roku. Prior to a few days ago, they had been restricting access for years, in hopes that people would use Comcasts' own devices to stream.

    Anybody feel in the giving mood this holiday season to allow a fellow Hawk fan to "borrow" their HBO Go access to stream through my Roku? I need to catch up on some Game of Thrones. HBO is on record of supporting this "borrowing" of HBO Go. :D
    Last edited by nategreat on Fri Dec 19, 2014 4:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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  • Thats good news!! Tired of running HBO Go on my laptop and then having to plug it into the TV.

    About time Comcast!!

    PS, Wish I could loan you my login... by I'm borrowing some elses. :D

    PS Tried it last night, it works!
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  • I totally would, but I am an employee of a provider, so providing access to my account is grounds for termination. Best of luck!! I know someone here will help out!
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  • Haha thanks guys, I'll keep my fingers crossed and hope for the best... someone out there has a soft heart, this I know for sure :D
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  • Now if they'd just allow it via the PS3...

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