Bundling phone, internet, tv, etc.
I don't understand how all these offers to bundle services work. Supposedly to save us money.
We have Qwest for regular phone and DSL internet, DirecTV for satellite tv, and Verizon Wireless for cell phones. We now pay three separate bills to each. While it would be great to bundle all three under Qwest and pay just one bill, at a total that's hopefully less than paying the three separately, what's the catch, if any? Guess I'm one who believes in the saying, "there's no free lunch."
So for those of you who have "bundled", how's it going? How much are you saving? Did you need to contract for extended services? Or are you simply paying one bill instead of three and at less money? And if it is as simple as that, I'm curious to know what's in it for Qwest? They surely add some administrative costs for billing and for distributing payments. TIA!