Phone Bundle

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Phone Bundles are "turn key" products offered by various telecommunications companies. These products are "bundled" in that they include VoIP phones, internet, and in some cases Television service.[1]

Origin[edit]

Phone bundles were created in a response to a demand from both the consumer and the small and medium businesses markets. These markets demanded a package which would include phone and internet communication hardware in one package which would be a turn key solution.

Consumer Marketplace Providers[edit]

Business Marketplace Providers[edit]

Advantages[edit]

Advocates of phone bundles is that several services are being offered by one provider. This generally saves time, money, and streamlines the installation process.[2]

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