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People On Original Medicare Could Qualify for A Medicare Advantage Plan With Possible Additional Benefits. (Check If You're Eligible)

Seniors

By Rita Hathaway | Apr 3rd, 2023

Are you new to Original Medicare, or recently turned 65? Did you recently move or lose your previous health insurance coverage?

Millions of Americans on Original Medicare may be eligible for a Medicare Advantage plan that may include additional benefits.

People may be shocked that a Medicare Advantage plan may include additional benefits.
To be eligible, you need to meet the following requirements:
This phone hotline is helping people on Original Medicare to see if they qualify for a Medicare Advantage Plan. It's completely free with no obligation to check if you are eligible, so it's definitely worth your time. Simply call the number below and speak to a licensed insurance agent to find out what plans and benefits are available in your area.
Follow These 2 Simple Steps To See If You Are Eligible?
Step 1: Call 607-362-0047 TTY:711
Step 2: Just answer a few questions to see if you are eligible for a Medicare Advantage Plan
Call FREE to Speak with a Licensed Insurance Agent - No Obligation to Enroll!

Available Mon-Fri 9am-6pm ET

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