Polish pay TV operator Cyfrowy Polsat has added new functionality to the HBO Go service it offers its subs.
HBO Go is premium programmer and channel operator HBO’s on-demand service, allowing HBO customers to watch shows from the channel on-demand and on connected devices.
Cyfrowy Polsat was already making Go available to its customers, but has now added a live-streaming component. The pay TV operator’s customers who have HBO can now watch the channel live online.
Polish customers pay PLN35 (€8.34) a month for an HBO subscription, which comprises six channels and the HBO Go service.
HBO has been aggressively rolling out Go in central and eastern Europe. Earlier this week it announced a new launch in Bulgaria.
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