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COVID-19: SBI General Insurance launches helpline for health insurance customers

SBI General Insurance, one of the leading general insurance companies in India, has launched of its ‘24X7 Healthline’, a helpline for its health insurance customers
COVID-19: SBI General Insurance launches helpline for health insurance customers
COVID-19: SBI General Insurance launches helpline for health insurance customers

Amid the fast spreading second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, SBI General Insurance, one of the leading general insurance companies in India, has launched of its ‘24X7 Healthline’, a helpline for its health insurance customers. ‘Healthline’ has dedicated tollfree number and mobile number that will be attended by customer service team 24×7 to address the queries of SBIG customers related to health policies.
 
SBI General is helping customers with queries related to any of their health policies ranging from policy covers to the claims process with this health line.
 
PC Kandpal, MD and CEO, SBI General Insurance, said, “At SBI General, customers are always at the centre of everything we do with a ‘Customer First’ approach. Considering the situation with regard to the pandemic, we felt our customers would need servicing and support for their health insurance. Hence, through this ‘Healthline’ we intend to strengthen our commitment to our customers by being there to answer all their health policy related queries at any hour.”

SBI General is one of the fastest growing general insurance companies, with the strong parentage of SBI, it carries forward the legacy of trust and security; and to become the first choice for every Indian’s general insurance needs. Ever since its establishment in 2009, from 17 branches in 2011, it has expanded its presence to around 123 branches pan-India.

SBI General Insurance follows a robust multi-distribution model. Today, its distribution family includes over 22,900 IRDAI ( Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India) certified advisors including the State Bank Group employees, and over 12,000 agents to make insurance easily available even in the remote rural areas of the country.

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