First, without knowing where you live it's really hard to give you recommendations. Internet service is completely dependent on where you live (unfortunately).
Second, 'bundling' is typically more expensive in the long run with little to no incentive. Local news channels will often do an 'investigative report' where they expose this. It also gives you little flexibility, and it puts all your eggs in one basket (if you will).
So, here's my recommendation....
Check out mobil hotspots from verizon and at&t. with 4g LTE technology you can get really good speeds for cheap. This is obviously dependent on where you live (coverage reason), and the viability of this is going to depend on your internet usage (these have data caps). You should be able to get a decent deal for 40$/month or less.
Look at DSL - This is only going to be available for you if you're in a populated area since it's restricted by distance from the phone company. You should be able to get decent DSL for 20-30$/month. I can get verizon for 25$/month, and I'm in a small town.
Cable - Do not be pushed into higher packages with 'power boost' and all that garbage. At the end of the day, the speeds you get are dependent on two things:
1) the max speed your provider allows
2) the max speed the content provider allows.
Having 18 Mb/s download speed does **** all for you if the person you're downloading from only allows for a max speed for 1 Mb/s.
What i'm saying is that paying 60$ a month to go from 4 mb/s to 10mb/s is a waste of money.
There are certainly content providers who provide big speeds, but those are the big boys... Google (Youtube), Microsoft, Apple, etc. And even then they're not going to let you hit them up for 18 Mb/s any time soon...
The best thing to do is find the place that has the best deal on the channels you watch. This is completely subjective... For instance, Dish offers the best deal for my boss because of the channels he watches, whereas directv offers me the best deal.
You need to figure out what you can't live with out channel wise, what you can do away with, and what you'd like if it was part of the package but aren't deal breakers.
Then check out the cost of packages.
I get HBO, Showtime, and the middle tier package with directv (so i get all the nature channels, versus, MASN, and comcast sports net - which fits my local sports team channels and awesome nature stuff) and I pay 90$/month.
I was paying 70$/month, but that was promotional for singing up.
When i switch back to 25$/month DSL (because comcast is an awful awful company and i'm sick of them) i'll have a total bill of 115$/month for internet and TV, and thats not a basic package in fact it has two premium packages tacked on.
Let me know if you have any other questions