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  • #16
    That 4.5 sounds about right I use just Prudential only, no BPJS. The Prudential is only for in-hospital treatment, does not cover urgent care, blood test, etc. Which is fine for me since I don't get sick every month (anymore anyway).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by harvester View Post
      ... From what I've read, it's now required for expats with a KITAS to get BPJS...

      Not exactly . The rule requires "foreigners working here (for more than 6 months , if I am not mistaken)" to have BPJS , does not say "foreigners with KITAS/KITAP" .

      I guess you know the difference , but for people who don't know :
      - A foreigner working here is supposed to have a KITAS/KITAP ,
      - But not all KITAS/KITAP holders are working here .

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      • #18
        bpjs is now quite difficult to get if your not on a work kitas , prudential is mainly an investment policy with some health benefit , I would suggest allianz is a better priced health only policy.

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