On Thursday, Anthem announced it would offer more coverage options for Anthem users, as well as provide new information on how to get coverage under the company’s new plans.
In a statement, Anthem said it would provide more information on the new policies, including a breakdown of what is covered under each plan.
It said it was also expanding its accident coverage, including by offering additional discounts on products like its collision coverage.
For example, customers who sign up for the plan that includes collision coverage at no cost will pay $30 a month for a limited-time collision coverage package.
They can also get an additional $20 per month for collision coverage after their first year.
This will help provide additional coverage to our customers who need it most, and to our employees who are also working with us, Anthem CEO and President and CEO of the Board of Directors John Gamble said in a statement.
While the new plans are being rolled out across the country, Anthem is also offering the new coverage on an individual basis for a price.
For example, Anthem will offer the same coverage for $35 per month, which is a flat rate that is also subject to change.
The changes will take effect in early 2019.
The Anthem statement says this coverage will help keep the company in the top tier of insurance companies and help keep it competitive with the rest of the industry.
The company said that the new rates will allow Anthem to continue to offer consumers the benefits of Anthem’s award-winning customer-centric insurance.