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Tower Cover4travel – 21st Century Insurance

15 JULY 2008

Tower Cover4travel – 21st Century Insurance

15 July 2008, Auckland

TOWER Cover4Travel brings insurance into the 21st Century with its online and SMS ability.

On 19 June 2008 TOWER Insurance, New Zealand, launched its new travel insurance website, where people can get quotes, buy insurance online and receive confirmation that cover is in place by email and SMS to their mobile phone. TOWER is the only New Zealand owned insurance company to offer this text message service. The online site is simple to use and suits the changing needs of TOWER’s customers.

Cover4Travel is competitively priced with great benefits and once purchased online is available immediately. TOWER’S Head of Product and Marketing, Mike Clapp stated “TOWER is very proud to be one of the forerunners in the New Zealand insurance sector with an SMS confirmation system on a great product”.

TOWER Insurance offers Car, House and Contents Insurance. TOWER also offers Health & Life Insurance, Investment Advice and KiwiSaver.


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