Abuja - Airtel Nigeria, said it had given cash claims to some customers who subscribed for its Insurance plan, a product which offers life and hospitalisation insurance with increasing benefits based on monthly airtime recharge.
According to a statement, customers who benefited in the insurance claims are Ojo Aderogba, Augustine Peters and Adeniji Owolabi.
It said the sum of N50 000 was paid to one Augustine Peters for hospital cash while Ojo Aderogba and Adeniji Owolabi got N25 000 for hospital cash.
Chief Commercial Officer of Airtel Nigeria, Maurice Newa, noted that the insurance policy had started making significant impact in the lives of Nigerians.
“The partnership formed by Airtel Nigeria with MicroEnsure and Cornerstone Insurance Plc has started adding meaningful value to lives of people in Nigeria. The Airtel Insurance package is a product which guarantees our customers free, quality and accessible insurance services. This further corroborates Airtel’s commitment towards creating a robust platform that helps customers accomplish their professional and personal success and goals in life.”
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One of the beneficiaries, Owolabi, expressed appreciation to Airtel Nigeria for creating a reliable and affordable insurance policy for customers.
“Initially, I never thought of subscribing for the Airtel Insurance scheme but today, I can confidently say that it is a laudable policy that alleviates unexpected challenges such as accidents or loss of loved ones which can happen to anyone,” Owolabi said.
Airtel in collaboration with two prominent insurance providers, MicroEnsure and Cornerstone Insurance plc., had launched the insurance product in August.
According to the telecommunication company, over 400 000 customers are currently subscribed to the Airtel Insurance initiative.
The product delivers affordable insurance services and encourages insurance culture among Nigerians. It is first of its kind in Nigeria and has been endorsed by the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM).
It is open to all Nigerian residents between the ages of 18 and 65 years.
– CAJ News