To cater to the post-pandemic health needs of people, Go Digit General Insurance has launched three new health insurance plans – Digit Infinity Wallet plan, Digit Double Wallet plan and Digit Worldwide Treatment plan.
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The Digit Infinity Wallet plan comes with an unlimited backup sum insured benefit that allows policyholders to file multiple claims within the same policy year. This benefit is available from day 1 of the policy and has no exhaustion clause making it ideal to tackle rising medical costs.
On the other hand, the Digit Double Wallet plan offers a double backup sum insured benefit that enables policyholders to avail twice the sum insured amount as backup within the same policy year. This plan is more affordable than the Digit Infinity Wallet plan. However, Digit Infinity Wallet and Digit Double Wallet plans get activated only after the base sum insured is exhausted and no single claim can exceed the sum insured amount.
Similarly, the Digit Worldwide Treatment plan allows policyholders to avail medical treatment across the globe, including India.
In addition, the three newly-launched plans also offer complimentary health check-ups, personal accident cover, psychiatric illness cover, organ donor cover and bariatric surgery cover. Further, the coverage of these health insurance plans can be enhanced by buying add-on covers, such as PED waiting period modification cover and consumables cover.
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