Written on August 15, 2022
NICO Life holds first Tilinanube draw

NICO Life has successful conducted its first draw for its Tilinanube Campaign which has seen two policy holders getting a full year of not paying premiums.

The initiative was introduced in June to ease the pressure that comes with the monthly premiums.

NICO Life Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Lillian Moyo, said the company is prepared to provide the most innovative solutions to benefit their clients.

“We have very loyal clients who have been consistent with their premiums. This initiative confirmed that tilinanube (we are still with you) during the tough time of loss”, Dr. Moyo said.

She added that the introduction of the USSD platform (*325#) in 2021 is still receiving positive feedback with over 100 new policy holders onboarding using the platform in July 2022.

“Clients no longer have to visit our offices to register or get updates on their policies. We have had good reviews from individuals who have been able to buy the policy, pay premiums and follow up on claims among other services on the platform”, she added.

A total of five winners drawn will each earn a year’s worth of premiums free at the end of the three-month campaign period.

The two winners from this first draw are Kelvin Phoya and Pauline Chimenya.

Tilinanu Funeral Cover is an affordable individual cover that pays up to K1 million in the case of death.

As a principal member (the one who buys the policy) one can add a spouse, up to four children, up to four parents and up to six other extended family members.

NICO Life is committed to being reliable in easing the lives of its clients. 

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