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AT&T Raises Prices After Saying Merger Would Make Things Cheaper For Consumers

The company’s streaming service DirecTV NOW, which it owned before the merger, will now expense new and existing clients$ 5 more per month, bringing the service’s cheapest package up to $40 per month and the most expensive package to $75. Other online streaming services have recently increased their prices, including Dish Network’s Sling TV( which is hiking its Sling Orange package from$ 5 to $25 per month) and YouTube TV( which went from$ 5 to $40 per month in March ), according to the Washington Post. AT& T also increased…

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