Enjoy savings of up to 15% on your Term Life plan

 
  1. Your application must start on or after 1 May 2019 and be submitted by 30 June 2019.
  2. The premium discount is applicable on the total policy premiums of base plan and any supplementary benefits, but not applicable on any loadings imposed due to underwriting.
  3. Perpetual discount is applicable throughout the first policy term, as long as the policy remains in-force. Upon renewal, the premium discount will not be applicable.
  4. 15% discount applies for a Term Life plan and riders, while 8% discount applies for DIRECT-Term plan and riders.
  5. Applications via singlife.com and through one of Singapore Life’s partner third party financial advisory firms are eligible for this offer.
  6. Singapore Life reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions of this promotion without prior notice.
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Save 15% on your Critical Illness plan

 
  1. Your application must start on or after 20 May 2019 and be submitted by 30 June 2019.
  2. The premium discount is applicable on the total policy premiums of base plan and any supplementary benefits, but not applicable on any loadings imposed due to underwriting.
  3. Perpetual discount is applicable throughout the policy term, as long as the policy remains in-force.
  4. Applications via singlife.com and through one of Singapore Life’s partner third party financial advisory firms are eligible for this offer.
  5. Singapore Life reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions of this promotion without prior notice.
  To find out more about Critical Illness, click here.


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