AIA appoints Dame Paula Rebstock, and more daily news
Legal and regulatory update for the life and health insurance sector

Cigna offer free critical care cover, and more daily news

From 1 February, Cigna will be offering up to $30,000 of free critical illness cover to eligible customers. The cover applies to customers that take out new or additional Cigna Assurance Extra Life Cove worth a minimum of $100,000 via an adviser before 31 March. These customers will receive free critical illness cover that is valid for two years. Once the two years are up customers have the option of renewing to paid cover. When customers choose to have paid cover advisers will receive full commission.

For a limited time beginning 1 February we’re offering a little something extra to New Zealanders by providing them up to $30,000 free critical illness cover for two years on us.

How does the offer work?

For new customers

New eligible customers who purchase a minimum of $100,000 of Cigna Assurance Extra Life Cover through an Independent Financial Adviser will receive two years of free critical illness cover up to the value of $30,000.

For existing customers

Eligible customers that top up their existing Cigna Assurance Extra Life Cover with their Independent Financial Adviser by $100,000 or more will receive two years of free critical illness cover up to the value of $30,000.

For you

At the end of the free cover period, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with your customer to check in and review if the trauma cover still meets their needs. Switching them to paid cover will be as simple as ticking a box. If they choose to keep their cover, you’ll receive full commission on the renewed business. Click here to read more

In other news

Cigna: customers who get a quote for cover through the Cigna online quote tool between 13 February - 30 April 2022 will go in the draw to win a month of HelloFresh boxes

Cigna: Income Protection calculator is now available on Adviser Hub

Cigna: Cigna is currently developing a plan to run Business Development Forums across the country under the Red setting

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The comments to this entry are closed.