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Groupama – Cashwise

Friday, 25 October 2002

Type: Healthcare cash plan

Minimum premium: £9.80 a month

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-65

Maximum benefits: Level one &#45 dental £65, optical £70, inpatient hospital admission £20, accident inpatient hospital admission £20, maternity inpatient hospital admission £20, recuperation payment £70, hospital parental stay £20, hospital day care surgery £40. Level two – dental £95, optical £90, inpatient hospital admission £30, accident inpatient hospital admission £30, maternity inpatient hospital admission £30, recuperation payment £90, hospital parental stay £30, hospital day care surgery £50. Level three – dental £125, optical £165, inpatient hospital admission £40, accident inpatient hospital admission £40, maternity inpatient hospital admission £40, recuperation payment £120, hospital parental stay £40, hospital day care surgery £60

Deferred period: 13 weeks

Commission: Initial 10%, renewal 10%

Tel: 0161 2349405

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