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Get coverage through the policy term
You can either pay Single Premium or 7 years for Policy Term of 5 years or 10 years, respectively
You don’t have to undergo any medical tests
Differential premium rates for women policyholders
Highlights of Tata AIA Life Insurance Saat Saath
|Minimum age at issue||18 years|
|Maximum age at issue||50 years|
|Available premium payment term options||Single
|Policy term||Single Pay : 5 years
Limited Pay: 10 years
Premium payment frequency options
|Maximum age at maturity
||Single Pay : 55 years
Limited Pay: 60 years
|Minimum basic sum assured
|Maximum basic sum assured
Micro insurance products, similar to traditional life insurance products, offer coverage against a wide range of risks, while offering a savings component. However, these products are tailored for low-income households and individuals, who do not have retirement savings.
Any earning adult, man or woman, who is aged between 18 and 50 years can purchase the Tata AIA Life Insurance POS Saat Saath (UIN: 110N134V02) plan.
You can choose to pay the premiums either annually, semi-annually, quarterly, or on a monthly basis. If you are paying the premium on a monthly basis, you can only do so through electronic clearing service (ECS).
The key benefits of the Tata AIA Life Insurance POS Saat Saath (UIN: 110N123V02) plan include:
To buy an insurance policy, you need to submit the following mandatory documents.
Proof of address:
The following documents are accepted as valid proof of your address:
Proof of identity:
Some of the documents that are accepted as valid proof of your identity include:
Documents showing proof of income:
These documents, which are required only for a few plans, include:
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