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AIA Real Rewards – now in its fifth year.

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AIA Insurance’s renowned customer rewards programme, Real Rewards, celebrated its fifth consecutive year as 15 lucky winners for 2019 Q1 won overseas trip packages for two. Initiated in 2014, the programme offers more benefits to the customer, while placing AIA even higher on the scale of superlative customer experience.

Every year the programme sees an increased number of winners with 15 lucky winners selected from a quarterly grand draw to win a foreign holiday package for two. The programme is unparalleled in the industry with winners walking away with holiday packages for themselves and a loved one, to Singapore, Malaysia or Bangkok. 

AIA’s Director Operations Kelum Senanayaka reiterated AIA’s commitment to its customers; “AIA Real Rewards is committed to providing an excellent customer experience which is a top priority at AIA and we will continue to find ways to enhance our offering in terms of rewarding our customers for their patronage and loyalty.” 

He explained, “Winning with Real Rewards is simple. All you have to do is be an AIA customer and pay your premiums on time! If you pay your premiums annually or through a Standing Order- you have a very high chance of winning. Or you can pay your premiums half-yearly or quarterly, to stand a good chance.”

So, if you are an AIA policyholder, you could be a lucky winner this year! For more details on AIA Real Rewards, call our customer care centre on 0112 310310.   

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