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I'm not sure if this is the right board for this, but I can't find any other. If there's a better place for this post please direct me there.

We currently have a major medical health insurance policy with UniCare. The quarterly payments have risen from $1566 in February '06 to today's bill for $2958. That's $986 per month for the two of us.

I recall the upper limit of coverage as a million dollars with no coverage until the bill is over $1000. I chose that because I thought we'd get a deal for not nickel and dimeing the insurance company for every doctor visit. Evidently I was wrong.

We are both non-drinking nonsmokers 64 years old and looking for less expensive insurance coverage.

At the present rate of rate increases we will not be able to afford this insurance in coming years when we will need it most.

Someone told me AARP offers insurance. Is this true, is it any good?

Does anyone know of any similar to what we have now?

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