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unbundleverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌʌnˈbʌndl/ 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.
unbundled
adjective
The company's unbundled services are not yet widely available.
unbundling
noun [C or U]
The competition authorities called for the unbundling of insurance deals from the cost of a car.
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