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Digit Insurance partners with Xiaomi for screen protection policies

The insurance product will be available across more than 50 Mi home stores in the country at a starting price of Rs 399.

, ET Bureau|
Oct 29, 2018, 02.22 PM IST
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BENGALURU: Insurance startup Digit Insurance has partnered with Xiaomi’s Mi Home Stores to launch a Mi Screen Protection Plan to offer screen damage protection and screen replacement up to two years in a year. The insurance product will be available across more than 50 Mi home stores in the country at a starting price of Rs 399.

“The insurance product that we are providing along with Xiaomi is for the most common accident that we all face - Screen Damage. While we are providing this insurance online as well, through this partnership we plan to expand into our new distribution channel where our product will be available for sale in physical stores as well,” said Jasleen
Kohli, chief distribution officer, Digit Insurance.

Digit’s technology enables people to use their smartphones to do self-survey through an analytic app which fastens the claims process. Till now Digit has partnered with PayTM, Flipkart and Amazon for distribution and has sold more than 40,000 policies for mobile.

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