unbundle

verb
un·bun·dle | \ ˌən-ˈbən-dᵊl \
unbundled; unbundling

Definition of unbundle 

intransitive verb

: to give separate prices for equipment and supporting services

transitive verb

: to price separately

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In a social media post, Amazon announced its users can buy the 40-minute album in the MP3 format, or unbundle its individual tracks. Lars Brandle, Billboard, "The Carters' 'Everything In Love' Is Now Available on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music," 18 June 2018 One of the new changes would unbundle parking from rent. Scientific American, "To Meet Emissions Goals, Seattle Wants to Charge Drivers," 6 Apr. 2018 And a move toward greater rationality would unbundle them and let evidence inform what the optimal policies ought to be. Philip Galanes, New York Times, "The Mind Meld of Bill Gates and Steven Pinker," 27 Jan. 2018 Technology will unbundle aspects of legal work over the next decade or two rather than the next year or two, legal experts say. Steve Lohr, New York Times, "A.I. Is Doing Legal Work. But It Won’t Replace Lawyers, Yet.," 19 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of unbundle

1969, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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