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unbundle

To sell components in a system separately. Contrast with bundle.
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Now for the first time, Oftel has upheld complaints from other operators who complained that BT's proposed level of service agreement to unbundle the local loop was unfair.
Thus, in both cases, unlike in the case of dedicated transport, the failure to meet one of the two indicators triggers an obligation to unbundle.
In June, ALTS had endorsed the FCC's authority to identify a minimum set of network elements that incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) must unbundle on a nationwide basis, as set forth in a Supreme Court decision earlier this year.