Future Secure Plan

Receive financial support in case of unforeseen events.

Future Secure is an accident insurance plan that provides a mix of lump sum and monthly payouts in case of accidental loss of life, dismemberment or permanent total disability.

The plan also allows the flexibility of having joint coverage with the spouse.

Eligibility

  • Eligibility: Individuals holding a residence visa in Qatar
  • Age: between 18 to 64 years

Benefits and Features

  • Up to QR550,000 in case of accidental loss of life, dismemberment or permanent total disability
  • Up to QR5500 per month for 20 years in case of accidental loss of life, dismemberment or permanent total disability
  • Joint-cover option with spouse

5 Packages for worldwide* coverage

 

(Disclaimer: This product is marketed and distributed by QNB (Bancassurance) on behalf of American Life Insurance Company (MetLife)without any liability on QNB)

Select your package (in QR)

Benefits

Gold

Pearl

Platinum

Diamond

Titanium

Lump sum

150,000

250,000

350,000

400,000

550,000

Monthly benefit for 20 years

1,500

2,500

3,500

4,000

5,500

Note: Benefits are paid in case of accidental loss of life, dismemberment or permanent total disability. 

Preimium for single cover (QR)

 

Gold

Pearl

Platinum

Diamond

Titanium

Monthly

57

95

133

152

209

Annually

626

1,043

1,460

1,668

2,294

Premium for joint cover with spouse (QR)

 

Gold

Pearl

Platinum

Diamond

Titanium

Monthly

108

180

252

288

397

Annually

1,189

1,982

2,774

3,169

4,358

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Apply?

You can apply via an email with your personal details (nationality, employer, phone number, email), visit any of our branches, or contact our Customer Care Center on 4440 7777. 
     

What are the product details?

To be eligible, you need to hold a residence visa in Qatar and be between 18 and 64 years old. The policy expiration tenure is at the age of 70. The plan is automatically renewed every month or year in Qatari Riyal by debit or credit card, based on the payment method.

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