A survey issued by Intellisurvey on behalf of the WWE sent to thousands of WWE Network subscribers revealed four different plans that WWE are looking into, including “access to independent wrestling content such as TNA and Ring of Honor.”
This would be the first time that WWE has somewhat acknowledged the interest in the TNA video library and they are strongly rumored to be acquiring it.
The plans are priced Free, $4.99, $9.99, and $14.99, with each plan offering more content than the lower priced once.
The $9.99 plan is pretty much the same as now however the $14.99 version includes the independent wrestling content, early event ticket access, Hall of Fame voting, online chats, offline content download, 2nd screen content, no commercials, and invitations to exclusive VIP meetings.
The free plan includes watching video clips of five minutes each, access to 5 hours per month of all the video archive, the 24/7 live stream excluding the live pay-per-views and special events, and the ability to watch on all the devices. The free plan also has full commercials.
The $4.99 version has access to video clips of less than 5 minutes each, the big four pay-per-view events, NXT, full access to the video archive and 24/7 stream, limited commercials, and the ability to watch on a smart phone and tablet only.
You can see a screenshot of the survey issued below.