pwarbi wrote:The only reason people are mentioning packages I think is because that's how I think most people will pay for their internet, or am I wrong?
I know here in the UK it's easier for people to just go with one provider when your looking at internet, landline, TV and sometimes even mobile aswell.
I'm sure on the bill somewhere it's broken down as to how much you pay for each service, although I have to admit I haven't actually looked for that to be honest.
I don't believe so. The increasing number of people that don't use or subscribe to one or more of the bundled services available would indicate that bundles are an attempt to gain business but not necessarily the common way of doing things. A lot of people just don't watch cable television so they don't subscribe. Even more don't have a landline. The common bundles revolve around internet, tv, and landline phone service in a package.