Many reports are circulating that WWE is planning to make some major changes to the WWE Network. The idea is to incorporate a tier-based system that would allow users to choose from a variety of different-priced plans, with the most expensive plan ($14.99 a month) including access to ROH and TNA.
A WWE market research survey has been leaked by Reddit user rflairfan1, showing the four tiers of plans and what would be available on each subscription package. You can see the survey below:
The cheapest plan is actually free, and allows you to watch Raw and Smackdown and 5 hours a month worth of old content, but you get full commercials. Dave Meltzer has stated that the $4.99 per month model will be exclusive to phone and tablet, and subscribers would get all of the free content plus the ‘Big Four’ PPVs, full access to the video archive and NXT (not live however). The $9.99 plan is expected to remain the same as it currently is. Finally, the new $14.99 a month subscription that could be introduced will give payers access to non-WWE wrestling content. TNA and ROH may possibly be part of the package (as shown above), and other promotions such as EVOLVE and Progress have also be mentioned. Also, subscribers to this plan can vote for who should be inducted into WWE’s Hall of Fame.
What do you think of the possible WWE Network changes? Which plan are you thinking of subscribing to?
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