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unbundleverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌʌnˈbʌndl/ COMMERCE, MARKETING
to ​divide a ​business into ​separateparts: The ​gascompany 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 ​mediagiant was ​legally compelled to unbundle its ​mediaplayer.
The company's unbundled ​services are not yet widely ​available.
noun [C or U]
The ​competitionauthorities called for the unbundling of ​insurancedeals from the ​cost of a ​car.
(Definition of unbundle from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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