We have a crop dusting pilot who turns it on every time he gets into a plane.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
You can set the app to cover you for anything from 24 hours to 30 days.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
We’re the first in the world to do this; we’re either incredibly innovative, or stupid!— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
Do you like to live on the edge?
Are you a mountain biker, trail runner, climber, rugby player or bungee jumper?
This may interest you…
Sanlam now has an app - called “Go Cover” - that allows you to buy accidental injury cover and life insurance that’ll last only 24 hours from when you bought it.
It covers you instantly and costs as little as R10; with R30 buying R1 million in cover.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Go Cover’s Peter Castleden.
For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It’s ‘accidental only’ cover.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
We can insure you within five seconds.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
We’re inspired by Uber.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
We exclude anything self-inflicted, but we have to prove it.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
We also cover 30 specified injuries.— Peter Castleden, Go Cover
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