Which insurance plans are the best?
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matty12
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Which insurance plans are the best?

by matty12 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 9:06 am

Nowadays, we have many insurance plans available in the market that account for our various situations and help us get the desired plan. We need plans for business, life and for many other things. Among this, I would like to know the affordable plans for my travel. I travel a lot and am looking for a good plan that can cover my needs. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

stoneyboy
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by stoneyboy » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:54 am

matty12,
We have used insureandgo for a number of years, cover is clearly spelt out and policy supplied but never made a claim so can't advise on that part.
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acsimpson
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by acsimpson » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:47 am

We use an added value account from Lloyds TSB which provides comprehensive multitrip travel insurance.

It also has AA cover, mobile phone insurance, home emergnecy insurance and various other benefits for a reasonable monthly fee.

Most other high street banks offer similar products which can often be worth considering.

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