Who is eligible to apply for Expedia Travel Insurance?
Choosing the right insurance plan can be daunting, but this comprehensive insurance plan from Expedia makes everything easier by offering worldwide coverage and protection, allowing you the flexibility to travel with ease for as low as RM15. If you are planning to get on with the Expedia Travel Insurance, you must be at least 30 days old and below 75 for a family plan. For an individual plan, you must be at least 18 to maximum of 75 years of age.
How do I submit a claim?
In the event when you are hurt or fall ill during your holiday, you need to notify Tune Insurance Malaysia within 30 days after the incident. You can make a claim by first downloading their claim forms on their and mail it to:
Non Motor Claims Department
Tune Insurance Malaysia Berhad
Level 7, PNB Damansara,
No.19, Lorong Dungun,
50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
How many days can I be protected per trip?
This largely depends on how frequently you travel. You can travel and be protected for up to 180 days per visit for a single trip plan. With an annual plan, you will be covered up to 30 consecutive days for leisure trips, and 90 consecutive days for business trips.
Can I claim for treatment for personal injury at a hospital overseas?
Yes, you can. However you will have to pay for the medical cost first and before you can make a claim should you injure yourself while overseas. Better still, you can continue your treatment as soon as you arrive back to Malaysia and seek reimbursement within 30 days of returning.
Will my insurance plan cover for any house break-ins while traveling?
Absolutely. Expedia Travel Insurance Plan will insure you up to RM1,000 in the event of a burglary while you are traveling overseas under the home care benefit.
How do I cancel my policy and get a refund on my premiums?
First off all, you will need to give your insurer 30 days notice in writing. If you sign up for an annual policy, your policy will be canceled from the 1st day of the month after the cancellation request is made. Your refund will be determined by the unused number of travel days left on your policy.