Great Eastern and ActiveSG launch Active Care

This would be the first protection plan available on the ActiveSG app and Singaporeans can purchase Active Care directly via the ActiveSG mobile app without undergoing any medical examination

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Singapore, 9 September 2019 –  and have partnered to launch Active Care, a personal accident protection plan underwritten by Great Eastern and for the first time, available exclusively to ActiveSG members through the ActiveSG app.

The partnership sees Great Eastern and ActiveSG coming together to advocate for Singaporeans to live healthy lives without worrying about accidents or injuries.

“ActiveSG users can now pursue an active lifestyle – at home, on the way to work, in the gym or fitness class – with 24/7 protection provided by Great Eastern’s Active Care plan.

“Active Care is available exclusively to ActiveSG members through its mobile app for only S$9 per year – which includes accidental death/permanent total disablement protection up to S$20,000 and medical expense reimbursements up to S$200,” says a company’s media release today (Sept 9).

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The plan will be available to more than 1.6 million ActiveSG users from 9 September 2019.

It will be the first protection plan available on the ActiveSG app and Singaporeans can purchase Active Care directly via the ActiveSG mobile app without undergoing any medical examination.

“Everyone young and old (3–70 years old) can be protected 24/7, with coverage not limited to sporting activities.

“Every plan purchased earns the member a rebate of S$2 directly credited to their ActiveSG Wallet. For a limited time, members can enjoy additional S$2 ActiveSG rebates.

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“In the spirit of sportsmanship and care for our local athletes, every purchase of the Active Care includes a S$1 donation to the One Team Singapore Fund to aid Team Singapore athletes in their training and competitions,” says the company.

Mr Lai Chin Kwang, Chief of ActiveSG, Sport Singapore said, “ActiveSG believes in offering individuals, families and communities ample opportunities to experience and share the joy of living better through sport.”

He said that working with Great Eastern is to encourage Singaporeans to embrace an active lifestyle while having peace of mind.

The interface makes it easy for ActiveSG members to seamlessly access Active Care on the app with just a few clicks. The partnership will also celebrate the spirit of giving and support our local athletes by contributing S$1 to the One Team Singapore Fund for every Active Care sign-up.”

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Mr Ryan Cheong, Managing Director for Digital for Business, Great Eastern said, “By making it conveniently accessible via the ActiveSG app, Active Care is designed to ensure all Singaporeans can pursue and enjoy active and healthy lifestyles.” -/TISGFollow us on Social Media

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