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Hi all. Can anyone provide details of an insurance company that provides long term travel insurance for British expats? Thanks

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What do you consider long term. The max I've seen is 90 days.

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Why would you need long term travel insurance? Especially from a Philippine company. Most Philippine Insurances are just underwriters for a larger company. Do you need it for all types of travel? Boat, Air, Car? Seems if you are traveling on business that much the company would provide it.

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Reading between the lines getting long term travel insurance from your home country would be a cheap way of covering medical issues. Much cheaper than normal medical insurance. That's why the term of travel insurance is limited. Wouldn't it be great if I could just renew my $150 annual travel insurance every year and not have to worry about becoming ill in the Philippines.

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