unbundle


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unbundle

To sell components in a system separately. Contrast with bundle.
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Globally, scheduled airlines are permitted to unbundle services and levy a charge for each of the unbundled services.
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.
Examine in-depth discussion and analysis of Western European DSL markets, including strategy for how to maintain retail market share, how and where to unbundle and future regulatory issues.