Join a Combined Cover Online and Skip The 2 & 6 Month Wait on Extras & Get a $200 VISA eGift Card @ nib

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As described, may be better than the Medibank one if you don't care about AMCAL Gift Card:
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/455699

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  • +2 votes

    Just be careful you will most likely end up with more out of pocket costs with NIB which will make this initial bonus trivial.

    • +1 vote

      Not if you don't usually buy PHI

    • +4 votes

      Everyone of your 18 posts is about cua. Are you a paid troll for them?

      • +2 votes

        Good pickup… troll account. Bye Bye danpop.

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        First is toyota.

        Some more info Toyota Extra Care

        The Toyota Extra Care program can be purchased for $60 standard cover or $75 premium cover. I believe it is provided by Mondial Assistance, who do all of the manufacturer roadside programs. You need to call to purchase over the phone.
        This is what I found on the Toyota website

        http://www.toyota.com.au/finance/extra-care/roadside-assist….

        Some of the standard benefits include: (premium provides accommodation and other benefits)
        unlimited call outs;
        jump-starting and battery replacement;
        changing flat tyres;
        help with lost or locked-in keys;
        unlimited towing to a Toyota Dealer or authorised repairer;
        medical and legal advice;
        expert technical advice and diagnosis over the phone;
        transferability to the new owner if you sell your car privately.
        Hope it helps.
        Cheers

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    Cheapest policy is about 130 for two months. Not worth it for 70 dollars

    • +1 vote

      Worth it if you have phi with other providers already. Time to move back to Nib.

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    I just changed to medibank? how long till i get the amcal card? could it be possible to get the amcal card, then switch to this one?

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      You have to be in your policy holder for 65 days before you get your gift card.

      Also, for the 4 weeks free, you only get it after the 2nd month as well.

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    Does anyone swap between the major providers every 3-6 months with these offers? Are there consequences with this? Other than paperwork, I don’t see major issues here but I must be missing something (within the big PHIs they all seem fairly similar, there’s definitely no one special/outstanding worth staying with)

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