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Definition - What does Unbundling mean?

The term unbundling can simply be defined as the process when a large company with various lines of business sells off its assets, product lines, subsidiaries, and divisions while retaining its core business or operation. There can be many reasons for unbundling, but it mainly aims to better companies and their functions.

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Another example of unbundling is when a company charges its consumers for a product or a service, such as a utility bill. There is one total figure on the bill, and also the individual figures of sales tax, distribution cost and other cost incurred in delivering the product or service.

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