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U-verse TV price changes for 2023

We're making several adjustments to pricing for U-verse TV packages starting January 22, 2023. You'll see the new pricing on your bill.


U-verse TV packages

Due to increased programming costs, we’re adjusting the price of our video packages. Periodically, TV network owners increase the fees they charge AT&T for the right to broadcast their movies, shows, and sporting events. In addition, this year we have experienced higher-than-normal inflation across our suppliers.

Heads up:
  • If you change your package, you may not be eligible for certain discounts anymore.
U-verse TV packageMonthly price increase amount
U-family All In
U200 All In
U200 Latino
U200 Latino All In
U300 All In
U300 Latino
U300 Latino All In
U450 All In
U450 Latino
U450 Latino All In

U-verse TV – Broadcast TV Fee

Starting on January 22, 2023, your monthly Broadcast TV Fee will increase $3 per month.

We charge the Broadcast TV fee to provide access to local channel broadcast network programming like ABC, NBC, and CBS. It's not included in your base package price, so you'll see a separate line item on your bill. This fee isn't imposed or required by federal, state, or local governments.

U-verse TV – Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee

Starting on January 22, 2023, your monthly Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee will increase from $0.12 to $0.14 per month.

It covers regulatory fee expenses that U-verse TV pays to the Federal Communications Commission. Plus, the fee may include outstanding regulatory costs incurred in prior years that are not yet fully recovered. The fee isn’t a tax or surcharge that the government requires U-verse TV to collect if you have a U-verse TV account.

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