Think back around 5 years, can you remember the feeling of satisfaction that you could search for the best deal on something like car insurance by visiting a single site and not phoning round a number of brokers?
LV= have released an iPhone app with a variety of functions to help UK drivers.
The car insurance industry is coming under fire after a report from the Transport Select Committee attacked the relationship between insurance firms and personal injury lawyers.
Today’s ruling by the European Court of Justice to remove the discrimination between men and women when it comes to insurance has certainly caused a stir.
AXA have come up with an innovative new ad that uses both a conventional print ad and an iPhone to plug their new iPhone app in Belgium.
There’s nothing like a good insurance claim story, and add an iPhone to the mix and you’ve got the makings of an explosive insurance PR story.
Walletpop has a warning about a new mobile phone insurance scam that is catching out some people who have just purchased new phones.
There have been some interesting stories around in the last few days looking at whether your social networking could be used by insurers or banks to build a better profile of their customers and to use that info for either marketing, or more interestingly, to approve or disapprove you for certain products.
Sainsbury’s Home Insurance have estimated that as much as £1.3billion worth of digital downloads are now sitting on computers around the country, but how much of it is insured?
Just had a car crash? There’s an app for that! Both AXA and More Than have recently launched their own iPhone apps, and both look to do a similar thing- helping the user with a claim in the event of a car accident. Read how they compare.