Aviva to launch monthly 'subscription' insurance service - but how does it stack up? - MSE News

Aviva is to launch a new 'subscription-style' service that allows you to pay monthly for car and home insurance and guarantees existing customers won't be penalised for their loyalty. But while the service will be much more flexible than normal insurance, other policies may still work out cheaper - here's what you need to know...
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  • pramsay13pramsay13 Forumite
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    Aviva Plus seems to be a blood glucose meter, so maybe they should think about the name.
  • edited 19 August 2019 at 9:15PM
    Peter999_2Peter999_2 Forumite
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    edited 19 August 2019 at 9:15PM
    My car insurance renewal was up at the end of September so I thought I'd get a quote through AvivaPlus.

    I went through topcashback and got £50 cashback on a fully comp policy. I didn't take out any of the extras and it cost £127 after the cashback. Last years premium with Tesco was £285 so it's a big difference - less than half price.

    I like the paying monthly with no interest, it will make budgeting a lot easier for me as I usually pay annually to save the paying monthly fee. I also like being able to cancel the policy at any time without having to pay for the rest of the year, I've never seen that before.

    Interestingly it didn't ask for my occupation, just asked me to confirm it wasn't one of 6 to 7 jobs.
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