The WWE Network Is Finally Available On Bell

Update: If you’ve looked at the comments under this post, you’ve seen people complaining and rightfully so about the lack of on demand access given to Bell customers. As of this report last night, that’s no longer the case. I went just now to check it out for myself and there are now options for Bell listed on the providers page you need to use to activate the online part of the service. About friggin time, guys.

Original post: I’m astounded (not in a good way) that there was absolutely no press release or other sort of publicity for this, but as of February 25th, the WWE Network is finally available to Bell TV and Bell Fibe subscribers. You can find it on channel 1446.

That’s literally all I can tell you. I assume that the $11.99 price that everyone else is paying applies to Bell also, but who knows? Seriously, what a clown show this is.

But media company clown show or not, I whole heartedly recommend the Network itself. Even if you watch nothing but the monthly pay-per-views, you’re saving a fortune. But there’s also NXT which can be pretty amazing, the various features and documentaries that WWE usually does a great job on and what’s fast becoming my favourite thing, Throwback Thursday. An entire day filled with classic shows from WWF, NWA/WCW, World Class, Mid-South and other libraries they own that I’m probably forgetting? Yes please. And don’t forget that we have online access now, which means full on demand library as opposed to the considerably smaller one they’ve been offering on the TV service. If you like wrestling at all, it’s a great value.

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9 comments
  1. ITS NOT A GOOD DEAL AT ALL! It would be a good deal, if we were to receive the same WWE Network that is provided to every other country besides Canada. Unless u really love watching constant reruns of Total Divas and the horrendous Legends House, you’re totally fuct! Vince didnt just “screw Bret”, he screwed Canada as a whole! No ‘On Demand’ services & no mobile watching capabilities and all for the same price as the rest of the world who do get the whole shebang! Why Bell would agree to job out and get “rolled up into a SMALL PACKAGE” like this, is disgusting and a slap in the face to their customers! Also, to add insult to injury, nobody in their “customer service”😂 department will give you a a straight answer , if any at all! I for one can’t wait until my contract with them expires, so I can Tombstone their digital shit box & Bury it Alive! 🔕🔕🔕

    1. I can’t speak on the Bell TV customer service people specifically since I’ve never had service through them, but if they’re anything like the ones in the home phone department, yeah, totally. Those are some of the absolute worst customer service folks I’ve ever had the misfortune of having to deal with.

      But I have good news. You can absolutely watch the network through the WWE app or the network website. The only catch is that you have to have a TV subscription, which you clearly do since you just spent several lines bitching about it, hahaha. All you have to do is create a free WWE.com account if you don’t have one already. Once that’s done and you’re all logged in, go to the network site or that section in the app and search for what you want to see. Eventually you’ll be asked to log into your TV provider account. Bell, in your case. It’s the account you can use to add or remove services, pay bills, all that stuff. Once that’s done, you can see all the on demand you can handle just like everyone else.

      1. Maybe you should check the available providers first and see if bell is an option. It isnt so i guess he still is right complaining because it sucks

        1. Brutal. I thought Bell was in there, but it’s been a long time since I’ve needed to check that part so I could absolutely be wrong. I’m not sure who you’d take that up with. Probably Bell I’d think, but getting anywhere with those people is like…um…what’s slightly less pleasant than pulling teeth? But if you’re paying the same price as everyone else and not getting the same features you’re right to be complaining. I’m surprised more people aren’t.

          1. I am into month 2 of my switch to Bell after being a 10 year Eastlink subscriber. As you can guess, I am PISSED that I no longer have the online/mobile/on-demand access but I am still paying the same 11.99. I thought it would be a month or two before they get it, but now after searching it looks like Bell is in 18 months of negotiation with Rogers…so I dont expect to see Starcades, SNMEs, or BattleBowl The Lethal Lottery anytime soon.

      2. Unfortunately this is NOT true for Bell customers in Canada.

        Yes you can set up a WWE free account.
        Yes you can to to the watch online link …. but … guess what …..
        There is no link to log in as a Bell Canada subscriber.

        With Bell you get NO ON DEMAND CONTENT AT ALL!!!!

        You get a trimmed down version with Rogers but with Bell you get NOTHING!!!

        But we do pay the SAME amount for the WWE Network service … BUT WITH ONLY HALF THE SERVICE!

        IT’S A RIP OFF.

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  3. Fuck You Bell
    That All

  4. Just in case anyone’s subscribed to this thread and may not know yet, I’ve just updated the post because finally, after more than two damn years, you Bell people have online on demand access.

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