ABSA Instant Life | Disability Cover
Absa’s Disability Cover product has the following unique features:
- Get a quote in under 1 minute, buy in less than 20 minutes – online!
- Up to R4.5 million cover with no medical exams required
- 20% Cash Back every 10 years
- Optional annual benefit increase of 5% to help keep pace with inflation
- Cover is to age 65
- Entry age of 20 to 59
- Increase, decrease or cancel your cover any time without penalties
- Get access to myinstantlife.co.za, a secure and convenient online policy management service
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