AIA Insurance waive goodbye to policy fees

Richard Laycock 6 December 2017 NEWS

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Save on a range of AIA insurance products with a two year fee waiver.

If you're in the market for life insurance, you might want to look into the latest offer from AIA.

With the launch of its Two for Two: The policy and AIA Vitality fees are on us campaign, new AIA members will be able to save on a range of its Priority Protection (PP) or Priority Protection for Platform Investors (PPPI) policies.

In addition to the waiving of the first two year's policy fees, policyholders will also have their AIA Vitality membership fees waived.

AIA Vitality is a health initiative that allows members to earn Vitality points for completing various health assessments.

Chief retail insurance officer for AIA Australia Pina Sciarrone said that this scientifically-backed program can help consumers make healthier everyday life choices.

“It shows you how healthy you are now, provides the tools to start improving your health right away, and offers great rewards such as discounts on gym memberships and flights to keep you motivated along your journey and in turn motivate you to continue to learn about your health and improve it,” Sciarrone said.

But how much will you save with the Two for Two offer?

If you sign up for cover with AIA during the promotional period you'll be able at save a minimum of $82.53 a year on policy fees and $120 a year on AIA Vitality for two years.

Not too shabby.

If you're interested in AIA Vitality, GMHBA and AIA Australia joined forces earlier this year to give Australia its first life and health insurance brand: myOwn.

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