Insurance policies

LIC inaugurates “Digi Zone” to sell insurance policies online


Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India has inaugurated the “Digi Zone” as part of its efforts to improve its digital footprint.

“Aiming to become a technology-driven life insurer, LIC will offer information about its products and services through kiosks set up on the premises,” the insurer said in a statement Wednesday.



Customers can use LIC’s Digi Zone to purchase policies online, pay premium and enjoy other services.

LIC plans to undertake the next wave of digital transformation to unlock several benefits of accelerating growth, boosting customer satisfaction and improving intermediary productivity and loyalty, he said.

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