Online television bundles are getting bigger and prices keep rising, edging closer to the cable bundles they were designed to replace and muddling the economic equation that has prompted millions of Americans to cut the cord, The Wall Street Journal reports.

YouTube TV, started two years ago as a lower-cost alternative to cable, is raising its monthly rate by $10 to $50 and adding channels such as HGTV and Food Network. Wireless carrier T-Mobile is now selling a $100 monthly home-TV service with more than 275 available channels.