By Marcia Breen / NBC News
December 22, 2015

The cost of pay TV is heading higher for many subscribers, with several of the nation’s biggest cable and satellite TV companies recently announcing rate hikes that will take effect in the new year.

DirecTV and AT&T’s Uverse, which are now a part of the same company, announced last week that their rates will go up starting Jan. 28. The increases will vary for customers, but different base packages, channel bundles and premium channels will see increases ranging from $2 to $8 per month. New year rate hikes for DirecTV have become an almost annual occurrence, with the company raising fees by as…

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