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Telesure Investment Holdings partners with Waterfall city’s super app to launch exclusive insurance

Robyn Farrell, CEO of TIH

By: TIH/Waterfall Estate

Telesure Investment Holdings (TIH), who owns and operates insurance brands including Auto & General Insurance, 1st for Women Insurance, Dialdirect Insurance and Budget Insurance, have partnered with Go Waterfall to launch personalised insurance solutions for the residents of Waterfall City.

The exclusive offering is available through the Go Waterfall app and uses TIH’s needs-based insurer matching methodology to find an insurance product best suited to the resident’s individual lifestyle and budget.  

According to Trudy Deuchar Managing Director of Go Waterfall:  “Partnering with TIH was an easy choice as their diverse portfolio of insurance brands has already brought peace of mind to people across South Africa.  We are sure that the residents of all the estates in and around Waterfall City will no doubt value the variety of choices and simplicity that this partnership offers them. Go Waterfall users will be able to assess quotes and value added benefits from five different insurers from the app with a single interaction. The partnership between Go Waterfall and TIH gives the residents of the City an easy and informative way to make decisions about their insurance needs.”

Robyn Farrell, CEO of TIH Short-Term Insurance says:  “We offer a range of insurance solutions for cars, homes, businesses and life.  While the insurance products and premiums differ, they all offer home contents and building evaluations, at-home vehicle inspections and damage assessments, and roadside and home assistance 24/7/365.”




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