Health Insurance


Enjoy lifelong coverage against disability

Ensure that your savings are protected against the unforeseen. Should you be disabled because of injury or illness, LifeSecure offers you the reassurance of a monthly income, throughout your life.


These monthly payouts will help provide for daily expenses, specialised care, rehabilitation and home tuition (for children unable to attend school – the plan also covers children as young as one year old).

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Key benefits


Receive monthly payouts for life

The plan covers you up to 65 or 80 years of age, or for life – the choice is all yours.


Pay no premium when receiving payouts

For as long as you keep receiving the monthly payout, you don’t have to worry about paying plan premiums.


Receive out-of-school payout for your child

If your child2 becomes disabled and has to stay at home or in hospital, you’ll get an additional S$500 every month for their schooling needs, until he or she turns 16.


Receive up to six times the payout 

Should you remain disabled beyond the plan’s deferment period1 , you’ll receive an additional lump sum of up to six times the monthly payout.


Be covered from just 42 cents* a day

Premiums start from a very affordable S$0.42 cents* a day for a monthly payout of S$1,000 – and they don’t increase with age.


Protect your loved ones against the unexpected

With a lump sum benefit of three times the monthly payout upon death3 , the plan helps ensure your family is looked after.

How LifeSecure works


Hospitalisation: To cover the cost of hospitalisation, surgical or medical expenses - and make up for loss of income due to hospitalisation - consider GREAT SupremeHealthGREAT TotalCare and Supreme MediCash.


Comprehensive coverage for accidents: To enjoy comprehensive coverage against accidents, consider Essential Protector Plus.


Critical illness: To help pay for treatment expenses across three stages of illness - early, intermediate and critical - Critical Care Advantage.

Depending on the type of disability, a deferment period of 90 days or 180 days is applicable, during which there would be no monthly payout.


Child must be covered by LifeSecure, and be between 7 to 16 years of age.


If death occurs while the person is still insured.


Premiums charged are based on age one year with cover until 65 years of age. Premium rates are not guaranteed and may be adjusted based on future experience.


† Monthly benefit ends when the insured child reaches 16 years of age. Minimum of 12 monthly benefits.


‡ Premiums charged are based on age next birthday. Premium rates are not guaranteed and may be adjusted based on future experience.

All ages specified refer to age next birthday.


This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. 


The above applies mainly to Singapore Citizen/PR. If you are not a Singapore Citizen/PR, you have to meet certain residency requirements before you can apply for a policy or renew it.


The above is for general information only. It is not a contract of insurance. The precise terms and conditions of this insurance plan are specified in the policy contract.


Buying a life insurance policy is a long-term commitment. An early termination of the policy usually involves high costs and the surrender value payable, if any, may be less than the total premiums paid.


It is usually detrimental to replace an existing accident and health plan with a new one. A penalty may be imposed for early plan termination and the new plan may cost more, or have less benefits at the same cost.


This plan is protected under the Policy Owners' Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for your policy is automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please contact us or visit the Life Insurance Association (LIA) or SDIC websites ( or


In case of discrepancy between the English and Chinese versions, the English version shall prevail.


Information correct as on 27 February 2015.