Definition of bundling
: a former custom of an unmarried couple's occupying the same bed without undressing especially during courtship
Recent Examples of bundling from the Web
As the digital marketplace expands, many believe that the bundling of multi-rights licensing across multiple territories will evolve.
Comcast bucked the trend, adding 42,000 pay-TV subscribers in the first quarter, bolstering Strauss' enthusiasm for the power of bundling.
Meanwhile, Orrick’s detractors cried foul, accusing the judge of once bundling donations for Barack Obama.
Or, move up to the Sport Touring, which throws in creature comforts plus Honda Sensing, a bundling of safety technology that includes automatic braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.
The bundling deal, the source said, would allow Verizon to use its access to those local customers to get a leg up on the competition in more contested markets: long-distance, cellular and high-speed Internet service.
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