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Norwich Union reduces charges on individual personal pensions

Norwich Union


PERSONAL PENSION PLANS


Type: For new and existing contributions to regular premium individual Personal Pension (98 series) plans.


Charges: Reduction in monthly policy fee from £2.72 a month to £2 a month.


Tel: 0645 444800.

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