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AIA NZ offers customers one year’s premium in new campaign

With new research highlighting Kiwi’s high level of underinsurance, AIA NZ has announced a new campaign offering 50 customers the opportunity to win one year’s premium, up to the value of NZD $1,500.

Monday, December 12th 2022, 11:00AM

AIA NZ chief partnership distribution officer Sharron Botica says,  “At AIA we want to help more Kiwis best protect themselves and their loved ones, and to support them in leading Healthier, Longer, Better Lives. We hope with this campaign, we can assist them to do just that.”

Eligible AIA policies include AIA Living – Personal, AIA Living – Business, AIA Private Health, AIA Private Health Plus, AIA Cancer Care, AIA Start-Up Income Protection, ASB Lifestyle Security Plan – Personal, ASB Lifestyle Security Plan – Business,

ASB Start-up Income Protection, ASB Private Health and ASB Private Health Plus.

To ‘be in to win’ customers simply need to take out a new eligible policy before the end of the year.

The 50 lucky winners will be drawn and notified from Friday, 13 January 2023.

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