Hi Scott,
Thomas Evans
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Ahh.. those examples are different.That’s where the product or service is divided up into sellable parts and those “lesser parts” can be sold for less. With that business model what is being sold is the basic necessity for the service or product to work at a minimum and with no frills. Anything needed above and beyond the basics, cost extra. It isn’t a price undercut. It’s a product or service undercut or “split” and quite different to what I meant.

Scott

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