QIC Insured, the retail arm of Qatar Insurance Company, the largest insurer in the Middle East, has announced special offers for comprehensive car insurances to celebrate Ramadan.
Starting from June 13 until July 11, customers buying or renewing comprehensive car insurance online at qic-insured.com can take advantage of an attractive rate starting only at 2.16% and stand a chance to participate in a raffle draw to win cash prizes and insurances.
The raffle, which will be held on July 19, will draw a total of 156 lucky winners, with the following cash prizes QR100,000 (first prize, one lucky winner), QR 5,000 (second prize, five lucky winners) and free home contents insurance for one year worth QR400 (third prize, 150 winners), a spokesman of the insurance company said.
“We have noticed a significant increase in car sales every year during the holy month of Ramadan. Hence to celebrate the season of generosity and allow buyers to save more, we’re delighted to offer an exclusive rate for comprehensive car insurances starting at 2.16%,” Salem al-Mannai, QIC deputy group president and chief executive of QIC-Mena region, said.
All comprehensive car insurances from QIC Insured are bundled with valuable benefits such as personal driver services if a customer’s car needs to be taken for repair or if a customer needs a drop off at the Hamad International Airport, all centred on the convenience of customers.
Moreover, customers can also get complimentary membership of U-Club and enjoy special offers from restaurants, hotels, departmental stores and spas.
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