Free HBO Preview Weekend!

Free HBO Preview Weekend!


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    Free HBO Preview Weekend!

    HBO West (Channel 303) w/HD, HBO2 (channel 304) and HBO Family (Channel 305) w/HD will be available to everyone from Friday 6/25 thru Monday 6/28.

    There are other free previews of certain channels available right now. Some from the AT-200 level and more from the AT-250 package level. Periodically check the Preview Channel (102) to see whats on.

    Other Current & Coming Soon Previews:

    GAC (Great American Country) from AT-250
    Now thru 7/7 - Channel 167

    TENIS (Tennis Channel) from AT-250
    6/18 thru 7/7 - Channel 400 (HD Available)

    GOLF (Golf Channel) from AT-200
    Now thru 7/7 - Channel 401 (HD Available)


    BIO (Biography Channel) from AT-250
    6/18 thru 7/7 - Channel 119 (HD Available)

    HISTI (History International) from AT-250
    6/18 thru 7/7 - Channel 121 (HD Available)

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    IMHO, HBO did not air their good stuff for the preview. I saw only 4 items that I wanted to record. Of course that's just me.

 

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