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HTC Tech Tuesday is taking a closer look at a popular streaming device. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a device that plugs into an HDTV to allow viewers access to thousands of movies, television shows, apps and games. The Fire TV Stick is also the preferred streaming device of HTC TV MAX, the new streaming service that will be available from HTC later this year.

The device simply plugs into your TV’s HDMI port and offers access to your favorite TV shows, movies, music and other entertainment. By using the Fire TV Stick, you also have an option to purchase premium viewing channels like HBO MAX Now, ESPN, and Hulu.

The Fire TV Stick can be purchased for $39.99 and comes boxed with your new Fire TV Stick, the remote, a USB cable and power adapter, HDMI extender, 2 AAA batteries, and a guide to get you started. Over 34 million people use the Fire TV Stick to stream their favorite programming, and HTC members are a part of the group.

Once you insert the Fire TV Stick into your television, you can create viewer profiles that track your favorite programs and will offer movies based on your viewing history. The Fire TV Stick can be used to access many streaming options, including HTC TV MAX, a service that’s set to launch later this year.

HTC TV MAX is being tested by more than 350 viewers. The vast majority of those testers access the service via the Fire TV Stick, making it the preferred method to view the new streaming service available mid-2020.

Use your High-Speed Internet service to access a variety of entertainment through the Amazon Fire TV Stick. Learn more about the new HTC streaming service, HTC TV MAX, and continue to watch for upcoming segments of Tech Tuesday for more ways to use your broadband service.

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