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  Reply # 1074849 26-Jun-2014 10:25
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BlueShift: ... edited for television ...

Funny; I was under the impression that Game of Thrones was made as a Television program.  Why would they need to edit it for Television ?

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(And yes, that is fairly firmly tongue in cheek!)

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  Reply # 1075135 26-Jun-2014 17:24
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Some people do sell access to HBO Go online, I have it setup on my Roku. I am pretty sure its bending a few rules.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1075493 27-Jun-2014 12:19
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BlueShift:
mattwnz: Isn't it now on prime? Or is that an old series they are playing?


Its an old series, and edited for television.

 

It's season 2 currently showing on Prime. Season 1 finished about 2 years ago on Prime, so it's been a long wait for FTA.




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  Reply # 1075956 28-Jun-2014 11:40
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Hi does anyone know what devices HBO Nordic supports ?




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  Reply # 1075973 28-Jun-2014 12:12
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rokki: Hi does anyone know what devices HBO Nordic supports ?

xbox 360 ipad, mac, pc, just downloading app now.
Big issue is that it appears you need a Nordic credit card. Just tried 3 credit cards and all rejected. see link below. 

http://support.unblock-us.com/customer/portal/questions/5570673-hbo-nordic-and-credit-cards

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  Reply # 1075975 28-Jun-2014 12:17
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Also NOW TV UK offers it on demand. 5 pound a month and you can opt in and out. Most DNS services provide support.

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  Reply # 1076356 29-Jun-2014 07:03
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You could buy the Blu-ray set from Amazon.co.uk.

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  Reply # 1078055 1-Jul-2014 16:32
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GeekGuy: Some people do sell access to HBO Go online, I have it setup on my Roku. I am pretty sure its bending a few rules.


Thanks for the tip, I purchased an HBO sub for $12 USD a month. Works really well with HD via roku. 

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