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NTUC Income (Income) today launched SNACKFIT, a first-of-its-kind fitness and lifestyle proposition that offers bonus insurance coverage based on biological age. Available on the SNACK by Income mobile app, SNACKFIT calculates one’s biological age based on the fitness and activity data retrieved from linked fitness trackers, such as Garmin and Fitbit, and offers bonus insurance coverage when one’s biological age …

NTUC Income (Income) today launched the industry’s first micro investment-linked plan (ILP) on the SNACK by Income mobile app. Known as SNACK Investment, it adopts a stackable approach that allows consumers to build their investment portfolios with bite-sized premiums while providing insurance coverage as they go about their daily lives. It is designed for those who are keen …

Singapore is one of the most rapidly ageing societies in the world today, with one of the world’s highest average life expectancy at 83.9 years. Not only are Singaporeans living longer lives, their attitudes towards ageing are also shifting. In fact, a new study by NTUC Income (Income) and NielsenIQ revealed that Singaporeans aged 40 to 65 …

NTUC Income (Income) today becomes the first insurer in Singapore that offers insurance in customisable subscription packs with no lock-in periods. At launch, TRIBE offers three modular insurance packs – Essentials Pack, Child Pack, and Recovery Pack – and customers can subscribe to and customise their chosen pack based on their needs and desired insurance premiums. Via a user-friendly digital interface, …

NTUC Income (Income) officially launched SNACK, an innovative, industry-first insurance proposition that revolutionises the way consumers engage with, purchase and obtain insurance protection in Singapore. Typically, an insured is required to pay insurance premiums at a fixed quantum either monthly or annually, and sometimes over a fixed duration of time, in order to be covered …

Starting today, close to 27,000 individuals insured by Income’s Personal Accident (PA) plans with infectious disease cover, and over 500,000 employees of organisations insured by its Group Employee Benefits policies, will automatically enjoy additional COVID-19 cover at no additional premium. To further support lower-income households in Singapore, Income is also extending COVID-19 benefits to the …