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Inpatient and Day Surgery
[Daily ward and treatment charges] As Charged
[ICU] As Charged
[Surgery] As Charged
[Surgical implants and approved medical consumables] As Charged
[Gamma Knife] As Charged
Outpatient Treatment
[Kidney dialysis] 150,000/yr
[Radiotherapy] 150,000/yr
[Chemotherapy] Included in Radiotherapy
[Immunotherapy] Included in Radiotherapy
[Stereotactic Radiotherapy] Included in Radiotherapy
[Immunosuppressants for organ transplant] 150,000/yr
[Erythropoietin] 150,000/yr
Additional Benefits Limits
[Critical Illnesses] 100,000/yr (for Major Cancer Treatment, Coronary Artery Bypass, Heart Valve Disease, Neurosurgery and Major Organ Transplant) |150,000/yr (for Major Cancer Treatment, Coronary Artery Bypass, Heart Valve Disease, Neurosurgery
[Major Organ Transplant] 5,000/yr
[Pregnancy Complications Benefit] As Charged
[Congenital Abnormalities Benefit] As Charged
[Confinement in Community Hospital ] 300/day
Policy Features
[Proration factors] Private Hospitals - 70%
[Proration factors for Private Outpatient Clinics (Cancer Dia] 70%
[Deductibles] Class C -1,000|Class B2 -1,500|Class B1 -2,000|Class A and private hospital - 3,000|Day Surgery - 3,000
[Co-insurance] 10%
[Policy Year Limit] 250,000
[Lifetime Limit] 3,000,000
[Final Expense Benefit] 6,000
[Last Entry Age] 75
[Maximum Coverage Age] Lifetime
Permium
[1 to 30] 90-100
[31 to 40] 150
[41 to 50] 297
[51 to 60] 518
[61 to 65] 811
[66 to 70] 1,211
[71 to 73] 1,678
[74 to 75] 1,971
[76 to 78] 2,741
[79 to 80] 2,739
[81 to 83] 3,164
[84 to 85] 3,643
[>86] 5,594

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  • alpha82 ( 2010-04-01 01:28:01 )

    There are small but important differences that are not known when one looks through the brochure alone. Allow me to highlight the product differences between the companies based on contract details. Hear from a Full-time professional planner instead of part-time agents.

  • Anonymous user ( 2010-04-01 01:23:49 )

    There are small but important differences that are not known when one looks through the brochure alone. Allow me to highlight the product differences between the companies based on contract details. Hear from a Full-time professional planner instead of part-time agents.

  • Anonymous user ( 2010-04-01 01:23:48 )

    There are small but important differences that are not known when one looks through the brochure alone. Allow me to highlight the product differences between the companies based on contract details. Hear from a Full-time professional planner instead of part-time agents.

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