Life insurance online payment

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The online premium payment option enables you to pay your premiums at your convenience, any time and from anywhere. This helps you pay your premiums on time and ensures that you continue to receive the benefits from your policy.

Life insurance companies offer online premium payment options that make the process of paying premiums simple, hassle-free, and quick.

What is 'Renewal Premium Payment'?

'Renewal Premium Payment' is the amount you need to pay regularly to keep your policy in force and to continue availing of the benefits offered under your policy

  • If you make your payments after 3:00 pm, you will receive the Tax/Premium Paid Certificate on the next day
  • The company provides premium receipts one day after the premium due date(subject to realisation). The premium payment receipt can be used as an investment proof to avail tax benefits
  • Remember, if you do not pay the premiums within the grace period, the life insurance policy lapses, and the benefits under the policy stop



What are the different payment methods to pay premiums?

Below are some payment modes for the online payment of your life insurance policy:

  • Net banking: You can pay your premiums online through your bank’s net banking platform
  • Infinity: Infinity is an online banking service for ICICI Bank account holders only. You can link your life insurance plans to your ICICI Bank account and make a seamless online premium payment
  • Bill Desk: You can register on and make all your premium payments through Bill Desk
  • BillPay: BillPay allows you to use your bank’s net banking or mobile banking app to make online payments for your life insurance plans
  • Bharat Bill Payment Service (BBPS): The BBPS platform is another way to make online premium payments. ICICI Prudential Life is the first life insurer to offer this option for online payment of life insurance premiums
  • NEFT/RTGS: Using your net banking account, you can pay via NEFT/RTGS
  • Unified Payments Interface (UPI):UPI payments can be completed by using your UPI ID. You can set up your UPI with your bank and pay your premiums through it
  • Debit cards: Debit cards from any bank can be used to complete the online premium payment for your life insurance policy
  • Credit cards: Similar to a debit card, you can also use your credit card to make the premium payment for your life insurance policy
  • E-Wallets like Mobikwik, Jio Money and Airtel Money: All of these e-wallets can be used to pay your premiums. You can download the wallet of your choice, link it to your bank account, and make your life insurance premium payment
  • Bharat QR: Bharat QR allows you to make the payment through a QR code

What happens if I miss paying a premium?

Missing a premium payment can lead to a lapse of your life insurance policy. Most life insurance plans have a grace period of 30 days that starts after you miss your premium payment date. This is a bonus period to make the payment. If you are able to pay the premium during this time, your policy will continue to remain active without any extra charges.

Can I use more than one credit card to pay my outstanding balance?

Yes, you can use more than one credit card to clear your outstanding balance.

What are the benefits of online premium payment?

Below are some key benefits of paying premiums online:

  • It is convenient
    You can pay your premium online any time of the day and even during non-working days. It also enables you to make the payment from anywhere. Moreover, online premium payments can be made without any service charge or additional costs.
  • Saves time
    It takes only a few seconds to pay your premium online. So, you can save time and focus on your other commitments.
  • Automatic premium payment
    You can opt for automatic premium payments from your bank account. This will ensure that you do not miss the premium payment due date and that your policy continues to remain active. You can choose options such as UPI, credit card, debit card, net banking, and more to enable automatic premium payment.

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