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Exchange launches PMI quote service

The Exchange has launched a private medical insurance comparative quotation service, including information from six providers.
The six providers for the PMI service are Exeter Friendly Society, Health-on-Line, Norwich Union Healthcare, Prudential Health, Standard Life Healthcare and Freedom Healthnet. Five other providers are also in talks about future involvement.
The service will be free to Exweb users until the end of October.
The Exchange managing director David Child says: “Our market research shows that 83 per cent of our users would find a comparative PMI service a useful addition to Exweb and, since announcing our intentions to launch into the PMI market, interest from providers and distributors alike has been significant.”

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