Vodafone India is making its RED postpaid plans better with every day. In a first-ever partnership in enterprise mobility, Vodafone and Aviva Life Insurance have announced the RED Protect, a mobility plan integrated with life insurance with sum assured worth up to 20 years of the monthly rental.
“Vodafone’s Enterprise Postpaid Customers can now ensure that their loved ones are cared for by availing the RED Protect Plan with integrated life insurance in addition to their full-featured mobility plan,” said Vodafone in a press statement.
Vodafone RED postpaid plans start at Rs 499 per month, and it will help customers early in their careers secure their families. At this moment, this plan is available for select enterprise customers.
Nick Gliddon, Director, Vodafone Business Services said, “In our conversations with our enterprise customers and employers, it was clear that they are seeking value beyond mobile plans from their telecom partner. Life insurance is one value benefit they have sought out clearly. For employers, this is a great value offering to their employees. It helps them be recognised as a great place to work, improve engagement with employees and address a key employee concern.”
Trevor Bull, MD & CEO, Aviva Life Insurance said, “In line with Aviva’s philosophy of providing financial security through simple and meaningful solutions, we have partnered with Vodafone Business Services and aim to reach out to customers with a completely paperless process and with immediate policy issuance.”
Vodafone enterprise customers already on Vodafone RED postpaid plan can activate Vodafone RED Protect by calling 199, and choosing the combination of monthly rental and sum assured that suits them best.
Once the mobile plan is live, customers will be guided on activating their life insurance policy by providing nominee information online. The insurance cover is activated following verification of the submitted details, with an instant issuance of the certificate. The offer is currently available only for individually owned plans.