Are You Bundling Your Services?

by Pam on May 9, 2013

bundle your services and saveDo you have Internet, cable TV, and telephone?  If so, do you use the same service provider for all of your services?  If not, here are just a few reasons why I recommend that you look into starting to bundle your services.

Bundling saves you money.  If you want to pay the least amount possible for your phone, Internet, and cable TV, then you need to contact your current service provider and find out what discounts they offer if you bundle your services.  First, do a quick online search to find the cheapest Sky package, for example.  Make sure you understand what deals are being offered so that you are knowledgeable and not just taking a salesperson’s word for it.  When you do make the call, do not be afraid to ask for a deal.  The worst they can say is no.  Most companies appreciate your loyalty and they will reward you for bringing all of your business to them.  If they don’t, then consider looking for another service provider.

Bundling saves you time.  When you bundle your services, you usually only get one bill for all of your services.  This eliminates confusion and makes it easier to pay your bill.  Also, if you have a problem or inquiry, it’s easier to only have to call one company, rather than dealing with so many.  This way you can take care of all your inquiries by dialing a single phone number.

Bundling saves you the hassle of hook ups.  If you move to a new home, for example, it is way easier to have one company come to your home to set up everything, rather than having to book appointments with three different service providers in order to get everything up and running.  Just imagine trying to deal with so many appointments in the midst of the chaos of moving and unpacking.  That doesn’t sound fun.

For these reasons and so many more, bundling your services is definitely the way to go.

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