NBCU Peacock streaming service, the home of WWE Network in the US, is set to undergo price changes according to a recent update.
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Variety reports that beginning August 17, existing customers on their next billing cycle will experience a price increase. Peacock Premium (with ads) will rise by one dollar to $5.99 per month, while Peacock Premium Plus (mostly commercial-free) will increase by two dollars to $11.99 per month. These updated prices will also apply to new customers signing up from today.
This adjustment follows the removal of the free subscription tier earlier this year. Since March 2021, Peacock has been the exclusive US distributor of WWE content following a deal made in January of the same year. In April, it was announced that the streaming platform had reached the significant milestone of 22 million subscribers.
WWE’s recent premium live event, Money in the Bank 2023, took place at the O2 Arena in London, England. The next highly anticipated WWE event, SummerSlam 2023, is scheduled for August 5 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Notably, there have been recent revelations about changes to a significant match lineup for this upcoming event.
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