|By Business Wire||
|June 26, 2014 07:30 AM EDT||
Legions of GEICO customers and mobile fans will have easier access than ever before to their current insurance-related needs with the launch of the all new GEICO Mobile. The new app offers a stunning, digital experience, tailored specifically to mobile customers.
Customers can update their address, add or remove drivers and vehicles, and change insurance coverage. The all new GEICO Mobile app also has enhanced claims features such as repair tracking and real-time roadside help. The sleek digital experience provides customers with tailored, at-a-glance information based on their current needs and a bevy of new self-service functions previously only available via the desktop.
“Our customers are always on the move, so it’s important that they are able to have a unique digital experience from their mobile device,” said Pete Meoli, GEICO director of mobile and digital experience. “Whether it’s an upcoming bill, filing a claim or a new set of ID cards, GEICO Mobile puts the most important information at your fingertips and easy to find.”
Click on the video link to view some of the unique features of GEICO Mobile. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKx9Bqlrkc0&feature=youtu.be
The all new GEICO Mobile is available on iTunes for the iPhone and iPad; the Android Play Store for Android Smartphones and Tablets and coming soon to the Amazon Appstore in support of the Kindle Fire. For more information, please visit www.geico.com/about/mobile-apps/.
“Anything you can do from your desktop will be available from your tablet or smartphone with the all new GEICO Mobile,” said Meoli. “The new app offers a more personalized user experience and is designed to make interactions with GEICO much more pleasant and easier.”
The all new GEICO Mobile was created in response to feedback from GEICO’s mobile customers.
GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company) is a member of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies and is the second-largest private passenger auto insurance company in the United States. GEICO, which was founded in 1936, provides millions of auto insurance quotes to U.S. drivers annually. The company is pleased to serve more than 12 million private passenger customers and insures more than 20 million vehicles (auto & cycle).
GEICO’s online service center helps policyholders take care of policy sales, policy changes and claims reporting, and print insurance ID cards. Policyholders can also connect to GEICO through the GEICO App, reach a representative over the phone or visit a GEICO local agent.
GEICO also provides insurance quotes on motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), travel trailers and motorhomes (RVs). Coverage for boats, life, homes and apartments is written by non-affiliated insurance companies and is secured through the GEICO Insurance Agency, Inc. Commercial auto insurance and personal umbrella protection are also available.
For more information, go to www.geico.com.
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