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HBO Go now supported on Guam by DOCOMO Pacific

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by Jason Salas

Guam - You don't have to be a Game of Thrones geek to appreciate this, but today was an epic day for digital entertainment locally, thanks to the folks at DOCOMO Pacific.

Since a lot of you newly-minted graduates from the Class of 2014 will be vegging-out on the couch for at least a few days, there's something cool you can do, as the big news from entertainment is that the telecomm company now supports the much-overdue HBO Go service! If your house subscribes to HBO and/or Cinemax, you'll get access to the app on all your mobile devices, including XBOX, Chromecast, PS3, and Apple TVs. So, you'll get unlimited Silicon Valley, True Blood, The Sopranos, championship sports, plus the cable service's sizable back catalog of original shows and series.

Check out DOCOMOPacific.com for more.

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