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Get the best deal by making the right comparisons

There is a right way and a wrong way to make comparisons, as’s funny #ComparisonDonts campaign illustrates.

By - January 27, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
Apples and oranges

There is a right way and a wrong way to make comparisons, as’s funny #ComparisonDonts campaign illustrates.

The campaign aims to encourage more South Africans to shop around for various products from a range of SA insurance and financial providers before they purchase.

To find the right Medical Aid scheme for your needs, for example, you need to compare a number of South African Medical Aid options that would be most suited to your individual needs.

On, you simply complete a quick online form and then click “Get results” to see illustrative Medical Aid quotes side by side.

You can also instantly source up to 17 quotes from a range of Car Insurance providers, as the following video illustrates.

“With our new TV campaign continues to educate South Africans about the benefits of comparing at least three quotes before they buy or switch personal finance providers,” says Derek Wilson, Head of

Watch more #ComparisonDonts videos on Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.

This article was published in partnership with Hippo.

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