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Fidelity Life extends campaign

Fidelity Life has extended its campaign offering new customers their first two months’ premiums free to June 30.

Monday, May 6th 2019, 9:35AM

The campaign sees Fidelity Life paying the first two months’ premiums for new Platinum Plus, Platinum Plus Level or Mortgage Protector policy applications.

Fidelity Life chief distribution officer Adrian Riminton said he was delighted by the response to the campaign so far.

“We set out to welcome new customers to Fidelity Life by giving them something to smile about. The results so far have been great so we’ve decided to extend the campaign by two months.

“As New Zealand’s ANZIIF Life Insurance Company of the Year we’re committed to helping more Kiwis get protected by ensuring they can access independent financial advice they can trust and innovative insurance solutions that meet their needs now and into the future.”

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