OECD report on "Broadband Bundling: Trends and Policy Implications" analyses bundling strategies for high speed data services in OECD countries

Bundling can provide both benefits and drawbacks to broadband customers. In general, bundled services are less expensive when purchased together and consumer surplus from one good in the bundle can help “subsidise” another less-valued element. Bundling also allows the integration of products in a way that benefits consumers.

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