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Singtel, Etiqa offers Singtel Bill Protect for retrenched Singaporeans

Eligible customers could use the insurance plan to cover accidental death.

Singtel and Etiqa Insurance Singapore have launched the Singtel Bill Protect, which allows Singaporeans who lost their jobs to waive their mobile and fixed broadband bills for up to six months, for a maximum amount of $600.

Customers aged 17 to 65 who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents residing in the country and subscribed to at least one Singtel postpaid mobile line are eligible for the insurance plan.

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They can also use the Singtel Bill Protect to cover accidental death, which their beneficiaries could receive a lump sum payout that is twelve times the last bill, up to a maximum of $1,200.

Anna Yip, Singtel's CEO for Consumer Singapore, said that the Singtel Bill Protect would "help ease the strain of uncertainties by ensuring that our customers impacted by adverse conditions like retrenchment can stay connected with their communities using Singtel's superior network without worrying about their bills."

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