Disability Provider III

We understand you want added coverage against disability.

Adding Disability Provider III to your main plan means you have financially prepared yourself for the unforeseeable event of disability. Although you won't be able to work, Disability Provider III will provide regular annual income so you can still support your family and better concentrate on rehabilitation and recovery.


  • Provides financial protection against disability during the policy term
  • Gives a regular annual income from the first anniversary of total and permanent disability and every anniversary thereafter, up to 65 years of age


^ Terms and conditions apply

How it works

For as little as $0.30 a day ($8.30 per month)*, you will be covered for Disability Provider III that gives an annual income of $10,000 when disability strikes.


* Based on annual premium for a male non-smoker aged 30 (next birthday) buying a 35-year term Disability Provider III.

Who can apply

  • For those seeking added financial protection against disability.
  • An Accident & Health product available for Cash funds with Regular Premium payment
  • Available for those between 16 and 59 years of age
  • Available as a supplementary benefit to a main plan

Buying health insurance products that are not suitable for you may impact your ability to finance your future healthcare needs. You are recommended to seek advice from a qualified Prudential Financial Consultant for a financial analysis before purchasing a policy suitable to meet your needs.

The information on this website is for reference only and is not a contract of insurance. Please refer to the exact terms and conditions, specific details and exclusions applicable to these insurance products in the policy documents that can be obtained from your Prudential Financial Consultant.

The information contained on this website is intended to be valid in Singapore only and shall not be construed as an offer to sell or solicitation to buy or provision of any insurance product outside Singapore.

Information is correct as at 27 May 2016.