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InsureMyTrip Redesigns Travel Insurance Comparison Website With Enhanced Features

WARWICK, R.I., Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- InsureMyTrip (www.insuremytrip.com) today announced the launch of their new and improved travel insurance comparison website, designed to simplify the way consumers purchase travel insurance. The redesigned InsureMyTrip website makes it easier than ever to view and compare insurance plans. InsureMyTrip offers one of the largest selections of travel insurance companies in the industry, with 27 top travel insurance providers to choose from. 

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"We spent months researching consumer buying habits and redesigned our site to provide travelers with a better online experience. The result is a responsive design with streamlined navigation and more educational content. Now travelers looking for the right insurance plan can view, compare and choose a plan with renewed confidence from either a desktop or mobile device," said Jim Grace, CEO of InsureMyTrip.

InsureMyTrip.com includes the following site enhancements:

  • Improved Navigation: The redesigned site provides an overall improved layout and simpler home page.
  • Optimal Viewing Experience: A responsive design makes it easy to read and navigate on desktop and mobile devices.
  • Faster Response: Newly designed quoting application gives users faster access to the best insurance quotes.
  • Save Your Quote: Travel insurance quotes can be effortlessly saved to a user account, sent-to-phone, emailed and shared via favorite social networks (including Facebook and Twitter).
  • Media Center: Travelers have instant access to the travel insurance knowledge database, with more than 70 articles about comparing, buying and using travel insurance.
  • Reviews: Customers can rely on the industry's largest customer ratings and reviews forum for feedback on insurance plans.
  • Live Chat: During regular business hours customers can chat live with a licensed insurance agent.
  • Search: An accelerated search engine enables customers to search for plan and travel insurance information faster.
  • Product Pages: New provider and product pages allow more ways to research travel insurance providers and offered plans.
  • Improved Website Assistance: Better help content throughout the website makes it even easier for customers to find the right plan.

The new InsureMyTrip.com site has been available to consumers through a beta launch for the past month, receiving overwhelming positive feedback. The site will continue its evolution introducing new content and visual enhancements with cross-platform integration into its desktop, mobile and other online offerings.

About InsureMyTrip:

InsureMyTrip is the leading online travel insurance comparison site featuring top products from the most trusted providers in the industry. A trusted resource that serves millions of customers worldwide, our licensed insurance agents help travelers find the right insurance plan. InsureMyTrip provides the travel insurance industry's largest customer ratings and reviews forum and a unique customer advocacy program that provides one-on-one assistance to travelers before, during, and after their trip. Established in 2000, InsureMyTrip is a division of IMT Services Corporation and headquartered in Warwick, R.I., with additional offices and data centers in Connecticut and Oregon. For more information visit www.InsureMyTrip.com.

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