The Network went live for audiences outside the United States at 1am this morning, giving Kiwis access to an in-depth video library including every WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-view event.
New Zealanders who sign up for six months can access the Network for $9.99 USD per month, or $59.94 USD in total which was equivalent to $71.10 NZD at the time this article was published.
Any individual month’s access to WWE Network, without a six-month commitment, will be made available for $12.99 USD ($15.40 NZD).
WWE Network airs pay-per-view events live—including Monday’s SummerSlam—at no additional cost as part of its line-up, and also screens other live in-ring programming, such as Main Event.
“If you’re a wrestling historian, or someone discovering us for the first time, the WWE Network is the destination for all WWE fans,” WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon said earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Network is currently available on computers and laptops, as well as devices with the WWE app installed, such as mobile phones and selected gaming consoles.
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