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Q: I want to buy medical insurance with coverage in China, HK & India for my wife.

Can anyone pls suggest a cheap and good insurance company and the way to go about it?

7 years 43 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Guangzhou

 
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Try looking into SOS , they cover a TON of coun tries. They have a website in many languages as well.

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7 years 43 weeks ago
 
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You mixed cheap with good insurance big mistake. MSH is what I have and I'm 100% covered in all countries except Canada and America. They pay everything including my prescriptions and I have access to the best hospitals in China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and they will even pay for the flight if I have to exit to America ofr a serious illness. They are a little expensive, about 4K rmb per month but it covers all my direct family, they have other options too, so you can do co pays and what not

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Hi,

My name is Bonnie,I'm very glad to know you. Did you find your medical insurance for your wife? I'm work in and international health insurance company, could you please find below introduction about our company:

Expatmedicare online is a professional and fully independent intermediary that specializes in looking after the health and medical insurance matters of expatriates. We provide free health and medical insurance advice. Our comprehensive service ranges from helping our clients review their current coverage, determine their requirements, to market research, evaluation, analysis and recommendation, application process and claim management.

Choosing the most suitable and affordable policy for you and your loved ones can be an extremely challenging exercise. There are over 100 insurers in the market, a plethora of medical policies and options, with different limitations and definitions. At Expatmedicare, we believe in total transparency and in educating our clients so that they can make informed decisions. Here, we try our best to provide you with all the information you may need. Should you require more information or answers to any of your questions, we will be most happy to assist you with your research. Feel free to contact me ,my email address:sh1pa@orixinsurance.com

 

 

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