ING Life Insurance unveils TV campaign

NEW DELHI: ING Life Insurance has launched a nationwide television-based campaign aimed at helping customers overcome the biggest barrier to buying life insurance.

Through an interesting creative treatment, the advertisement highlights the ease of paying life insurance in small monthly premiums, while recognising it as a basic necessity of life. The storyline shows that if power and other bills are not paid on annual basis, then even life insurance can be paid on monthly basis.

This TV-led campaign is a departure from the regular in this category, where everyone one else struggles to communicate multiple things about their products. The company decided to approach the customers in a more personal manner by telling them buying life insurance is now made easier through small, easy and affordable monthly premiums.

ING Life Insurance Executive Vice President – Marketing Mohit Goel said, "Life Insurance is extremely crucial for building a solid foundation for your family’s financial future. At ING Life Insurance, we believe in educating and empowering our customers, so that they make life insurance a basic need of life. Through this ad campaign, we are reaching out to people, who have not taken life insurance at all as well as those who have taken life insurance but for an amount lesser than their actual needs because they did not have lump sum funds to cover big. Buying life insurance is now made easy. Like all of us pay utility bills every month to run our households, one can now buy life insurance by paying monthly premiums.”

The campaign emphasises on how for an amount starting at as little as Rs 1000 per month customers can protect their families, plan their children’s future or even plan their retirement and thereby emphasizing that ING Life Insurance is a brand that makes life better by making things simpler.

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