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AXA offers new extra coverage policy for corporate clients
Last update: 09/08/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 9 (Bernama) -- AXA Affin General Insurance Berhad (AAGI) recently launched a new product, the AXA SmartCare Xtra, for its corporate clients under group employee benefits policy.

The new policy offers the employees of its corporate clients the freedom to maintain the current medical coverage and the opportunity to top-up from the policy to enjoy continued protection despite a change in their career.

This new product is also designed to address the rising cost of healthcare due to various factors, such as the use of latest technological health equipment and the booming medical tourism industry. 

“We uphold the trust and promises made to our customers who have chosen us as their preferred health partner. With AXA SmartCare Xtra, our customers are secure in knowing that their medical and health needs, including their loved ones, are well taken care of without additional financial burden,” said AAGI chief technical officer, Soo Wai Har, in a statement.

Quick and easy to sign up with no medical check-up required, AXA SmartCare Xtra can be customised to serve the needs of the corporate employees.

Key benefits include personal top-up plan over and above one’s employee benefit scheme, and continuous medical coverage of up to age 85 with no lifetime limit.

To learn more about AXA SmartCare Xtra, corporate clients can get in touch with their respective business manager or partner for their employee benefit programme.




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