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Aviva Drive app free dashcam facility - on Google Play/IOS
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Posted 10th Aug 2018Posted 10th Aug 2018
Aviva Drive app free dashcam facility - on Google Play/IOSAviva (Norwich Union Insurance) Deals
The Aviva drive app now comes with a free dashcam facility. Some insurers (e.g. LV) ask when you take out cover if you have a dashcam and this reduces the price. Don't forget y… Read more
Psxgul

Its better to get a dedicated dash cam rather than overheat your phone.

deleted443772

"Some insurers (e.g. LV) ask when you take out cover if you have a dashcam and this reduces the price." I answer no to this, even though I have one. If you have an incident and your dash-cam just happens to have been damaged, stolen or just randomly didn't record (for example due to an SD card failure, or a blown fuse therefore no power) then what will happen? In the best case you could be asked to pay the discount the dash-cam entitled you to and in the worst case, you could face a claim of insurance fraud.

Simon_Green

Better?

qbs

I suppose you could leave your phone permanently on charge while it's in your car, but with dashcams so cheap, why thrash your phone battery?

deathsoul

So you'll need to charge your phone couple times a day then? No thanks

Wealthify (Aviva) fee free for 12 months - invest as little as £1
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Posted 27th Jun 2018Posted 27th Jun 2018
Wealthify (Aviva) fee free for 12 months - invest as little as £1£1Aviva (Norwich Union Insurance) Deals
Invest through Aviva and for the first year pay no Weathify fees! Cheap and easy way to get into investments if you are interested to try. Money is at risk etc but start with £1 … Read more
landros1

I did the same . I opted for the highest risk investments which proved not to be so so poor performance.

MrMoneySaver

I signed up when MSE had a £40 cashback for £400 investment. Currently up to £402.46 and expecting the £40 in August. May be worth waiting until another deal like that comes along just to add a bit of a safety net :)

pauldh4

Signed up a couple of weeks ago - nice iOS app but they don't show individual funds unit purchase price, nor the amount of each fund - all you get is a graph, a list of funds but no idea which, if any are making a profit or loss. I'm less than impressed with customer support as they say there is no assurance that this information will be made available, so how can anyone tell which funds to invest in or drop. Also, you have limited choice - Wealthify don't let you select funds - you are 100% at their mercy.

baldude

Interesting... Experts, please their in your two pence worth of advise...

Accu-Chek Aviva Test Strips Pack of 10 £4.72 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon exclusively for Prime members
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Posted 11th Mar 2018Posted 11th Mar 2018
Accu-Chek Aviva Test Strips Pack of 10 £4.72 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon exclusively for Prime members£4.72Amazon Deals
Keith9534

I have an exemption certificate, but purchase medication not connected with diabetes via a pre-pay arrangement. For information: I`m type 2 and on insulin ( there is a question that I was probably type1 as a child that was never picked up )

SixtyFive

Exemption certificates for prescriptions are available for those people who take insulin or medication to control their diabetes. This type of certificate lasts for a 5 year period, and people with diabetes can apply using a form from their doctor or from the Post Office. However, people that use diet to control their diabetes and do not need medication will not be granted a Medical Exemption Certificate unless they meet other criteria. https://www.diabetes.co.uk/diabetes-prescriptions.html

pill

This is recent change in policy forced by austerity. What you said was the gold standard in care, but is no longer the case. I'm guessing that your GPs are happy to continue you care as it has been in the past or have your case has been overlooked.

davidg_croydon

Yes, on medication(metformin), yes, she drives.. it’s down to each CCG.. see diabetes UK

daver

No,I've been type 2 for 20 years and have always got my test strips (and all medication) via prescription with a medical exemption card. the cards are available for all type 2's who take medication.

unlimites mins texts 20gb 4g data and £70 itunes or amazon voucher - £21 pm (Term = £252) @ Uswitch - BT Sport app free of charge, with live Premier League games and Aviva Premiership coverage.
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Posted 6th May 2017Posted 6th May 2017
unlimites mins texts 20gb 4g data and £70 itunes or amazon voucher - £21 pm (Term = £252) @ Uswitch - BT Sport app free of charge, with live Premier League games and Aviva Premiership coverage.£252Uswitch Deals
On BT (EE) network Multi SIM BT Mobile Multi SIM 12 month contract - 4G Continue £70 iTunes or Amazon Gift Card See how to claim your voucher Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts … Read more
adriandocherty

What's the roaming on this? Same as EE?

machomansavage

​couldnt be bothered looking either lazy! all u had to was click link and it would tell u

Steveyorkie

Would have been less effort to just type BT. Sad

Steveyorkie

BT

mrBrian

click the link?

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Free Aviva Drive App - See how safe a driver you are. (Or your other half - he needn't know!)
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Posted 18th Dec 2016Posted 18th Dec 2016
Free Aviva Drive App - See how safe a driver you are. (Or your other half - he needn't know!)Google Play Deals
Found this free app on Google Play. Download it onto your mobile and after driving 200 miles it will give you a score out of 10 to mark how safe a driver you are. to make it more f… Read more
Newbold

You really think that's necessary for you to be identified? :D

macamask

Do you have to enter your details?? No you don't!

markweatherill

If visiting a theme park, be sure to run this app whilst riding the rollercoasters and see what score you get!

briankins

You might as well not be on the internet at all, every website you been on has your details by your logic.

deleted476778

Download = ip address etc so anonymous? don't kid yourselves

Two exclusive cases of wine for better than half price £84.98 - Aviva Naked Wines offer
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Posted 8th Oct 2015Posted 8th Oct 2015
Two exclusive cases of wine for better than half price £84.98 - Aviva Naked Wines offer£84.98Aviva (Norwich Union Insurance) Deals
I found this in my Aviva Advantages as a pensions customer. The best thing as an existing Naked Wines customer is that you can also use these Aviva codes £49.99 for 12 bottles an… Read more
rolstherat

Its also very specific, only for Aviva pensions customers?? I used to buy lots form Naked Wines, but not any more, I found them very overpriced, but deals like this are good value, if you value all the wine in them

stemcgoo

Well I suppose you could look at it like that, or experiment and widen your horizons with something new, something supporting small independent winemakers, not Supermarket shareholders and all backed by Naked 100% satisfaction guarantee- money back if you don't enjoy. I don't want to lecture people so sorry about the high horse but I did used to buy all my wine from the supermarkets, however when I took Naked up on a discount offer I haven't looked back since.

brooky_agn

Personally for me the selections are too wide. 1/2 this wine I wouldn't want to drink. You get what you pay for and I doubt any of this wine is any better than similar individual priced bottles in the supermarket. I'd rather choose £6 bottles I know I like for Asda like the Marlborough Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs and Malbecs. :)

Sasamac11

Sorry! I agree they are good deals and, from experience, the wines are top quality......but I can't see the codes. I also think 'naked' induces the same kind of cold votes on here as when someone mentions 'Apple' - they vote cold because of the brand, regardless of the deal!! Heat added

deleted799359

any one got a polucy number