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    Thanks for that, that's correct,

    Bupa told me that as long as I upgrade from a Single to Single Parent or Family policy within 60 days of child's birth - no waiting periods to be served for the baby and same level of cover as adult policy holder.

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    I would get that in writing ...

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    Good luck with it, if you're partnered you're not really a single parent so Bupa could play hardball but it's your policy

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    I was told the same thing by a BUPA representative.

    She advised me to stay on a single policy and have mine include pregnancy but leave DH on the basic cover.
    Then to upgrade to a family one within 60 days after the birth.

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    Yes

    thats what we have done - as hubby does not need top hospital cover at this stage.



    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I was told the same thing by a BUPA representative.

    She advised me to stay on a single policy and have mine include pregnancy but leave DH on the basic cover.
    Then to upgrade to a family one within 60 days after the birth.


 

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