Wonder Woman 1984: HBO Max

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by Robbie Imes, 5 min read

Arguably the biggest blockbuster film event of 2020, Wonder Woman 1984, will simultaneously be released in theaters and exclusively streaming on HBO Max on December 25th. Not only does this mark the movie’s long-awaited release, but the film will also be the first 4K movie for HBO Max, and will also support HDR 10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. Christmas Day just got a lot more super-powered this year.

The best part of all is you get access to the movie, plus so much more, for no additional charge, with Superfast 1 GIG Internet powered by AT&T Fiber SM. The blazing fast internet with 20X faster upload speeds than cable1, delivers Wonder Woman 1984 in crystal clear 4K with crisp sound right to your living room. 

1Disclaimer: Comparison of Internet 1000 wired upload connection speed to Xfinity, Spectrum & COX 1Gig service with uploads of 35 Mbps. For more information, go to www.att.com/speed101.


An action-packed blockbuster extravaganza, Wonder Woman 1984 meets up with our heroine years after the first film, where she will battle villains Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and the Cheetah (Kristin Wiig), an enigmatic foe that has her own superhuman powers. Returning to the role of Wonder Woman is Gal Gadot, as well as her love interest, Captain Steve Trevor played by Chris Pine. 

Start your journey with AT&T Fiber and HBO Max with an incredible movie this holiday season. The 2017 Wonder Woman release was the third-highest-grossing film that year, making this much-anticipated follow up worth the price of admission alone. 

And now that the holidays are ready, set go, let’s explore more of the powerful advantages of the Internet with AT&T Fiber.  

What Is Fiber? 

Fiber-optic internet, or simply called fiber, is a super-powered broadband connection that utilizes fiber-optic cable to deliver faster speeds to customers. 

AT&T Fiber technology uses light waves rather than electricity to transmit data. This allows it to communicate to larger amounts of information at higher speeds, creating a seamless experience to your home or office. 

The Power of Fiber 

Superfast 1 GIG Internet with AT&T Fiber delivers 20x faster Upload Speeds than cable1, 99% reliability2 and a mind-blowing 1,000Mbps connection3. A lightning fast connection coupled with the advantage of unlimited internet data means you can stream all the TV you want throughout your home. A family of four can enjoy simultaneous internet usage, from entertainment, education, and connecting with friends and loved ones. 

1Disclaimer: Comparison of Internet 1000 wired upload connection speed to Xfinity, Spectrum & COX 1Gig service with uploads of 35 Mbps. For more information, go to www.att.com/speed101.

2Based on network availability.  

3Internet speed claims represent maximum network service capabilities and based on wired connection to gateway. Actual customer speeds may vary based on a number of factors and are not guaranteed. Download speeds for Internet 1000 are typically up to 940Mbps due to overhead capacity reserved to deliver the data. For more information, go to www.att.com/speed101


HBO Max is Included with AT&T Fiber 

Get 1 GIG Internet for $60 per month for 1 yr and get HBO Max included4. HBO Max alone is $14.99/month, which means you get the best premium entertainment included every month at no extra cost. This is the best moment in time to have access to the legendary studio. 

For now, the devices that will allow you to experience Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max in glorious 4K include the Apple TV 4K, Amazon Fire Stick 4K, Amazon Fire TV Cube, 4K Fire TV Edition smart TVs, Chromecast Ultra, AT&T TV and select Android TV devices. 

Get the superpower of 1GIG Internet with AT&T Fiber now and see Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max in eye-popping 4K. 


4 Plus taxes & $10/mo equip fee.  Compatible device and online account registration required for HBO Max access. Add’l fees & restr's apply.Learn more at www.att.com/internet

AT&T FiberSM – Limited availability. May not be available in your area. Call or go to www.att.com/getfiber to see if you qualify.
INTERNET OFFER: Price for Internet 1000 for new residential AT&T Fiber customers.  Pricing for first 12 months only.  After 12 mos., then prevailing rate applies (currently, $80/mo) unless canceled by customer prior to end of 12 months. Additional Fees & Taxes: AT&T one-time transactional fees, $10/mo. equipment fee, and monthly cost recovery surcharges which are not government-required may apply, as well as taxes. See www.att.com/fees for details.  Installation: $99 installation for full tech install. Credit restrictions apply.  Pricing subject to change. Subj. to Internet Terms of Service at att.com/internet-terms. HBO MAX:  Access HBO Max through HBO Max app on compatible device or on hbomax.com using compatible browser with your AT&T log-in credentials. New AT&T customers: visit att.com/myatt to create your account and obtain log-in credentials. Use of HBO Max is subject to its own terms and conditions, see hbomax.com/terms-of-use for details. Wireless data rates may apply for app download/usage outside the home.  If you have residential DIRECTV, AT&T TV, U-Verse TV or AT&T TV NOW, HBO channels and HBO On Demand will also be added on that TV platform. May be billed and then credited (excluding PREMIER package on AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW) on that TV platform within 2 bills. Programming and content subj. to change and benefit may be modified, discontinued or terminated at any time without notice. Upon cancellation of eligible internet plan you may lose access to HBO Max.  Limits: Access to one HBO Max account per AT&T account holder. May not be stackable w/other offers, credits or discounts. AT&T employees and retirees are not eligible for the HBO Max Add-on. To learn more, visit att.com/hbomax. HBO Max is only accessible in the U.S. and certain U.S. territories where a high-speed broadband connection is available. Minimum 3G connection is required for viewing on mobile devices.  HBO MAX is used under license.



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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.