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MediQuote adds Health-on-Line products

Comparative private medical insurance and cash plan portal MediQuote has added individual products from Health-on-Line to its offering. Group Company Choice plans will also be offered from September.

Health-on-Line&#39s PMI plan offers essential in-patient cover with the choice of adding any of seven additional options instead of a pre-determined basket of benefits.

MediQuote business development director Mark Kimberling says: “Over the past six months we have received a number of requests from our registered users asking for Health-on-Line to be added to the system. With their popularity rising and particularly with their e-trading ability they will become an important provider in these sectors of the PMI market.”

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