If you want to watch “Wonder Woman 1984” for free by signing up for the HBO Max trial version, you need to make other plans. Starting this week, streaming services will no longer provide new subscribers with a free one-week registration period.
This development took place three weeks before the release of “Wonder Woman 1984” on December 25.
WarnerMedia runs HBO Max for its parent company AT&T, and the company told CNET that this is just following the lead of Netflix and Disney+. Both platforms stopped free trials earlier this year. As far as Disney is concerned, it did it before Hamilton premiered on July 3.
A spokesperson for the company told CNET: “We frequently update and iterate our offer to provide potential subscribers with a flexible way to access all the content that HBO Max must provide.” We have contacted the company for additional comments and information, We will update it when we hear from you.
The subscription fee for HBO Max is $15 per month.
Although this move may upset some people, it is not surprising. “Wonder Woman 1984” easily became one of HBO Max’s most popular games of the year. Also, as Warner Bros.’s entire 2021 movie plan will debut on the service, the company may not lose a lot of money because of the free trial.