Providers bundle different services together to try and gain more customers.
These bundled services cost the provider less per customer when that customer has more than one service.
Providers bundle up to 3 or even 4 services and you will save overall as long as the provider has all the pieces you want.
The most common bundles are TV and internet, especially with newer TV boxes working on WIFI.
Watch for the BEST Deals
The very best deals are to be found when a provider is trying to break into a new market.
This market can be either a new service or a new geographic area.
Bundle offers like this are priced such that often the new service is at or below cost.
It is too good to be true, but the provider is trying to quickly cover their operations costs of the new service.
Most times these ‘Special Offers’ are very limited.
Often 1-2 weeks at best to gain new customer traction.
Research Bundled services
Do some research and look for the provider that offers the services that you want at the best price possible.
Most TV, internet, and phone providers offer options for bundling services.
These almost always include TV Bundle Services and can give you a dizzying array of choices.
Narrowing your choices down to just a few top picks.
Compare the services and relative value of those picks can help you come to a final decision.
It is important to read the fine print on any bundle deal.
Only then can you not regret signing up for it in a few months.
Introductory Bundle Packages
Some companies offer an introductory price that sounds very attractive.
Read the fine print to avoid unattractive consequences partway through the contract.
You are required to sign up for a certain length of Time.
Sometimes for only half of the term you will pay the low advertised price.
Then when the introductory offer ends the Costs rise.
You will pay a much higher rate for the remaining contract and can’t cancel without incurring penalties.
If you do intend to bundle your services, make sure you understand the terms of the full contract.
You don’t want to end up with any unpleasant surprises in the end.
Read our Main Article on TV Service Providers to understand your options and limitations.