WWE Network now available in New Zealand

WWE has now released the WWE Network to New Zealand wrestling fans as well as many other countries as of today.

The WWE Network previously launched only in USA back in February. As of August 12th, the service is now available in over 170 other countries including New Zealand. The WWE Network can be used on a variety of devices. This includes PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 devices. Android and iOS devices can also view the WWE Network as well. Basically most devices carry the WWE Network expect for the Wii U sadly.

There are several payment options that are available for fans. Thankfully, the price is all in US dollars so you just get charged in your own currency. You can opt to pay $USD9.99 per month with a minimum commitment of six months. Alternatively, you can pay for just one month for only $USD12.99 which you can cancel anytime.

Getting the WWE Network gives you access to all PPV events from WWE, WCW and ECW. You also get to receive all the new PPV events as well. Not to mention there are hours of other archived content from old TV shows plus original programming that is exclusive only to WWE Network.

If you live in New Zealand, WWE Network is cheaper than paying the $24.99 per month for PPV events on Sky Arena. Not to mention you don’t have to pay for Sky itself on top of it. The only thing WWE Network doesn’t include are new episodes of Raw and Smackdown. Raw and Smackdown shows are a minimum of four weeks old. Not too bad since you get the PPV events live off of the satellite anyway plus all of the other stuff already mentioned.

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