Cignal TV, the Philippines’ premier direct-to-home (DTH) pay television provider, rewards its Postpaid subscribers with another awesome addition to their viewing experience with HBO GO. Now, Cignal Postpaid subscribers can stream their favorite blockbuster movies and HBO Original series anytime, anywhere simply by adding HBO GO to their Cignal Postpaid account.
Cignal subscribers with Postpaid Plans 1650 and 1990 can get HBO GO at no additional cost. Other Cignal Postpaid subscribers can stream the service through the HBO GO add-on for only Php99 per month.
“Cignal TV has the most extensive content lineup of premium channels, amazing movies, TV shows and original content on the linear channel, and now with HBO GO, we can give our subscribers even more awesome content – on demand,” said Guido R. Zaballero, First Vice President and Head of Marketing, Cignal TV, Inc.
“We live in a world where it’s all about accessibility and content-on-demand is king. HBO GO lets our subscribers enjoy the overall experience of content that they could watch on linear programming and content they could stream on any device they choose to.”
HBO GO is a streaming service that allows subscribers to access thousands of hours of exciting content from HBO's wide selection of movies and shows including Hollywood blockbusters, HBO Original and HBO Asia series, documentaries, dramas, and kid-friendly content, anytime, anywhere. Subscribers can also stream the live TV channels, such as HBO, HBO Signature, HBO Family, HBO Hits, Cinemax, and Red by HBO via the HBO GO app.
Among the latest movies on HBO GO are Angel Has Fallen, Official Secrets and Uglydolls as well as ever-popular movies like the entire Harry Potter movie franchise and movies from the Dairy of a Wimpy Kid and How To Train Your Dragon franchises.
Those who love critically-acclaimed movies should check out A Star is Born, Crazy Rich Asians, or Rocketman, to name a few. Families can spend movie time together with Pokemon Detective Pikachu, The Secret Life of Pets 2, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Dora And The Lost City Of Gold and many others. With HBO GO users get the most diverse selection of great Asian content and all-time classics from just about every genre.
Missed an episode or a season of Game of Thrones, Westworld or Watchmen? Do you want to relive the best moments of Sex and the City or The Sopranos? With HBO GO, you can watch all the hit HBO Originals anytime, anywhere. Stream the latest series like Perry Mason and I’ll Be Gone In The Dark – same time as the U.S. – or download series like Doom Patrol and Love Life which are available exclusively. Craving something local? The HBO Asia Original series, Food Lore, features an episode in Tagalog by Filipino director Erik Matti.
The best part is that subscribers can watch the entire HBO GO library whenever they want – on their mobile devices or even cast it to their TV for a bigger screen experience. They can easily organize movie nights and movie marathons as HBO GO lets users curate their watchlists. Whether they are in the mood for some chick-flicks, suspense or comedy, they can compile all their favorite movies and series in one list. Subscribers can even download up to 20 pieces of content on their device, so they can watch it even without an internet connection.
Cignal TV is the home of 118 SD and HD channels, including free-to-air and a varied mix of 17 audio channels, on-demand Pay-Per-Views, and online streaming via its Cignal Play website and app.
About Cignal TV
Cignal TV was launched in 2009 and is currently the country's premier DTH satellite provider. It's also the largest Pay TV operator in the Philippines. It transmits 118 channels including free-to-air, SD and HD channels to household and commercial venues nationwide. It also offers a mix of 17 audio channels and on-demand service through pay-per-view channels and content add-ons. Cignal is owned by Cignal TV, a subsidiary of MediaQuest Holdings, the media partner of PLDT Group.
About HBO Asia
HBO is part of WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks’ portfolio of brands and available to viewers in 25 territories in Asia. In addition to its award-winning HBO Original series, movies and documentaries, HBO Asia Originals tell compelling stories from around the region. Original programming is supplemented by exclusive, first-run content from major Hollywood and independent studios. In Asia, companion channels and services include HBO Signature, HBO Family, HBO Hits, Cinemax, Warner TV, HBO On Demand, 鼎级剧场 (Ding Ji Ju Chang) as well as Asian channels, Red by HBO and Oh!K. HBO GO is a regional streaming service that offers a mix of originals and acquired content – including kids content from Cartoon Network – available to download or stream anytime, anywhere. Log on to www.hboasia.com and www.hbogoasia.com for more information.