For the second year running, Virgin Money has been crowned a winner in the Mozo Experts Choice Insurance Awards.The insurer has continued to shine as a top value-for-money provider, scoring a medal in the Exceptional Value awards category on both occasions. This year, the Mozo expert judges analysed 56 home and contents insurance policies using more than 15,000 customer quotes. They found Virgin Money’s policy was one of the consistently lower price options compared to similar products.When assessing policies for ‘value’, the judges were looking for options which provided extensive coverage while keeping premiums as affordable as possible. This is to ensure insurance customers looking for cheaper options find the right level of cover for their circumstances as well as their budgets.Get to know Virgin Money’s award-winning policy below:
It can be a bit of a drag when your insurance renewal rolls around for another year and yet again you haven’t needed to make a claim. But that’s the thing about having insurance: you hope for the best but are prepared for the worst. Future you will be grateful you played it safe.Mozo’s aim in the insurance game is to help ease the financial strain of maintaining your cover by helping you find a top value-for-money policy. We also try to help simplify the process of taking out a policy which suits your needs.In pursuit of these goals, Mozo analyses what’s on offer in the insurance world each year in the Mozo Experts Choice Awards. In 2020, the expert judges were on the hunt for the best value and highest quality home and contents insurance.In both regards, Westpac’s Home & Contents Insurance was a stand-out performer. Its Premier Care tier – Westpac’s highest grade of home and contents insurance – was awarded in the Exceptional Value and Exceptional Quality award categories, with the standard Essential Care option also taking home a value award.When considering value, Mozo’s expert judges assessed the policies in terms of the level of cover offered at a more affordable price compared to others in the market. When they assessed quality, the judges were on the lookout for even more generous or extensive policy features.Read on to learn more about Westpac’s winning cover.
Your home is probably the largest and most meaningful purchase you’ll make in your lifetime, so it’s only natural to be picky when it comes to your home insurance provider. But navigating all the policies out there can be tricky.
For most Aussies insurance is an essential part of life. But finding the best policies to protect your home, car and other belongings doesn’t have to be a drag or cost the earth. Want to know how this idyllically insured lifestyle can be achieved? Start with the Mozo Experts Choice Awards. In 2020, the Mozo judges searched through the fine print and collected thousands of quotes to uncover the best home and contents insurance policies. Of all the purchases you might make in your lifetime, buying a home is a massive investment, emotionally and financially. So you want to make sure you’re covered with the right policy. ING’s policy took out a Mozo award in the best value category, meaning it provides reassuring cover while being one of the more affordable insurance options on the market.If you’d like to learn more about this top value-for-money policy and ING’s car insurance, read the details below.
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