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Mobile & Wireless

DiGi launches travel insurance via SMS

Friday 8 July 2011 | 02:33 CET | News
Malaysian communications firm DiGi Telecommunications together with Chartis Malaysia Insurance has launched DiGi Travel Protection Plan, a basic travel insurance that offers coverage for medical expenses due to illness, emergency medical evacuation and repatriation due to accident and baggage delay for its customers. DiGi customers will be able to subscribe to the plan via SMS and premiums range from MYR 9 to 20.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: DiGi Telecommunications
Countries: Malaysia
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I wish to subscribe to an insurance plan covering my imminent travel to Adelaide Australia but there is no mention of how to do it.My intention is to do it via SMS.
Richard Au @ 3/7/2013 - 03:39


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