Two major TV-over-internet bundles are raising their prices this summer, moves that mean smaller savings for many Americans who choose to cancel their traditional pay-TV subscriptions in favor of leaner, cheaper services.
Google’s YouTube TV on Tuesday said its basic package now costs $65 a month, a 30% increase from the previous price of $50 that the Alphabet Inc. unit attributed to rising programming costs. On Wednesday, sports-focused service FuboTV said it would raise the price of its standard package by $5 to about $60…
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