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PMI quotation service from DBS and MediQuote

DBS is linking up with MediQuote to provide a comparative individual and group private medical insurance quotation service.

From 1 February 2002, members will have direct access via the AssureWeb trading platform, allowing access to 100 products from 13 UK providers. 

Illustrations are available for individual and group company-paid schemes and for cash plans.  Proposal forms and other policy information can also be produced directly from the MediQuote site.  

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