unbundled

[uhn-buhn-dld]
adjective
(of related products or services) sold separately rather than as a package: unbundled financial services.

Origin:
1965–70; unbundle + -ed2

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unbundle

[uhn-buhn-dl]
verb (used with object), unbundled, unbundling.
1.
to separate the charges for (related products or services usually offered as a package): to unbundle computer hardware and software.
2.
to separate (charges for related products or services): to unbundle charges for telephone service.
verb (used without object), unbundled, unbundling.
3.
to set separate charges for related products or services.

Origin:
1965–70; un-2 + bundle

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unbundle (ʌnˈbʌndəl)
 
vb
(tr) computing to separate (hardware from software) for sales purposes

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Example sentences
To avoid tricky judgments, number-crunchers collect the prices only of unbundled goods.
The unbundled sales price of an obsolete wireless telecommunication device shall equal the actual sales price of that device.
If you can't afford an attorney for full legal representation, consider unbundled legal services.
The regulations should require that fees be unbundled.
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