Guardian Life Insurance: You’ll save more than $50 a year
The Guardian Life insurance is giving customers more flexibility in the premiums they pay.
The new policy allows customers to choose between two types of insurance: umbrella insurance, which covers their whole life, or a separate, lower-priced type.
The higher-priced umbrella insurance is only offered to those who live in New Brunswick, and covers life insurance, including personal injury, property and casualty insurance, while the lower-cost, higher-insurance type is available in Prince Edward Island, Ontario, and Manitoba.
Customers can choose to buy a cheaper umbrella insurance plan for their life insurance policy, or buy a different umbrella insurance policy with lower premiums.
“It’s been great to see the benefits of this new policy with a broad range of customers, including first responders, first responders’ families and others,” said Susan Kucharski, vice-president of communications and marketing for Guardian Life.
“We’re working hard to help them make informed decisions about their insurance, whether it’s a new policy or a renewal.”
Guardian Life says it is the first company in Canada to offer both policies.
The insurer also recently launched a new smartphone app for its customers to save on their insurance premiums.
The app allows users to compare rates and find savings.
“As of today, customers can choose from a range of rates, including low-premium plans and higher-premier plans, for their umbrella policy,” said Kuchartski.
“They can choose between the high-cost low-insure umbrella plan with a low premium, or the higher-cost high-insured umbrella plan for an affordable premium.”
The app is available on both iOS and Android devices, and will launch in March 2018.
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