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March 10, 2015
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Currently I am using Shaw (in Canada) and I pay much less because I am using a bundled plan where I pay for both internet and home phone at the same time. For those of you paying separate companies for separate things, I would look into a bundle plan to save money.

Anyone else also do this?

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I am also doing this. In Singapore, I bub\dle my internet, cable TV and home phone for a fixed bundle price. This safe you money and the hassle to pay different service providers.

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March 15, 2015
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I currently bundle my Internet and Phone. Generally when you bundle, you can sometimes haggle your provider into offering you a little bit better of a price, especially in a competitive area and if they're running promotional sales.   However, if a company won't offer good rates then sometimes it's better as a consumer to break up the bundle and go with separate providers.

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Most service providers will give you attractive rates or even package upgrade to entice you to stay with them. They do not want to lose 3 services at one shot if you decided to made the move. They will then tied you down with a 2 year contract.

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The best choice, rather than having the internet from one provider and the voice services from another one

The first advantage is the cheaper rate and the second one is that if there are troubles with the services, you call to one department and one team comes to solve it, instead of two, who might say that one service is guilty for the malfunction of the other one, you know the competition spirit on the market

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Costin said
The best choice, rather than having the internet from one provider and the voice services from another one

The first advantage is the cheaper rate and the second one is that if there are troubles with the services, you call to one department and one team comes to solve it, instead of two, who might say that one service is guilty for the malfunction of the other one, you know the competition spirit on the market  

My internet and my land-line phone service are bundled, but I have a separate service for my cell phone.

I don't know why we still have a land-line, frankly - just force of habit!

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thethunderchild said

My internet and my land-line phone service are bundled, but I have a separate service for my cell phone.

I don't know why we still have a land-line, frankly - just force of habit!  

This is how my friends in USA also say, it makes no sense, but there is. I praise with more flexible telecom services in Europe, I have everything from one provider and the costs are affordable

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