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AXA, HKBN team up for comprehensive home protection plan

It bundles home insurance with fibre broadband service, network security and a smart home kit.

AXA and Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) have partnered to launch a comprehensive home protection solution combo for customers, an announcement read.

The All-in-one Home Kit bundles home insurance with fibre broadband service, network security and a smart home kit.

HKBN's network security solution provides enterprise-level security, parental controls, and online personal identity protection whilst its smart home solutions allow customers to easily add additional motion sensors, smart door cameras and other IoT devices. 

The complimentary home insurance offers households of eligible customers up to HK$500,000 annual coverage of their home contents and up to HK$10m annual third-party liability coverage. 

Customers who sign up or renew designated home broadband services can enjoy up to 24-month complimentary home insurance.

Photo courtesy of AXA and HKBN.

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