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Don't be an April Fool

Health insurance prices are set to rise by an average 5.59%* from April 1st

Don't be an April Fool

 

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Review your health insurance before most prices go up from April 1st

Each health fund's average increase is different, and this year the average increase range is from 3.76% to 8.95%. Check out this handy list from health.gov.au for each fund's average increase so you can easily see how you could be affected. 

To make things even more confusing, policy prices within a fund may go up, down or stay the same.

Luckily switching health funds is easy with iSelect.

  • Our experts can help you compare from our range of funds to see if you could save 
  • You'll pay the same as going direct to the fund#; and  
  • You won't even need to re-serve hospital waiting periods when you switch to equivalent or lower level of hospital cover^

#Excludes corporate offers and special deals. *2016 industry weighted premium increase sourced from www.health.gov.au published on 2/3/2016. ^This right of consumers is protected by law when switching to equivalent or lower level of hospital cover. Continuity of cover for extras is at the discretion of your new health fund.

Lock in your health insurance to

get a $300 Eftpos gift card*

The average cost of health insurance will go up on April 1st. This is no April Fool's joke, it's really happening.

At iSelect, we're here to help reduce the pain of the increase. Not only can we help you find a great health insurance policy, but if you pay your annual premium up front for the next 12 months and lock in your rate with iSelect now, we'll give you a $300 Eftpos Gift Card*. 

*Open to customers who pay their eligible hospital or
hospital & extras annual premium upfront for 12 months by
4th March. View Terms 

Health insurance prices are set to rise by an average of 5.59%* from April 1st

Looking for an easier way to

compare?

Scan or Snap your premium increase letter 

Upload your letter 

We'll call you

Looking for an easier way to

compare?

In three easy steps, simply upload a photo of your letter, and we'll give you a call back to help you find a policy that suits you. 

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iSelect compares policies from our partners whose logos appear above. Due to commercial arrangements, not all policies available from our partners are compared by iSelect and not all policies compared by iSelect will be available at all times.

Each health fund,s average increase is different, and this year the average increase range is from 3.76% to 8.95%. Check out this handy list from health.gov.au for each fund's average increase so you can easily see how you could be affected. 

To make things even more confusing, policy prices within a fund may go up, down or stay the same.

Luckily switching health funds is easy with iSelect.

  • Our experts can help you compare from our range of funds to see if you could save
  • You'll pay the same as going direct to the fund#; and  
  • You won't even need to re-serve hospital waiting periods when you switch to equivalent or lower level of hospital cover^

Looking for an easier way to

compare?

Scan or Snap your premium increase letter 

Upload your letter 

We'll call you

Looking for an easier way to

compare?

Looking for an easier

way to compare?

Scan or Snap your premium increase letter 

Upload your letter 

We'll call you

In three easy steps, simply upload a photo of your letter, and we'll give you a call back to help you find a policy that suits you. 

Get Started
Review your health insurance before most prices go up from April 1st

#Excludes corporate offers and special deals. *2016 industry weighted premium increase sourced from www.health.gov.au published on 2/3/2016. ^This right of consumers is protected by law when switching to equivalent or lower levels of hospital cover. Continuity of cover for extras is at the discretion of your new health fund.

iSelect compares policies from our partners whose logos appear above. Due to commercial arrangements, not all policies available from our partners are compared by iSelect and not all policies compared by iSelect will be available at all times.