Pay TV network OSN to launch WWE channel in the Middle East
OSN WWE Network HD is due to offer programs that would include all 12 WWE pay-per-view events
Dubai-based Pay TV operator OSN announced Sunday the launch of OSN WWE Network HD in the Middle East and North Africa, the company said in an official statement.
“OSN has a long-standing relationship with WWE, and we are now expanding that relationship further by launching OSN WWE Network HD exclusively in the region,” Andy Warkman, OSN Vice President, Sport and Production said.
“This is great news for WWE fans in the Middle East and North Africa,” Warkman said.
OSN WWE Network HD is due to offer programs that would include all 12 WWE pay-per-view events as well as classic matches and exclusive coverage of special events.
The statement stated that the channel would be “free of charge” on Sunday, March 29.
Starting March 30, OSN WWE Network HD channel will be automatically available for Platinium HD package subscribers.
Non-Platinium HD package users will have the option to upgrade their package or select the add-on option for $9.99 per month.
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