Meaning of “unbundle” in the English Dictionary

"unbundle" in Business English

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unbundleverb [ T ]

uk /ˌʌnˈbʌndl/ us COMMERCE, MARKETING

to divide a business into separate parts:

The gas company will unbundle its three businesses - storage, connection and metering.

to start to sell a product or service separately when previously it had been sold together with others:

The media giant was legally compelled to unbundle its media player.

The company's unbundled services are not yet widely available.

The competition authorities called for the unbundling of insurance deals from the cost of a car.

(Definition of “unbundle” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)