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Benefits of KanLive Insurance from FWD

Today I bought a life insurance through FWD. Just recently I found out they launched their online insurance-selling platform Shop@FWD that offers KanDüü - composed of three (3) exclusive insurance products that comes with rewards that's only available online.

KanDüü is for individuals aged 18-50 years old and comes in three variants namely: KanMend, KanLive, and KanGuard. For Php1,799 a year, customers will be covered up to age 55.

Getting my insurance was quick, easy, and hassle-free! I got insured through my mobile phone in a matter of minutes! Premiums can be paid via debit or credit card.

The product I personally chose was KanLive - perfect for my recent thoughts about the security of my family if in the event I leave this world unplanned. KanLive's benefits include:
  • Death benefit of Php 200,000, to beneficiaries in case of the insured’s death. 
  • One year of unlimited medical consultation through Aventus Medical Inc
The other 2 products are:
KanMend provides a critical illness benefit of Php 100,000 in case the insured is diagnosed with any of the 42 covered critical illnesses. The policy also comes with 6 months of access to KonsultaMD, a health hotline service that provides 24/7 unlimited telemedicine access to licensed Filipino doctors providing medical advice, anytime, anywhere. 

and KanGuard - provides a cash benefit of Php 500,000 for the financial support of the beneficiaries in case of the insured’s death, or for the financial support of the insured in case of total and permanent disability. It comes with a 1-year subscription to Assist America Global Emergency Services, a provider of emergency medical services for travelers worldwide.
If you plan to get insured too, visit their website: Shop@FWD. You Kanduu it from your mobile, tablet, laptop, or desktop!

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