Insurance companies in Thailand

Hi everyone I had some answers regarding different health insurance company in Thailand

But there is one for which I wonder if anyone here has subscribed or have any good or not information for the following  SBC Company located in Kho Samui.

Thanks


    Hi everyone I had some answers regarding different health insurance company in Thailand
But there is one for which I wonder if anyone here has subscribed or have any good or not information for the following  SBC Company located in Kho Samui.
Thanks
   

    -@North24

It's SBC Insurance,nothing else. It's not located on Koh Samui, they just have an office there. It's actually a European insurance company. Why don't you google it if you're interested,they also have a Facebook-page? In my opinion it's way to expensive and I would rather suggest Pacific Cross which is located in BKK. I don't know how old you are, though.

Have you looked into AIA insurance? On that subject, does anyone on here have any experience with AIA? I've heard good things, but would like this group's opinion. Thank you in advance.


    Have you looked into AIA insurance? On that subject, does anyone on here have any experience with AIA? I've heard good things, but would like this group's opinion. Thank you in advance.
   

    -@michaelfreeman1957

Asking about insurance companies in Thailand is a bit like asking about the best football team in Premier League. You will get 10 different answers.


Check out this link: https://misterprakan.com/blog/article?b … &lg=en

Yes, I'm aware, but I didn't ask who is the best, only if anyone has any experience with AIA. And, AIA isn't in the Mr Prakan choices. Thank you for your response.


    Yes, I'm aware, but I didn't ask who is the best, only if anyone has any experience with AIA. And, AIA isn't in the Mr Prakan choices. Thank you for your response.        -@michaelfreeman1957

AIA is no 8 in Mr Prakan choices if I'm not mistaken. When I signed up with Pacific Cross several years ago, I found Cigna,BUPA,AXA and AIA to be to expensive with to few alternatives when it came to plans/policies.

Thank you for that. The last time I checked mrprakan, a few weeks ago, I didn't see AIA, maybe because I stopped scrolling once I exceeded my budget. Any input is appreciated.


    Thank you for that. The last time I checked mrprakan, a few weeks ago, I didn't see AIA, maybe because I stopped scrolling once I exceeded my budget. Any input is appreciated.
   

    -@michaelfreeman1957

There are other lists from Mr Prakan, this one just shows what Mr Prakan thinks is Top 10. The difference between plans/policies when it comes to prices are huge. A piece of advice, never ever convert Baht to another currency like USD when it comes to coverage. That's maybe the biggest mistake you can do. When living in Thailand long term,you must be able to think in Baht. There are loads of US citizens complaining about a $100.000 coverage. It's totally irrelevant how much it's worth  in a US hospital. 3.5 million Baht on the other hand is a small fortune in Thailand and it's a ridiculously high coverage which means the premium is just a waste of money.

Yes, I'm somewhat aware of this from my limited first hand experience as well as from this forum and others. Thanks again!

@Leeds forever! Thanks I went through Google already ..I just wanted to know if anyone had experience or more info. But I got the answer.Have a good day