“Buying life insurance for myself is an act of acknowledging my value to loved ones, be it economically or mentally.”
With this mindset, Lee Kay Li was quick to get her hands on PolicyStreet’s deal for International Women’s Day last month.
To celebrate the women in Malaysia, PolicyStreet gave away “free” UforLife term life insurance to young Malaysian millennial women under the age of 35. Only limited to the first 100 applicants though!
This protection term life insurance underwritten by Tokio Marine Life Insurance Malaysia Berhad with RM100,000 sum assured is best suited for young women applicants at an affordable entry price!
Kay Li believes that this meaningful giveaway from PolicyStreet has empowered millennial women to celebrate each other’s societal contributions and take action to protect their precious value. “This too indirectly encourages loved ones to reflect on women’s contributions in the community. Beyond the flowers, this is indeed a practical gift on such a special day!”
Although it’s her fourth life insurance policy, 28-year-old Kay Li was quick to snatch this deal. Working as an insurance agent servicing individuals and corporate clients, she knows how important it is to be properly insured.
As a millennial dealing with the increasingly expensive cost of living in urban areas, it’s no surprise that pricing is an important factor. Living in Kuala Lumpur itself ain’t cheap – a simple bowl of curry mee can cost close to RM10, depending on where you get it. That’s not including the cost of rent, daily expenses, groceries and loans – car, studies etc.
The low cost of the annual premium (after getting it free for a year) is only RM120! Yes, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. It’s RM120 per year, such a good deal. That’s broken down to only RM10 a month for quality insurance coverage. It’s one of the main reasons Kay Li got it without hesitation.
Plus, the application process is simple. “Answering the health question during application is straightforward. I am amazed at the instant approval from the company, as well as receiving the policy in PDF format! This makes my periodic policy review much easier,” she adds.
Furthermore, Kay Li thinks that young millennial women have a high awareness about health & beauty, such as keeping in good shape and staying healthy, hence they are open to purchasing medical coverage and early-stage critical-illness coverage.
Thankfully, PolicyStreet is here to assist all the way.
Questions? Refer to the online interactive chat on UForLife’s website or write to [email protected].
Decided not to renew this policy after the free term ends? You are able to do so by contacting Tokio Marine customer service at [email protected]. Don’t worry, you’ll receive an email reminder a month before the year is up.
To the rest of the ladies aged 35 and above (and the guys, we haven’t forgotten about you), fret not. Stay tuned for more updates! There will definitely be more promotions and awareness campaign on UForLife in the near future.
After all, PolicyStreet aims to be of service to the community – YOU!