bundled prices

bundled prices

the PRICING of a number of separable products as one package, usually effectively lowering the price.
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cielo24 video metadata and captions offer the industry's most competitive bundled prices and turnaround options, accurate captioning, transcription, media intelligence and translation.
Emerging pricing strategies have been analyzed in all African countries that have introduced bundled prices.
For instance, the dominant South African operator, MTN, pointed out on the launch of their bundled prices that new bundles increased customer choices and flexibility since bundles could be added to both prepaid and contract users' tariff plans (MTN, 2014).
The FTC settlement applies to Central Processing Units, Graphics Processing Units and chipsets and prohibits Intel from using threats, bundled prices, or other offers to exclude or hamper competition or otherwise unreasonably inhibit the sale of competitive CPUs or GPUs.
"Innovative practices now offer many different kinds of bundled prices and solutions--for those with or without insurance, for the middle income or the wealthy patient," report author Devon Herrick said in a statement.
"A home mortgage is still the largest single investment that a family will make, and trying to control the appraisal process with bundled prices is foolish and a grave disservice to homeowners," said Bill Garber, Director of Government Affairs of the Appraisal Institute.
has announced "cross-platform" licensing options and lower bundled prices for its LibraryWorks integrated library system.
Test Unit Market Share (54) HTLV 91% HIV-1/2 86% HbsAg 75% Anti-core 70% HCV 21% Abbott offered a range of bundled prices (see table).
It is to be noted that none of the prices quoted above require a hardware purchase--i.e., they are not bundled prices. If one were to consider the bundled products, the CD-ROMs are almost given away or sold for a nominal price.
This is called a bundled price that offers the huge advantage of a fixed, transparent price tag.
(24) In Judge Kaplan's example, the $5.25 bundled price for shampoo and conditioner is above the $4.00 aggregate average variable cost of the products in the bundle; the aggregate discount rule would indicate per se legality.