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WWE Network Now Available on Xbox One

Posted on Wednesday, April 30 @ 12:28:44 PST by

Available January this year on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, the WWE Network is now available on Xbox One. The streaming channel service costs $9.99/month with a starting commitment of six months and provides 24/7 programming.

This includes all 12 WWE pay-per-views, WWE NXT, WWE Superstars, Wrestlemania Rewind, and whole host of additional pre- and post-shows to satisfy your wrestling needs. And if you don't have time to watch it live, there will be a video-on-demand library for you to watch them on your own time.

The Xbox One app for the service is comparable to the PS4 version with a stronger connection to the 720p HD quality stream. 
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