Pluto is travel insurance aimed at millennials

Mar 13, 2019 · techcrunch.com

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Pitched as "travel insurance for people who don’t like insurance," U.K.-based Pluto Insurance is officially launching today with an online travel insurance product targeting millennials.

Citing research that says 40 percent of millennials don’t actually buy travel insurance, mistakenly believing that it isn’t required, the mobile-first offering not only attempts to demystify travel insurance, but is also unbundling it in a way that ensures you only pay for the cover you need or desire.

"We’ve spoken to hundreds of millennials and three things keep coming up," says Pluto co-founder and CEO Alex Rainey. "Travel insurance is too complicated and it’s hard to know what you’re actually buying. Secondly, a lot of younger people don’t think they need it. But most importantly, there is a distinct lack of trust towards insurers, and it’s easy to see why. With exclusions buried in the fine print and insurers expecting people to print out a claim form and post it in."

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