The times they are a changing and so is how we consume media. The WWE has also figured this out by launching the WWE network but here is the interesting part, you won’t be calling your local cable company or satellite provider to ask for this channel. Coming on February 24th, this will be the first network to launch with a 24/7 streaming service, live content, and an on-demand section with thousands of hours of wrestling fun.
One of the best things about this network is that it will give them all 12 of the WWE’s pay-per-views for just $9.99 a month. Which if purchased through your cable or satellite provider would cost you $675 for the year.
The best part about this service and why it is featured as an article on a computer site is that it will stream on all of your devices. That’s right, your Amazon Kindle Fire, Android devices including Samsung Galaxy devices, iOS devices such as the Apple iPad and iPhone, your Roku device, PS3 and PS4 gaming machines, Xbox One and a few select smart TV’s coming this summer.
All you have to do to subscribe is sign up for a WWE.com account although you will need to sign up for a six month commitment for the $9.99 a month which is still a great deal and protects the WWE from people just wanting to grab one pay-per-view for $9.99 and then cancel. The WWE Network is set to launch on the 24th of February and will be giving a limited time trial of one week to all who want to see what this channel is all about. The channel is going to be available in the US to start and going to other countries such as the UK and Canada in the late 2014/early 2015.
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Below my buddies at IGN break down the WWE fun!